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Cameroon – Yam Tubers With Green Vegetable Leaves
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.
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Algerian / Turkish – Baklava
Baklava is one of the most popular desserts ever made in this world. It is basically pastry which is made by adding nuts, pistachios over the filo sheets which is then baked in the oven. This dessert goes way back to the times of the Ottoman Empire. There is a dish in the Turkish cuisine which resembles quite a lot with the Baklava and some say that it is the origin of Baklava. There are many countries which have their own versions of Baklava.
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Morocco, Algeria – Pastilla ( Moroccon Chicken Pie)
Pastilla is very famous because it is a celebratory dish in Morocco and Algeria. It is served during weddings and also at family gatherings. The name of this pie comes from the spanish word "pastilla" which means "pastry" in Spanish. After a while the letter P was changed to B meaning that the name changed from Pastilla to Bastilla. Bastilla has the Arabic origin meaning this dish now also associates as an Arabic cuisine. This dish has many different variations.
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Cameroon – Roasted Beef and Cassava/Baton
Food is life and we eat to live as stipulated by some school of thoughts. Roasted beef and cassava or baton is eye catching and mouthwatering, the sight of this meal will make you ask for more. This dish is loved by many and of course because it is delicious it is termed a high profile meal in restaurants and food for the rich when prepared in homes.
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Cameroon – MARAQ or Pepper Soup Meat Sauce
Do you have patient who doesn’t have appetite to eat and you are wondering what to give him or her, you have save the stress for today? As you read through this article your patient will be able to eat something and that will make him or her healthy, energized and strong.
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Zimbabwe – Dovi. Peanut Butter Rice
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.
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Burkina Faso – Sauce Gombo
Sauce gombo is simply translated as Okra sauce, "gombo" means "Okra". Although the dish is dreamed to have Okras only, it is accompanied with some varieties of seafood including cray fish or crabs and beef as meat.
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Senegal – Thiof
Thiof is the Wolof name used by the Dakar Lébou fisherman. White grouper is what we talk about when spot Thiof, that is either eaten with spices and vegetables mostly in Senegal restaurants. In beaches this meal is taken as grilled only, with some additives.
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Tanzania – Bilinganya Stew
Tracing the origin of Bilinganya in Tanzania, was first introduced in Sukuma lands northern of the coutry. The plant was used as medicine to treat low blood tendency in the body traditionally.
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Tanzania – Rice Porridge
Egypt, Madagascar, Sierra Leone, Senegal, Cte d'Ivoire, Liberia, Guinea and Nigeria are the most known countries to cultivate rice in Africa. Shinyanga, Tabora, Mwanza, Mbeya, Rukwa and Morogoro are the most known areas in Tanzania to cultivate rice, however today we will prepare our local cuisine of rice porridge from Mbeya, Tanzania. Let us roll in.