hmmm we call it nkate bolo. hahahaha I don't know this name but the description is good enough.
hahaha@ Nana Fredua- Nkate Bolo is what I know too! People use "Daakoa" in Kumasi though... Pretty good stuff! Makes me so thirsty!
Mmm these food descriptions are too much for me to handle. Today I already gave into some mouthwatering kelewele....thanks to you!
Nkate bolo or 'daakwa'_ which by the way sounds like my aunt's name, i have on idea what u r talking about. Where can i get some :-) ?
Lol, Nkate Bolo, huh? First time I've heard that. Thanks for the info, man.
Dear Maxy, thirst! That's what it gives me too! I know people in the Central and GAR also call it Daakowa.
Well, Abena, end it all with some nighttime Suya, won't you?
'Maamu' is what the Ga call it.
I promise you, lucci, next time we meet, we will look everywhere for Nkate Bolo.
Nana yaw, my friends jus educated me on what u wer describing. Can't remember the last time i had some. Good stuff.
Maamu, huh? Thanks.
Hurray for your friends, lucci. We can still hunt for some over Christmas.
Lol! Yes 'maamu', alter it a little n there u have my surname hehehe... :-)
I have missed you. And of course, once again you didnt disappoint. You excited my senses: as I read, the words melted within me to create an awakening of sensations. Chale am hungry.
Funny thing is i never knew what that was called, and today i wanted some. Instead, i liked a spoon of peanut butter. It honestly didnt do me any justice. I mean, quite obvious, right?
Yes NY.Nice one.I see you are at your best inspiring us about our culinary heritage-Ghanaian gastronomic delights. Yummy!
Matekwor, to your comment #1, I missed reading your comments too! You're hungry for toffees? Lol. It's really a dessert, no?
No, Matekwor, Peanut butter is just the basic ingredient in all these snacks. See how there are always peanuts somewhere in these snacks?
Well, Posekyere, I have an inspired theme. Thanks for responding so well to it. We may have to try it again with something else, no?
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