Ackara refers to a Gambian dish served seven (7) days after the birth of a child, at the naming ceremony. Ackara consists of soaked white beans ground finely, then worked into a stiff paste with water. The mixture is shaped into balls, deep-fried and served with a sauce made from tomatoes, onions, peppers, garlic and chili.

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