Kenkey is a popular Ghana food made from fermented maize and some times cassava, into dough. It is normally served with a vegetable stew or soup.
The Ga type, also called Komi, is fermented for a few days, 2 â€“ 3 days, wrapped in a single layer of maize husk, with salt added to spice up the flavour while the Fanti kenkey (also called dokon)Â is usually fermented a little longer than the Ga type, and no salt is added. It is wrapped in about 5 â€“ 6 layers of plantain leaves.
ThisÂ is Ghanian/African goodness at its best.
- Another authentic African food.