Here are some listed delicious Ghanaian snacks to enjoy with family and friends every weekend.
Agbeli Kaklo or Bankye Krakro as known in the Ewe and Ashanti language respectively is made from grated Cassava and Onion.
Ats)m): This delicious snack also called chin-chin in other places is made with coconut flour, flour, sugar, baking soda, egg, salt and nutmeg.
Poloo is primarily made from fried coconut dough.
My number one favourite, what is popularly known as Kosua ne Meko. This is basically boiled egg and spicy pepper with sliced onions.
Kofi Brokeman, another renowned snack among the Ghanaian populace, is roasted plantain and groundnut. Its name was formed as a result of the snack being food for the ‘poor but a taste of it and even the richest would want to have it every day.
It is important to note that, there is no better way to bring people together than with desserts, as Gail Simmons rightly says. Therefore do not forget to spend time with loved ones this weekend.