cassava leaves, palm oil, maize, rice, plantains

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 dish can be served with rice or boiled plantains on the side

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