A few months ago, a good friend of mine from Cameroon taught me how to make this amazing coco-yam meal called “Ekwang.”
Ekwang also known as “Ekpang Nkukwo” is a native African dish eaten by the Efik and Ibibio tribes in Nigeria. It is also very popular in Cameroon. It is made with coco-yam leaves or tulip greens, red coco-yams, white coco-yams, fish and assorted meat.
Coco-yam has higher protein contents than majority of the tropical root crops. It also contains thiamine, calcium, niacin, manganese, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin E, magnesium, and riboflavin.
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