Cameroon – Spaghetti With Red Oil

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Spaghetti with red oil has the taste of chicken fowler that has been roasted. This is the local way that spaghetti with red oil is being prepared. Spaghetti with red oil is cooked in the Center region of Cameroon notably in the Mvog-Mbi neighborhood.

Cameroon – Kokono Soup With Plantains

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Kokono soup with plantains has a special entity in that it talks about the history of the Kokono people which is a village. The cooking of this meal is like a form of initiation the new born adults in the culture of the Kokono. Kokono soup with plantains tradition comes from the Akonolinga inhabitants in Cameroon.

Cameroon – Ajere Meat

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The name Ajere meat comes from the Widikum dialect which means in English language the pink meat. This is due to the ingredients that is being used that gives the meat, the pink color. Ajere meat comes from the locality of Widikum, under the subdivision of Manchum in the North west side of Cameroon.

Cameroon – Black Beans and Dodo

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Bean is a common seed crop which is cultivated almost in all regions of Cameroon. Beans are cultivated in both the raining season as well as the dry season in Cameroon thus there is an abundant of beans in the country. Black beans and dodo is a delicious meal loved by many and eaten at anytime as it can be taken as breakfast.

Cameroon – Kwakwalang

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Kwakwalang is a typical bakossi and mbacham delicacy though not a most say main traditional dish. Kwakwalang is a soup made from fresh soft cocoyam leaves mostly red Igbo coco or red macabo coco leaves. Kwakwalang is also known as black soup when a small amount of chobbi powder is added to it.

Cameroon – Ndole and Ripe Plantains

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Ndole and ripe plantains is a special delicacy prepared and eaten by almost all the inhabitants of Cameroon. Ndole is a very nutritive meal as it contains almost all the classes of food.

Cameroon – Bahana Burnt Plum With Boiled Native Cocoyams

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Bahana burnt plum is a local cuisine known for the fact that it is being eaten at the sunset when the whole family is being gathered around a burning fire telling themselves stories of different kind from epic stories to comic stories with the whole family laughing cheerfully enjoying themselves. Bahana burnt plum with boiled native cocoyams is a tradition coming from the Bahana, a village locality found in the Western part of Cameroon.

Cameroon – Okok and Yellow Garri

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Okok is a mixture of eru leaves and water leaves. This is a staple eaten all over the Cameroon’s national territory. It is referred to as eru in the south west region, North West region and west region while those from the littoral, center region and the east region call it okok.

Cameroon, Western region – Bami Turning Plantains

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Bami turning plantains is symbolic plate of food that is often prepared during special moments like birthdays, knock doors and born house. Born house is a moment when the parents of the newborn organize a feast to announce publicly the birth of their child, so they invite people for the reception.

Cameroon – River Prawn Cuisine

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In Cameroon around the seashore, there are many women and men there, ready to serve you with this delicious sea delicacy. This cuisine unlick any other sea food is so delicious and is eating by so many people who visit. This is common with countries that have the ocean or sea. But some don’t do this by the sea or ocean. Rather, they take it to town restaurants to prepare it.