Banku/Akple refers to one of the most delicious dishes from Ghana. Banku/Akple is made from corn dough which is cooked and then fermented. Sometimes cassava dough is also used. Ghana or Republic of Ghana is a West African country. Ghana is bordered by Ivory Coast to the west, Burkina Faso to the north, Togo to the east, and the Gulf of Guinea to the south.

Related Articles

Malamba ■■■■■■■■■
Malamba refers to a local sugar cane brew from Equatorial Guinea and one of their national drinks. Equitorial . . . Read More
Cote d'Ivoire at travel-glossary.com■■■■■■■
Cote d'Ivoire is a country in Africa. This country . . . Read More
Foura ■■■■■■■
Foura refers to Niger's food which consists of small balls of ground and slightly fermented millet crushed . . . Read More
Baje ■■■■■
Baje refers to a rich garlic and creamed walnut sauce from Georgia, a small country in the Caucasus, . . . Read More
Ajika ■■■■■
Ajika refers to Georgia's spicy, hot sauce. Georgia is a small country in the Caucasus, surrounded on . . . Read More
Gozo ■■■■■
Gozo refers to the mixture of dough-like processed and dried detoxified cassava which is one of the staple . . . Read More
Koko ■■■■■
Koko refers to a leaf of a wild plant which is one of the foods of the forest inhabitants of Central . . . Read More
Mies ■■■■
Mies refers to honey wine from Eritrea, an eastern African country. Eritrea is situated in eastern Africa . . . Read More
Alfonsino ■■■■
Alfonsino (Beryx splendens) refers to a kind of fish of temprate waters, particularly the North Atlantic . . . Read More
Makara ■■■■
Makara refer to homemade fried breads which are mostly sold at roadside stands in Central African Republic. . . . Read More