Morocco, Algeria – Pastilla ( Moroccon Chicken Pie)

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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.

Cameroon – Bouillon de pomme de terre

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Bouillon e pomme de terre is a special meal being eaten for specific gatherings and reasons. It cannot be eaten anyhow or at any moment. It is eaten during jovial moments as well assad moments. This is the case during sport activities.