A story by Titi de Baccarat from 2018
Titi de Baccarat and Annie Mengue are from the same country. Titi has lived in Portland Maine since 2015 and Annie lives in Gabon but comes from time to time to Portland to visit her family.
The two compatriots have decided to collaborate in the project "Maine Eats: the food revolution starts here" to present and share a wonderful dish of their country Gabon, Africa. The basics of Gabonese's food are found mainly in the products of the land such as plantain, cassava, cassava leaf, pepper, etc. and seafood products, but Gabonese people also consume meat.
How to prepare Paquet de poisson a la vapeur:
This Gabonese dish is steamed to preserve all its nutritional value and a natural flavor of all the ingredients that compose it.
Cooking time 15 minutes.
Ingredients: All ingredients were purchased at Hannaford with the exception of Odika.
two fresh fish
two fresh tomatoes
a clove of garlic
seasoning "cube Maggi"
Odika (Odika is a fruit produced by trees in the forest in Gabon, when this fruit is harvested, we make it into a powder).
This dish can be eaten with plantain or cassava flour.