Koki (Beans, Cameroon)


  • 1 kg of koki beans
  • ½ bottle of red palm oil
  • 1 onion, 2 pepper and 1/4kg of dries fish
  • 5 banana leafs and root
  • 1 tablespoon of salt.
  • 2 soft green leafs of coco-yam
  • coco-yams or plantains or bananas or cassavas or yams ¼ kg of any of your choice


  • Wash the koki beans to be totally peal, put it in a clean dish, add the onion and pepper and ground it
  • Warm the leafs in the sun or in the fire.
  • Clean either your banana or any and slice it
  • After, slice the coco-yam leafs and add in to it with fish and salt.
  • Take a new small pot and hot the oil in but not bliss
  • Stir it for twenty minutes, because as you are stirring it, it is rising
  • Take a big plate and put one leaf in and put two or three dish spoon of koki and four tablespoons of oil and mix it and wrap with the root and stand it in a new pot
  • when finish, stand the pot in the fire with a small cup of water in it.
  • After fifteenth minutes, add two liters of water if the pot is having a space, you may add the banana or any on top of the pot to done at the same time with koki.
  • If the water evaporated, remove the pot.

Extra information

  • Not vegetarian
  • Not spicy
  • Recipe contributed by: Trinity Ndisi.


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