- Authentic ghanaian Kenkey
- Traditionally prepared from fermented ground corn (maize), wrapped and cooked in Dry Plantain leaves (Fante) and corn husk (Ga)
- There are two variations of kenkey that are eaten in Ghana – Ga and Fanti kenkey. Fanti kenkey is usually brownish in color and tastes more sour than the Ga kenkey.
- Fanti kenkey gets its brownish color from the use of banana leaves to wrap it, whereas Ga kenkey gets its offwhite color from the use of corn husks to wrap it.
- Usually served with pepper sauce and fried fish or soup, stew.