Some Ghanaian Dishes

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Following from our lesson on Foods (Nnuane), the present lesson lists a number of Ghanaian dishes that you’re likely going to try if you visit the motherland.


tuo zaafi
kelewele
koko (porridge)
koose
banku
bayerɛ a yɛakye (fried yam)
fufuo ne nkrankra (fufu and light (pepper) soup)
jollof
nkyeweɛ ne nkateɛ (roasted maize and groundnut)
aburoo a yɛatoto (roasted maize)
gari ne adua (gari and beans)
waakye
dɔkono (kenkey)
(borɔdeɛ) ampesie
kɔkɔɔ a yɛatoto (roasted ripe plantain)
kɔkɔɔ a yɛakye (fried ripe plantain)
abomu
nkuruma nkwan (okro soup)
ɛtɔ
abɛnkwan (palmnut soup)
abeteɛ (kokonte) ne nkatenkwan (groundnut soup)
nkyenam (fried fish)
kyikyinga (khebab)
apapransa
hyetɔ (shito)
garifotɔ
akplɛ

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