Central Africa, often less explored on the culinary map, brims with diverse dishes that reflect its rich heritage and natural bounty. Angola tantalizes taste buds with moamba de galinha, a sumptuous chicken stew. Cameroon is famed for its ndolé stew, a harmonious mix of bitter leaves, groundnuts, and either meat or fish. Journeying further, the Central African Republic introduces kanda ti nyma, savory meatballs intertwined with ground peanuts. Chad, while steeped in tradition, delights with its staple boule, a comforting millet-based porridge, and the wholesome daraba stew.