Cameroonian street food

20 CAMEROONIAN STREET FOOD RECIPES THAT ARE TO DIE FOR

Ladies and gentlemen, I bring to you some of the best things ever that will make your taste buds sing. They are Cameroonian street foods and they are to die for. And the best part is this is not just me making you drool over the photos and wish wastefully. Every single recipe is attached so after the drooling can come some cooking.  Leggo!

1. Soya- Spicy Grilled Meat

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Recipe here.

2. Grilled Fish

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Recipe here.

3. Puff Puff

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Recipe here.

4. Gateau

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Recipe here.

5. Accra Beans- Black Eyed Peas Fritters

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Recipe here, video here.

6. Accra Banana- Banana and Cassava Fritters

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By now, you know that we love dipping things into oil to fry. Ha. Recipe here.

7. Koki Beans

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Recipe here.

8. Scotch Eggs

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Recipes:

9. Fish Rolls

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Fishy fishy! Recipe here, video here.

10. Fish Pie

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Recipe here.

11. Meat Pies

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Recipe here.

12. Stewed Canda

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Recipe here.

13. Skewered Snails

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Other names for this are “slow boys”, “nyamangoro” and “congo meat!” Recipe here.

14. Kwacoco Bible

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Or ‘kwacs’ for swags sake. Recipe here.

15. Banana Cake

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Come to mama. Recipe here.

16. Pancakes

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A thicker form of crepes but we call them “pangcakes”. Recipe here.

17. Coconut Sweet

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Because something coconutty must be involved! Ummm attempted recipe here.

18. Grilled Plantains

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Marry me. Recipe: just pop into the oven or place on a grill and grill!

19: Boiled Groundnuts

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Just boil lightly and eat, my friend!

20. Pepper Sauce

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And don’t you ever forget your pepper sauce, with which some of the snacks above will be 10 times more memorable. Recipe here.

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30 Comments

  1. Chai Sis! Before I reached the end saliva almost destroyed my gums and jaws. That collection is to die for. I love this post !

  2. It’s amazing how similar they are to Nigerian Food.
    The only one that isn’t familiar is the kwacoco Bible. I hope I got the name correctly oh.
    But all the rest, I must have eaten it or its variation.
    Amazing compilation. Good work. And hey! you inspired me to go for WordPress.org.and I am currently loving it.

  3. Weeeeeehhh you sabi the thing

  4. Olaitan Bobade

    Cameroon and Nigeria have so much in common when it comes to food. There are just like 5 foods I haven’t heard of. I love Suya with gaari. Puff puff is bae too.
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  5. Where is my previous comment???

  6. Nice one Precious. Have seen some here in Nigeria as well. Like the grilled plantains is taken with groundnut. Thanks for sharing.

  7. They are mouth watering.I love them all.We have most of them in Nigeria too.

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  8. OLAYINKA USMAN

    Good job precious. this reminds me of when i was a young girl in CKC Tiko
    Thanks for reminding me of all these good food

  9. burni planti and plums.
    So much we have as fast food.
    Love the compilation just goes to show how much we have but often take for granted.

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  11. I do not only like them but I love them all, chaiiiii wish to have all, infact going for shopping now to cook some. Love it

  12. adela ngringeh onguene

    Precious you are really precious you are a true daughter of 237. I just love all of this.

  13. Bih Justina

    Aww. I wish I could have a bite of that kwacoco bible. Just changed my next weekend kicthen agenda.😊😍😉😃

  14. Aww. I wish I could have a bite of that kwacoco bible. Just changed my next weekend kicthen agenda.😊😍😉😃

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  16. OMG this popped up on my news feed and I’m SO HAPPY! I’m making all of these this summer!

    Now if I could just get the recipe for sha’a….

  17. wa oooo I’m proud of Cameroon full of food

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