Mpuh Fish – Cameroonian White Sauce By Precious Core

Mpuh Fish - Cameroonian White Sauce By Precious Core
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Mpuh Fish - Cameroonian White Sauce By Precious Core
Yields6 Servings
Prep Time20 minsCook Time25 minsTotal Time45 mins

Mpuh fish or mpu fish or mpouh fish is a white flavourful sauce mostly eaten in the South West region of Cameroon. The key ingredient is fish (of course!), some plantain flour, and njangsa, a nutty seed popular used to make pepper soupΒ in Cameroon. It has a creamy texture that is to die for. It is earthy, spicy, and mostly eaten with some boiled plantains or boiled rice. It is so easy to put together: basically a dump-and-go recipe.

Β 3 pounds fish cut into steaks (about 1-1 1/2 kg)
Β 2 unripe plantains
Β 1 cup njangsa seeds - ground
Β 2 cloves garlic
Β Β½ medium onion - chopped
Β Β½ tsp ground white pepper (or bush pepper)
Β 1 tsp salt
Β Β½ cup palm oilvegetable/canola

Ingredients

Β 3 pounds fish cut into steaks (about 1-1 1/2 kg)
Β 2 unripe plantains
Β 1 cup njangsa seeds - ground
Β 2 cloves garlic
Β Β½ medium onion - chopped
Β Β½ tsp ground white pepper (or bush pepper)
Β 1 tsp salt
Β Β½ cup palm oilvegetable/canola
Mpuh Fish – Cameroonian White Sauce By Precious Core

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