Latest Dishes

03:46AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Ekwang

(Cameroonian) (0 )

Ekwang is a popular Cameroonian dish consisting of grated cocoyams that are tied in cocoyam leaves, then slowly simmered with crayfish, palm oil, and various spices. This delicacy is traditionally prepared by the Bafaw people from the Southwest …

03:41AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Kondre

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Kondre is one of the two national dishes of Cameroon, consisting of plantain, tomatoes, onions, spices, and meat such as goat, chicken, or pork. Originally from Bafang, kondre used to be a ceremonial dish that was reserved for …

03:36AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Mbongo Tchobi

Black Stew

(Cameroonian) (0 )

Mbongo tchobi is actually a flavorful meal that is typically made with onions, tomatoes, fish, and meat such as lamb, beef, or goat, along with hiomi (stick of the mbongo tree), alligator pepper, and a nutty spice known …

03:26AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Kpwem

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Kpwem is a vegetarian dish from Cameroon made with young and tender manioc leaves as the key ingredient. The leaves are pounded and mashed with a mortar and pestle, combined with ginger, salt, onions, garlic, then boiled with …

03:16AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Kwacoco

Kwacoco Bible

(Cameroonian) (0 )

Kwacoco is a Cameroonian dish made with mashed cocoyam that is then wrapped in banana leaves and steamed. The dish is traditionally prepared and consumed by the Kwe people, who pair it with mbongo soup. In cases where …

03:07AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Sangah

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Sangah is a Cameroonian specialty, a simple dish that is made with cassava leaves, palm oil, and maize. Cassava leaves are pounded and mashed so the final dish looks like a cross between a stew and porridge. The …

03:00AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Corn Chaff

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Corn chaff is a hearty Cameroonian stew utilizing corn and beans as the key ingredients. Corn and beans are slowly simmered with ingredients such as onions, palm oil, tomatoes, various spices, and meat or smoked fish, depending on …

02:35AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Achu Soup

Yellow Soup

(Cameroonian) (0 )

Achu soup is a dish from Cameroon. It is traditionally prepared and consumed by the Ngemba people from the Northwest Region of Cameroon, achu soup consists of boiled and pounded cocoyams, canwa (limestone), water, spices, and palm oil. …

02:27AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Poulet Dg

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Poulet DG is a tasty Cameroonian poultry dish made with a combination of chicken and ripe plantains in a hearty tomato sauce. The dish is typically garnished with a variety of vegetables such as green beans, bell peppers, …

02:21AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Kan Kan Kan

(Burkinabe) (0 )

Kan kan kan is an unusual spice blend that is popular in Burkina Faso. It consists of peanut powder, chilli powder, allspice, and Maggi bouillon cubes. All of the ingredients are crushed and mixed together to create this …

02:03AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Babenda

(Burkinabe) (0 )

Babenda is a popular one-pot dish from Burkina Faso based on bitter greens such as spinach, kale, mustard greens, or swiss chard. Soumbala is additionally mashed together with smoked or dried fish in order to add some protein …

01:59AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Ragout Digname

Ragout D'igname, Yam Stew

(Burkinabe) (0 )

Ragout d'igname is a yam stew that is popular in most West African countries, especially in Burkina Faso. The key ingredients used in the dish are yams, garlic, ginger, onions, carrots, peppers, and tomatoes. This casserole-like dish is …

01:44AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Saghbo

(Burkinabe) (0 )

Tô or saghbo is a dough-based, ugali-like dish consisting of cooked millet, corn, or sorghum that is stirred vigorously until it is formed into a smooth paste. It is consumed with various stews and sauces which are made …

01:18AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Ayam Penyet

(Bruneian) (Indonesian) (0 )

Ayam Penyet is a delicious chicken dish marinated with spices and herbs. The chicken is then smashed and then deep-fried, to make it a complete meal. It is served with steamed rice and chilli sambal.

01:11AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Belutak Daging

(Bruneian) (0 )

Belutak Daging is Bruneian dish. It is prepared with beef, minced meat, and plenty of spices. The local delicacy has a sour and sweet taste. The dish prepared mostly during Eid Al Adha.

12:50AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Honey Garlic Chicken Pizza

(Bruneian) (0 )

Honey Garlic Chicken Pizza is a special dish of Brunei. It is very common in Brunei restaurants. It is prepared with flour, yeast, salt, sugar, honey, garlic, chicken, spices, oil, butter. Brunei offers the meal in the spirit …

12:23AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Hati Buyah

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Hati Buyah is an exotic dish from Brunei. It consists of marinated stir-fried beef lungs that have a distinct and spicy flavour. It is prepared with beef lung, oil, spices, onion, vegetables, spice seeds. It tastes delicious.

12:12AM October 25, 2020 - by: atasneem

Kuih Bahulu

(Bruneian) (0 )

Kuih Bahulu is a dish from Brunei. It is prepared with Wheat flour, eggs, sugar, baking powder. Kuih Bahulu that consists of a sponge cake made in a cast-iron mould. The dish is served on Hari Raya and …

11:46PM October 24, 2020 - by: atasneem

Pulut Panggang

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Pulut Panggang is a kind of snack that originated from Brunei. It is similar to Kelupis. The main ingredients are glutinous rice, dried shrimp, red chillies, grated coconut, coconut milk, pandan leaves, spices, lemon grass. Pulut Panggang is …

11:33PM October 24, 2020 - by: atasneem

Kelupis

(Bruneian) (0 )

Kelupis is a snack that originated from Brunei. Kelupis is made from glutinous rice. Kelupis is wrapped with Nyirik leaf. The main ingredients are Glutinous rice flour, palm sugar. It is very popular in Brunei.