Burkina is a combination of steamed ground millet and fermented milk or yoghurt (noono).
It is a very popular drink in Ghana, taken as a snack or a whole meal, depending on the mood.
Rich in all the goodness of milk and millet, it is not difficult to prepare.
2 Cups of Unsweetened Yogurt
1 Cup of Milk
Soak millet short-term, channel, flush and pound into a flour.
Heat 1 liter of water to the point of boiling over medium warmth.
Then, at that point add the ground millet and mix constantly for 20 minutes until uneven and tacky.
Take off warmth and put away to chill totally.
In a bowl, blend unsweetened yogurt in with milk sugar and put away.
Piece the cooled millet with a fork to relax the knots and scoop into the serving glasses till a third full.
Pour the yogurt blend on the millet, and it is prepared to serve.
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