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How to make your Brukina at home

Burkina is a combination of steamed ground millet and fermented milk or yoghurt (noono). Brukina 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.

  1 month ago ago
How to make your Brukina at home

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List of Ghanaian Foods That Boost Breast Milk Supply

A great number of moms need to expand their breast milk supply as they believe they are not creating enough for their infant's necessities. This concern is something that is more in the brain of the lady than something that should be a genuine purpose for concern. A great deal of new mothers have this concern; it's just regular, obviously, on the grounds that they need the best for their little ones or babies.  While nursing, the greatest angle that should be dealt with is the eating routine of the mother,

  11 months ago ago
List of Ghanaian Foods That Boost Breast Milk Supply

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How to make Brukina at home yourself (STEPS)

There are variety of local beverages enjoyed by the Ghanaian people. Some of the local beverages include, Pito, Asaana, Lamugin, Sobolo, Brukina amongs many others. Today I want to take you through how to make your favourite local beverage called Brukina. Brukina is a beverage made among the people of the Northern sector in Ghana. Brukina is made from mullet. Below are the steps in making your delicious Brukina; Ingredients; Millets, sugar, fresh milk, water ,sugar and salt( optional). step 1 Soak the mullet

  1 year ago ago
How to make Brukina at home yourself (STEPS)

ACCIDENT

“Brukina” Seller Reported Dead At Odorkor Traffic Light After A KIA Rhino Driver Knocked Her Down

This latter days of the year has not been very sound not to say of the pandemic the nation and the world faced in 2020. This evening news reaching me from Angel FM by popular Journalist/Presenter has it that, a “Brukina” seller who is known as Amelia has been knocked down by a KIA Rhino Accra-Odorkor traffic light after the supposed Driver failed his break. The covered lifeless body of the Hawker The Brukina hawker who is known by her fellow hawkers is known as Amelia in Odorkor due to how am she has been

  11 months ago ago
“Brukina” Seller Reported Dead At Odorkor Traffic Light After A KIA Rhino Driver Knocked Her Down

FOOD

Check out the recipe for Brukina. This can fetch you some real money

Brukina is a millet and milk-based Ghanaian street food (drink).It is primarily manufactured and consumed in Ghana's northern regions.Due to its distinct flavor and composition, brukina has recently gained popularity across the country.

  6 months ago ago
Check out the recipe for Brukina. This can fetch you some real money

FOOD

Easy steps in making delicious Brukina yourself at home

There are variety of local beverages enjoyed by the Ghanaian people. Some of the local beverages include, Pito, Asaana, Lamugin, Sobolo, Brukina amongs many others. Today I want to take you through how to make your favourite local beverage called Brukina. Brukina is a beverage made among the people of the Northern sector in Ghana. Brukina is made from mullet. Below are the steps in making your delicious Brukina; Ingredients; Millets, sugar, fresh milk, water ,sugar and salt( optional). step 1 Soak the mullet

  1 year ago ago
Easy steps in making delicious Brukina yourself at home

ENTERTAINMENT

One-time Hit Wonders Who’s Songs Were Bigger Than their Name

One biggest nightmare of every artist is replicating their success. The majority are able to, well the least fortunate ones spend a life time trying tirelessly to reignite their flame and return back to the days when the masses thronged to hear their songs. One-day hit wonders are what these one-time hitters are called. Their careers simply ship wrecked, not even Christopher Columbus could rediscover them. Their songs pervaded the airways like an airborne disease and slid out of our ears like they were plac

  1 year ago ago
One-time Hit Wonders Who’s Songs Were Bigger Than their Name