Banana melaxe is a meal gotten from unripe bananas and enough ground groundnut. Banana melaxe is a dish which is very common with Bamlike people from the west region of Cameroon. Banana melaxe is good for breast feeding mothers as it is believed that it helps in producing enough breast milk.
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White yam and egussi stew is a delicious meal which is at the same time very nutritious. White yam and egussi sauce is a typical delicacy to the southwest people because they have the raw materials available often. It should be noted that yam and egussi stew is loved nationwide and prepared in every part of the country as well.
Cabbage is very common in Cameroon and due to this fact, it is being prepared in so many different ways and styles. Sauté cabbage is fried cabbage which is prepared in a modern way and is either eaten with ripe plantains or unripe plantains. Santa in the North West region of Cameroon produces the highest quantity of cabbage in Cameroon.
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.
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.
Pumpkin leaves is such a delicious meal which many people fail to understand or neglect this meal. Pumpkin leaves is very nutritive and cheap to get. This meal is good for convalescence, breastfeeding mothers and the aging ones.
Kwacoco Bible is grated cocoyam mixed with spinach, palm oil, spices, smoked fish, crayfish, wrapped in plantain leaves and steamed and is cooked by many families, reasons being that it is economical and it has an ancestral link, that is, it is being perpetuated right from our ancestors to our grandparents till present date. Kwacoco Bible is a delicacy commonly prepared in the south west region of Cameroon.
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.
Cornchaff which is a mixture of corn and beans is a meal very common in almost all the parts of Cameroon. Cornchaff is also prepared and sold in schools especially primary and secondary schools during break.
Food is life and we eat to live as stipulated by some school of thoughts. Roasted beef and cassava or baton is eye catching and mouthwatering, the sight of this meal will make you ask for more. This dish is loved by many and of course because it is delicious it is termed a high profile meal in restaurants and food for the rich when prepared in homes.