Banku is a Ghanaian dish which is cooked by a proportionate mixture of fermented corn and cassava mix in hot water into a smooth whitish paste served with soup, stew or a pepper sauce with fish. This Banku Mix flour makes the process easier since the flour is ready to cook.
Recipe / Preparation
Recipe, meals, and how this is usually eaten
It originated from the GA Adangme people in the greater Accra region of Ghana, but has gained popularity across Ghana. It is now eaten by people of the southern regions of Ghana (the Akans), the Ewe tribe of the Volta region and GA tribe and all other regions in Ghana.
It contains 22g Carbs, 1g fat and 1g protein.
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