Chicken is the most eaten of all the different types of meat that exist on earth, just like beef that is globally eaten with no particular exception. Cameroon roasted chicken with uripped plantains is a local cuisine that tells you the history of an emancipated locality.
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Ekusi pudi is a meal having its origin from the Mbo. It is a meal that portrays the history of the Mbo as there are groups of Mbo, the Mbo from the littoral and the Mbo from the Southwest. The Mbo from the SouthWest are the ones having ekusi pudi as a traditional meanl.
Have you ever eaten raw cocoa in its first state. If it is not yet the case, you have the possibility of doing with Mets de viande. Mets de viande is a traditional meal eaten due to its taste like cocoa in its raw state, that is in its first state. Coocoa is highly cultivated in this part of the country.
Bulu beignet and pape is a food eaten by the bulu people. It is a food rich in potassiums and essential minerals. Bulu is a locality located in the French speaking part of Cameroonm, better known as the Center region due to the fact that it comprises of the Political capital of Cameroon.
Haricot is the french word for beans and beignet in English means puff balls. Though Cameroon is made up of the francophones and the anglophones, if there is one thing that brings them together and they say in common is beans.
Okok is known by all Cameroonians and most like it due to the fact that it is very sweat in the mouth as a result of the ingredients they use in its preparation. . In the french language, Cassava stick means manioc and okok with cassava stick means l’okok avec le manioc.
Tikar is a tribe or betterstill a village found in Cameroon and some other parts of the Central African sub region. It is a large ethnic group that is well invested and organized in a cultural manner.
Akum is a locality located in the Northwest region of Cameroon, precisely in the Meme division. Today our point of focus is on the Akum beans and its preparation.
Ekusi sauce is a sauce well appreciated by Cameroonians and Africans in general. As compared to so many other meals in Cameroon and africa, they often have a connotation towars tradition. This seems not to be the case with Ekusi sauce with Okro and canda.
The name green leaf typically says it all about the texture of the leaf though the majority of leaves are green in color, though this typeof leaf is a little bit quite different as this one in particular can be eaten in its raw form cooked for or better still cooked form.