How to Prepare Sakasaka

Sakasaka is the Congolese word for cassava leaves, and the dish made out of cassava leaves.

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Sakasaka is also called Pondu or Nwem in French. Sakasaka is a soup native to Central African countries.

Recipe for Sakasaka

Cassava Greens

Palm oil

Chopped Onions



Smoked fish

Ground Crayfish


How To Prepare Sakasaka

In a pot, boil your beef with seasoning until tender. Separate stock from beef and keep aside. Heat palm oil in another pot, add your chopped onions, and sauté for a few minutes. Then add the beef and add the stock as well as ground crayfish, and cook for 5 minutes.

Afterwards, add the crushed cassava leaves, then include the rest of the ingredients and bring to a boil. Your Sakasaka is ready to be served hot. it can be eaten with rice and swallow.




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