This is a one-pot Cameroonian dish made with plantains, palm oil, smoked fish and other ethnic flavours. Traditionally, it is made when a woman has a new baby. Literally finger-licking good!
If using a tough meat like goat meat, place in the pot with water the same level as the meat and bring to a boil. When the meat boils for five minutes, add in the plantains. If using softer meat, perhaps a soft cut of beef, put it in the pot with plantains at the same time.
Once the plantain is in the pot, add in all other ingredients except the vegetable. Let it cook for about 30 minutes until the plantain is thoroughly cooked. Check constantly to see if there's a need to add more water.
Now, add in the vegetables and let it simmer with the plantains for 2 minutes. Turn off the heat and serve warm.
1. No need to chop the vegetables used in this recipe.