Nsaamè refers to Mali's rice dish with meat and vegetables . Nsaamè is usually prepared to celebrate life-cycle rituals, such as, naming ceremonies, weddings) and other ceremonial and festive events. Nsaamè is also known as Riz au Gras.

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