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Ghanaian Street Snacks You Have To Try (Celebrating Gh)

Good day lovely people. How are you doing? I hope that you are all doing great. At long last, February, the month of love is over and we have all safely entered into the new month. March, a very significant month in the lives of every Ghanaian, is the month our nation gained independence from our colonial masters. Sixty-four years of displaying our diverse culture to the world. With the vast variety of languages spoken all over the country to our unique traditional attires to our delicious and uniquely tasting cuisines. Today, to celebrate our great nation, we are going to be looking at some of the local foods we have all either tasted or seen before; specifically our local street snacks.

I am very sure that we have all at least seen a couple to these snacks on our streets before. Quite often, these snacks are sold mostly in traffic by people carrying them in wooden cases on their heads. They are often displayed beautifully in their cases and when bought and eaten, taste even better. Here are some of my favourite street snacks to buy in Ghana. Let me know your favourite and the one you are dying to try. Hope you like it.

1. FULA

2. KELEWELE 3. PLANTAIN CHIPS 4. NKATE CAKE5. AGBELI KAKLO6. AYIGBE BISCUIT7. KUBE CAKE 8. POLOO8. ATSOOMO9. AWIESU10. KYINKYINGA

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