Home made food

KOUAKOUKOU

This succulent dish is native to the West Cameroon region. It is made of grated macabo, seasoned and cooked in banana or macabo leaves. The Sawas call it ekwankoko.

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Food from home

PILE DE PLANTAINS

A variant of pommes pilées, a typical Western dish that is eaten in Dschang. A mixture of beans and plantains pounded and cooked in red oil (palm oil).

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PILE DE POMMES DE TERRE

A typical dish of West Cameroon, which is eaten in Dschang in particular. A mixture of beans and potatoes mashed and cooked in red oil also called palm oil.

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EKOMBA OU GATEAU DE MAIS

Ekomba is a cake made of corn dough. It is a very cheap cake to make: the ingredients are corn, peanuts, sugar and water. After tasting it, one feels as if one has supernatural powers and above all a lot of energy.

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SANGA

A dish of vegetables (zom leaves), corn and palm nut pulp popular in southern Cameroon.

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OKOK

A typical dish of the Betis, a tribe from the central region of Cameroon, okok (also called fumbwa) is made from finely cut Gnetum leaves, boiled with peanut butter and palm nut juice. It is eaten with tubers.

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