Although it can be served with several soups or stew of choice, most people prefer to mash or blend it into a smoothie.
DIY Recipe: How to make Fante kenkey
Fante kenkey is one of the most sought-after carbohydrates foods in Ghana.
dried plantain leaves
Mix half of the corn dough with a reasonable amount of water
Add a little amount of salt
Boil corn dough until halfway cooked
Spread the semi boiled dough on a big clean saucepan and add the remaining faw corn dough using a wooden spoon or spatula.
Mix thoroughly and mould into desirable sizes
Wrap the dough with the corn husk or plantain leaves
Place cooking pot (a big one) onto the source of heat.
Place some corn husk or plantain leaves at the bottom of the cooking pot (a big one) and arrange the moulded/wrapped dough nicely.
Add enough water
Cover and boil until well cooked.
To check whether the kenkey is cooked, you can remove one with a wooden spatula and assess.
Serve with any stew or soup of your choice. You can also use it to prepare mashed kenkey.
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