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Have you eaten today? If you haven’t, you may want to do so before proceeding because I’m going to whet your appetite. Well, not exactly. I’ll do that when I produce a video for this).
Following from Lesson 6: Twi Vocabulary For Foods (Nnuane), the present lesson lists a number of Ghanaian dishes that you’re likely going to try if you visit the motherland.
6. gari ne adua
7. kɔkɔɔ a yɛakye (fried ripe plantain)
8. bayerɛ a yɛakye (fried yam)
9. koko (porridge)
11. nkuruma nkwan (okro soup)
13. tuo zaafi
14. forɔyɛ/abomu (stew/sauce)
16. dɔkono (kenkey)
17. nkate-nkwan (peanut/groundnut soup)
21. abɛ nkwan (palm nut soup)
22. nkyenam (fried fish)
23. kyikyinga (kebab)
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