Some dishes from Madagascar include romazava, which consists of beef and pork pieces cooked in oil, herbs and leaves, and foza sy hena-kisoa, which consists of rice, crab and stir-fried pork. Madagascar cuisine has influences from various cultures of people that have settled there, such as Indonesian, Arab and African.
Vary amin'anana is prepared with meat, rice, herbs and leaves, and it is occasionally served with shrimp. In addition, lasopy is a Madagascar soup dish that is made of beef broth or veal and various vegetables like white potatoes, carrots, turnips, tomatoes, string beans and tomatoes. Lasopy is cooked until thickened and then eaten with fresh bread or crackers.