Cameroon – Kombassa Soup

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Kombassa soup is a soup of raw plantains and chicken. Kombassa here stands for unity. So the use of kombassa in describing this meal has its great significance which means the food that unites. The way the plantains is being cooked is different from the traditional cooking style of plantains. Kombassa soup comes from Kom in the North West region of Cameroon.

Cameroon – Mbangem Suburbs Roasted Fish With Manioc

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Mbangem suburbs roasted fish is a quite a unique meal due to its freshness. The taste of this fish is very fresh, it is not cold like the case of eating fish, but this time, it is very fresh due to the fact that it has just been removed from water.

Zimbabwe – Dovi. Peanut Butter Rice

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Oh yes, Dovi. This is a delicious Zimbabwean meal. This is made from peanut rice and some stew. The traditional name to this Peanut butter Rice is called Dovi.

Chad – La Bouillie

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Chad is located in the north-central of African Continent. La Bouillie is porridge dish, prepared in the country using various cereal like rice or wheat.

Burkina Faso – Pouletbicyclette

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Burkina Faso people consumes chickens and poultry at large, for this reason chicken sellers could tie more than 100 chickens around their neck for delivery. On top of the story, in many parts in Burkina Faso you will find chicken grilled for sell, this is why the cuisine was called Pouletbicyclette.

Kenya – Fish Mseto

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Among the people who prefer natural foods are those living in Kenya, Luo people. Kenya is a country found in eastern Africa bordering lake Victoria in the northern part.

Nigeria – Abacha and Ugba

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This meal am about to write on is also called African salad. From its out look, someone will think it is salad. Abacha is prepared from casava. it is cooked well first, then grated and then sun dried. Abacha is a meal prepared and valued by the Nigerians, mainly by those from the eastern part of Nigeria.

Zimbabwe – Sadza

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Zimbabwe is a country located south west of African continent. It is highly supplied with plantations with maize as their major crop.

Tanzanian – Fatoor (Futari)

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Futari is the famous term used in Tanzania to mean meal taken during Ramadhan period. The food is prepared most with Islamic women (in all parts of the country) and enjoyed by anyone.

Bamilike, Cameroon – Koki Beans

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People and represented by the various cuisine the cook or eat often in Cameroon. Amongst the many traditional dishes, we have in Cameroon, koki is one of them.