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The food glossary +++ 'Nilagang mais', 'Nata de Coco', 'Naejangtang'
Ngapi Yecho refers to a type of Ngapi, a Myanmar shrimp relish/paste that is made from small fish which are left unclean in the sun for a day or two (2) and then they are salted, pounded and stored in clay pots. Among the three (3) types of Ngapi, Ngapi Yecho is the most pungent type.

Ndole refers to one of the Cameroon special foods and is a popular dish of the south. The chief ingredients of Ndole are bitterleaf, melon seeds, peanuts, fish or meat. Cooked in oil and flavored by different spices, Ndole, is one of the favorite Cameroon foods.

Noah's Pudding is another name for Ashure that refers to a Turkish pudding made from cereals, dried and fresh fruits , nuts, sugar, and spices.

Nacatamales like regular tamales but wrapped in a banana leaf, and larger – a specialty of the central areas of Mexico. Nacatamales also refer to one of Honduras Christmas foods which are like the Mexican Tamales, but are larger and moister with a more gelatinous dough and are wrapped in banana leaves.

Nyama Choma which literally means roasted meat or barbecued shish kebab of goat's meat is one of Kenya’s best-known specialties that is usually served with a spicy tomato relish. Nyama Choma is a popular food to offer guests In Kenya. Once a guest pick the part that he or she prefers, the meat is roasted and served in bite-sized pieces and served with Ugali or curried stew.

Nsaamè refers to Mali's rice dish with meat and vegetables . Nsaamè is usually prepared to celebrate life-cycle rituals, such as, naming ceremonies, weddings) and other ceremonial and festive events. Nsaamè is also known as Riz au Gras.