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Ghana – Banku

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Banku is the traditional cuisine of GHANA. This dish is made with CORN and CASSAVA dough. This dish is famous all around GHANA but especially in the southern region of Ghana which includes EWE PEOPLE, FANTE PEOPLE, GA ADANGBE PEOPLE. Banku is originated from the two countries GHANA and TOGO.

Ghana – Waakye

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This is the dish which is based on BEANS and RICE. This is one of the most famous breakfasts for GHANAIANS. The specialty of this dish is, you can serve its dish in BANANA LEAVES. The meaning of the word "WAAKYE" is BEAN. This word comes from the language of HAUSA. This dish was originated from CARRIBEAN and SOUTH AMERICA.

Ghana – Gari Foto

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Meals are of different kind. Some very easy, some very difficult. Today is about Gari Foto. It is an easy dish. Easy to prepared and of low income.

Ghana – Waakye

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Ghana Ghana Ghana. Land of many cuisines. The meal I am about to write is usually very difficult for you to see in a Ghanaian home. It is usually prepared and served in Ghanaian restaurant rather than prepared at home.

Ghana – Mpotor Mpotor

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Mpotor mpotor is a Ghanaian cuisine, though also common in Cameroon. In Cameroon, there is no special name prescribed for this cuisine. We just call it mashed yams, or mashed potatoes.

Ghana – Kontomire Stew

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Kontomire stew is a stew made from cocoyam leaves. This cuisine is very popular in Ghana and could be seen prepared and sold in restaurants and could also be prepared at homes since its ingredients are affordable.

Ghana – Kalewele

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Most of the meals I have writing about, I have cooked them. That is because I got the advantage that, most of the ingredients if not all are available in Cameroon. The dish is a Ghanaian dish and it is valued by Ghanaians and those that have tried it out.

Ghana – Tuo Zaafi

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We leave to eat or we eat to leave? This a question many people answer it wrongly. Normally the answer is, we eat to leave. Food is very an important substance that sustain life on earth.

Ghana – Banku and Tilapia Fish

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Jesus Christ fed thousands with fish and bread back then. Today, we eat fish with different accompaniment like fried ripe plantains, bobolo and even banku.

Ghana – Omo Tuo (Rosaline’s dish)

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Omo Tuo is a Ghanaian dish that may impress many, because of it's likeness looking to Fufu. This cuisine is of another kind, made from rice and rounded to a shape that is actually sizable to serve one person fully.