Elsie”s Kokonte 1kg


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Konkonte is a Ghanaian dish usually eaten with a soups made from palm nut or groundnuts. It is popular in west African countries such as Nigeria and is also eaten in the Caribbean.

The English Name for the delicacy is “BROWN FUFU”. It is very close to Tapioca, a popular Brazilian dish.

It is a simple dish made from dried and pounded Cassava, or manioc, root and takes upon a brown appearance once made. In Ghana the dish is locally prepared by the Akans where its local name is derived from the Kwa languages. It is also known by many as abitie, (abetee), lapiiwa, and lapelawa.

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