Cameroon – Chicken sauté With Carrots

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No matter your cultural background, your religion, we must all agree that chicken is the best form of meat especially when it is well prepared. This is the feeling with Chicken sauté with carrots. Chicken sauté with carrots comes from Dem in Cameroon.

Cameroon – Mbanga’a Soup With White Fufu

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Mbanga’a soup with white fufu is a cuisne made of local items. The taste of this soup is the taste of red oil. Mbanga’a soup comes from the locality of Noni in Cameroon.

Cameroon – Grilled Fish and Parte

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Cameroon has a very large body of water, around Limbe we have the sea that goes into the ocean. But fish is mostly harvested from the ocean by huge companies like Congelcam. Most people in my country will rather choose fish over meat because it is cheap and more available and it is also very nutritional. I like grill fish and I hope you do too.

Cameroon – Bitter Leave Soup

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Bitter leave soup is a very nice and delicious soup commonly eating Nigeria and Cameroon. Bitter leave grows both in the dry season and raining season. Just the leaves, when harvested and cooked, it is being drank to reduce sugar level for diabetes patients. It is considered a traditional medicine.

Cameroon – Red Pepper Food With Ripe Plantains

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Red pepper food is a meal prepared after a particular event like the over drinking of alcohol. This practice generally takes place on Sundays at 2:00 PM after a meeting ceremony, better known as njangui. Red pepper food with ripe plantains is a meal from the local cuisine of the Northern part of Cameroon spreading to other regions, notably the Center region and the West region.

Cameroon – Koki Beans

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Koki beans is a deliciuous meal which is gotten from a special specie of beans called black-eyed-peas. This beans is cultivated mostly in some villages in the north west region like in Ndu and Ntui and in the south west region in meme division particularly in Mbonge , ekombe bonji and ekondo titi. Here in Cameroon you will hear names like “mami koki” referring to women who sell koki for a livelihood.

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 – Courri Powder Rice With Green Beans Vegetables

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Courri powder rice is a rice that is mostly and oftenly eaten in Nigeria, a wset African country. In English speaking parts of Cameroon, due to its closeness with Nigeria, many inhabitants have adopted the use of courri powder when preparing their rice.

Cameroon – How to Cook Turning Plantains With Goat Meat Pepper Soup

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Turning plantains and pepper soup is mush appreciate by cameroonians. Many cameroonians love eating turning plantains and pepper soup after their morning sport or evening sports especially on Sundays.

Barondo, Cameroon – Ekwang

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The meal is also one of Cameroon special though it is a local cuisine of the Barondo people. In most restaurants in Cameroon, you will find Ekwang on the menu.