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Ndolè with meat, morrue and shrimp
Place of originCameroon
Serving temperatureHot
Main ingredientsnuts, ndoleh, fish or ground beef
Other informationIt is the national dish of Cameroon.

Ndolé[1] is a Cameroonian dish consisting of stewed nuts, ndoleh (bitter leaves indigenous to West and Central Africa), and fish or beef.[1]

The dish may also contain shrimp. It is traditionally eaten with plantains, bobolo or miondo (a Cameroonian dish made of fermented ground manioc and wrapped in leaves), etc…


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  1. ^ a b Brady, Emily (2008-11-05). "The Years of Living Nervously". New York Times. Retrieved 2008-12-07.