Tag Archive for: African Cuisine

Cameroon – Black Sauce With Plantains and White Sauce

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Black sauce with plantains and white sauce is a meal of two extremes, white and black. The black sauce represents the black soil on which the inhabitants plant in order to have what to eat and the white sauce represents the white products they get after a hard and difficult time of planting. Black sauce with plantains and white sauce is prepared in the West region of Cameroon.

Cameroon – Mbagogo Fish

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In the case of this fish, the Mbagogo fish that is being breed up locally is very good for the human body. The specificity of this fish is that it is very sweat in the mouth as it has the taste of soft meat due to the thickness of its layers. The Mbagogo fish comes from the Mbungo town in Cameroon.

Cameroon – White Beans and Ripe Plantains

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White beans is considered here as a rich man’s meal since it is prepared mostly with meat, fish, canda, crayfish which is somehow costly. White beans is a delicate meal but once the measures are taken and the boiling is successful, the chef will be so happy because it’s such a delicious and nutritive meal.

Tanzania – Wali and Bamia Mix

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Tanzania is a lovely country with a lot of tastes to give, among them are cuisines. Wali and Bamia mix is mostly prepared by Haya, Nyamwezi and Sukuma people settling in the north and central Tanzania. Wali means rice and Bamia means Okras in Swahili, sometimes the terms are applicable even in mother tongues languages.

Cameroon – Plain Okra Soup and Garri

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Okra soup is a slimming soup which is very delicious and easy to prepare and it’s loved by many people. Here in Cameroon there are restaurants specialized just in cooking okra soup with either garri, water fufu or fufu corn. Okra soup is very delicious and nutritive and it’s good for convalescence and pregnant women.

Ghana – Okra Stew

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Okra is one of Ghana’s national dishes. It is a common dish eating by the Ghanaians. Okra is very common in African countries like Nigeria, Cameroon etc. This dish is a draw soup.

Mozambique – Grilled Butter Prawns

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Mozambique’s prawns are usually roasted with butter mix on top of their backs. This prawn's meal have save a thousands in the country as they are easy to get when in Mozambique due to their presence as sea food.

Nigeria – Ofe Akwu

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Palm nut soup also known as Ofe Akwu is a delicious African delicacy made from creamy extract got from pulverized palm nut fruit. In Africa, and Nigeria to be précised, the women must know how to cook.

Madagascar – Coconut Makande Roast

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Madagascar has a lot to give although it is just an Island, here is the amazing coconut Makande mix.

Zambia – Yellow Beans Roast

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In this cusine we will use the yellow one (picture number 4), as they are easy to get and even preparation method it doesn't consume a lot of time.