It is Sunday, the whole family is usually home at this time of the week and it is time to eat together before Monday comes with its stress up to Saturday or Friday. After church, many people like to visit the various restaurants, chop bars or food branches to grab themselves a handful of food.
Fufu becomes so popular and most favorite in Ghanaian restaurants because it is very satisfying. Of course, pounding doesn't come easy and this is the main reason why people choose to satisfy themselves in restaurants. With some cassava, some plantain and ingredients for soup, you're ready to carry some fufu for your Sunday.
RICE BALLS (Emotuo)
Rice is so common worldwide, and is much consumed by Ghanaians on the regular. Well, on Sundays, people like to have their rice circular. Emutuo is by no doubt highly patronized on Sundays in restaurants.
Konkonte is more like a sibling to Fufu in the world of food. Served exactly like fufu, Konkonte also hits different on Sundays. When served with meat, some fish, okro and snails, it can carry you on through the day because of its nutritional content.
Porridge (Hausa Kooko)
Early in the morning, some tea or coffee wouldn't be bad before church. However, a hot Kooko on the street with some sugar and bread or Koose wouldn't be bad.
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