We might be used to spreading peanut butter on our morning toast, but this recipe for Bouillie, a Chadian porridge, uses peanut butter and lemon juice to make a refreshing breakfast cereal.
Category: Chadian Cuisine and Recipes
Commonly consumed grains include millet, sorghum and rice as staple foods. Commonly eaten vegetables include okra and cassava, and a variety of fruits are eaten, including bananas, mangoes, guavas, raisins, dates and peanuts. Meats include mutton, chicken, goat, fish and beef. Fish is abundant in northern Chad, including tilapia, perch, eel, and carp. Southern Chadians don’t consume many dairy products from livestock, are not as dependent upon fish as a protein source, and have more options in using fruits and spices compared to people in northern Chad.