How to prepare Ndole with Ripe Plantain – A Cameroonian Dish
Ndole is a Cameroonian dish consisting of stewed nuts, Ndole (bitter leaves) to West Africa, and fish or beef.
It is traditionally eaten with plantains, Bobolo (a Cameronian dish made of fermented ground manioc or cassava and wrapped in leaves). It is always present at any Cameroonian party when cooked properly, it flies off the table.
- Peeled groundnuts
- Salt to taste
- Cooking Oil
- Ndole (bitterleaf)
Method of preparation:
- Wash the bitter leaves.
- Boil the groundnuts slightly.
- Grind groundnuts with leek, onion, and garlic.
- Boil the meat for 30 minutes.
- Then, add the mixture, leave it to cook for 20 minutes while stirring.
- Add the washed leaves and the crayfish.
- Add some water and seasoning.
- Leave to cook for 10 more minutes.
- Fry your onions and add to the Ndole which will be served with ripe plantains.
Voila! food is ready !Tags: Bitterleaf Cameroonian Dish Dish Ndole Ripe Plantain West Africa