Kedjenou refers to a Western African dish of slow-cooked chicken stew that is popular in the Ivory Coast. It is sometimes prepared by wrapping the ingredients in banana leaf packets and grilling them on hot coals
Other definition:
Kedjenou refers to Ivory Coast dish of chicken cooked with different vegetables and sealed in banana leaves

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