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Cameroon – Irish Potatoes Hot Pot

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Irish potatoes hot pot is a delicious hot dish as the name says. Here in Cameroon, irish potatoes is common in the north west region that is from Banso , Santa, Ndop etc. The dish can be seen on tables in big occasions like wedding ceremony, baptism, to name a few.

Cameroon – Mafechoutee

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Mafechoutee is a delicious meal gotten from pounding black or red kidney beans and Irish potatoes. This meal originated from the people of the west region of Cameroon mostly the bamilike and the bafoussam people who consider it as one of their favorite dishes.

Cameroon – Sauce Pistache With Pork

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Sauce pistache is a meal cooked during hot ceremonies like traditional mariages in the French part of Cameroon. Among the sauces being cooked or prepared, this one is the most important one on the long list of meals being prepared. Sauce pistache is being cooked by the Nyalla people in the center region of Cameroon.

Cameroon – Mpouh Fish Sauce

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Mpouh fish is a creamy white flavouredful sauce with the main ingredient being fish and njansang. Mpouh fish originated from the people of lebialem in the south west region of Cameroon. One funny aspect about this dish is that mpouh is plantain flour and it is eaten with plantain hummmmm what a wonderful dish.

Cameroon – White Rice and Groundnut Soup

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White rice and groundnut soup is consider in Cameroon as a poor man’s dish, this consideration is mostly heard in big towns in Cameroon such as Yaoundé, Douala, Llimbe and Buea. Putting aside this attribution, rice and groundnut soup is a delicious meal and very nutritious since it contains all the classes of nutrients. It is widely prepared all over Cameroon’s national territory especially in the east, north, far north and extreme north.

Cameroon – Groundnut Leaves Soup With Plantains

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Groundnut leaves soup is a soup which is a combination of both modern times and ancient times so as to maintain the soup leaves. Groundnut leaves soup with plantains is a local cuisine coming from the zone area of Lebialem, a division in the South West part of Cameroon.

Cameroon – Njacatu (Garden Egg) Stew

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Garden Egg or Njacatu as it is commonly called by the English speaking people of Cameroon is a fruit vegetable. It is a common meal prepared by the people of the kom, metah, nkambe, ndu and wum clan.

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 – Naangtarre

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Naangtarre is meal gotten from cocoyam and palm oil. Naangtarre as most people call it is a delicacy to the people of the North West region of Cameroon precisely the inhabitants of the metah and mankon clan.