How to make Sese plantains, a popular Cameroonian dish
The Sese plantain is a meal largely popular in Cameroon and also in some parts of West Africa.
The family-friendly one-pot meal is an everyday dish that is filled with different spices, meat and seasonings.
4 pounds of unripe plantains
2 pounds of meat
1 medium onion chopped
1/2 cup Crayfish
1 bunch of fresh kale chopped
½ cup of Palm Oil
1 Tablespoon bouillon
Salt and pepper to taste
1. In a large-sized saucepan, boil meat seasoned with salt, cayenne pepper, onions until tender, depending on the meat. You can shorten this process in half by using a pressure cooker
2. Using a sharp knife cut both ends off the plantain. This will make it easy to grab the skin of the plantains. Slit a shallow line down the long seam of the plantain, peel only as deep as the peel. Remove plantain peel by pulling it back.
3. Cut the plantains into thick round shape.
4. Place the plantains into the pot of boiled meat, add the Maggie, crayfish red oil and remaining onions
5. Bring to a boil and low the cooker to medium and let it cook slowly for about 20
6. Finally add the kale and cook for an additional 10 minutes
7. Remove from heat and serve warm.