Cameroon – Quesi a la BOLO

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Quesi a la BOLO is a local cuisine that is made of prawns and poiro. Prawns in Portuguese means cameroes. Cameroon came from the name Cameroes linking it directly to prawns. Quesi a la BOLO is being cooked in the Littoral region of Cameroon.

Cameroon – Yam Tubers With Green Vegetable Leaves

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Yam tubers with green vegetable leaves is a common meal in Cameroon. It is a common meal in that it tells the story of a people that live by Divine Instructions, tilting the soil. The people that eat this food do not care much about the taste but the wellbeing it offers them after they eat this food. This is story of the people of Nanga-Ebogo in Cameroon.

Cameroon – Brown Pancakes

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Brown pancakes is pancakes eaten in the morning hours of the day. This is the fastest make up of breakfast that is easy to cook and very tasty in the mouth. Brown pancakes has much influence and prevalence in the North West part of Cameroon.

Cameroon – Yambassa Cow Leg With Hot Pepper

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Yambassa cow leg is a family festival that deals in the strengthening of the legs and the feet of the newly born baby in a hard world that demands stability and strength. It is very symbolic and unique to this local village as it is part and parcel of the customs and tradiions of the Yambassa locality. Yambassa locality is a village situated in between the centre region and the west region of Cameroon. It is 500 meter from the main road.

Cameroon – Agege Soup With Boiled Rice

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Agege soup is a local cuisine of tomatoes used that is on the point of rottening, making it to have a sweat taste and at the same time a sour taste. Agege soup with boiled rice is originating from Cameroon, precisely the Littoral part of Cameroon.

Baham, Cameroon – Sauce de Pistache With Ripe Plantains

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Sauce de pistache is a normal meal eaten at Afternoon times or evening depending on each and everyone, but not in the morning. More importantly, it must be eaten when it is hot and not cold.

Nigeria – Nsala Soup

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Have you ever eating Nsala soup? Again, I bring to you the best of dishes around Africa. Imagine African is a very large continent with so many countries. In some of these countries are so many tribes and this tribes have meals you haven’t ever heard of, but if you eat the dish, you may love to leave in Africa.

Cameroon – Scotched Egg

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Scotch egg is a wonderful meal. I don’t know if I should call it a meal or not, but just eating two or sometimes even one of a rich scotch egg, you may get full or satisfied.

Zimbabwe – Maguru Stew (Tripe)

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Zimbabwe with Maguru stew as among the best loved traditional dishes, it is a country surrounded by Mozambique, Botswana, Zambia and South Africa. Shona people as one of the largest tribes found in the country prefer this meal, though if prepared by boiling only. This is to mean, Maguru stew hold it's origin from the traditional ways of eating.

Nigeria – Amala and Ewedu

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Ewedu is a delicious soup mostly associated with the Yoruba people of Nigeria. This is mostly the western side of Nigeria. Ewedu is made from the leaves of a jute plant. This soup is usually garnished with caw skin (canda) and meat, red or dry meat, with pepper source.