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Hausa Koko Recipe By Ndudu Fafa

Hausa Koko Recipe By Ndudu Fafa

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Hausa Koko Recipe By Ndudu Fafa
Yields2 Servings
Prep Time5 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time25 mins

Hausa Koko is a popular Ghanaian porridge made from millet and spices. Bofrot is sort of like a Ghanaian doughnut. Nigerians have a similar doughnut called Puff Puff. The Hausa people, although they are found in a diverse number of countries extending from Sudan to Nigeria, have had a great influence on the food culture of West African street foods.

This is a popular street food often eaten for breakfast. It is known as Hausa Koko, a soured and spicy smooth porridge. The sourness, resulting from fermenting the millet, may be an acquired taste. However, after trying a few regional African cuisines, you will find that fermented products are used quite regularly.

 100 g Red Finger Millet soaked overnight (readily available in most Asian grocers)
 60 ml of water
 5 cloves
 20 g of sliced Ginger
 2 Grains of Selim pods
 1 Green Chilli Brown sugar to taste (optional)
 1 tbsp of natural Yoghurt (optional)

Ingredients

 100 g Red Finger Millet soaked overnight (readily available in most Asian grocers)
 60 ml of water
 5 cloves
 20 g of sliced Ginger
 2 Grains of Selim pods
 1 Green Chilli Brown sugar to taste (optional)
 1 tbsp of natural Yoghurt (optional)
Hausa Koko Recipe By Ndudu Fafa
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