Plakali – A Ghanaian Dish
Plakali is a traditional dish from Ghana, which is usually prepared using cassava flour.
The delicacy is popular among the Nzeme and Ahanta community Plakali almost resembles Banku only that the latter is prepared using fermented cassava flour. One striking fact that makes this particular dish unique is its amazing health benefits.
- Cassava Dough (1 pound)
Method of preparation:
Put your cassava dough in a cooking pot and add water. Stir until you get a thick lump-free mixture, then place it on fire and add salt.
Keep stirring until the mixture is thick. Cook for about 15 minutes on medium-low heat and make balls. Enjoy it with palm nut soup or groundnut soup.Tags: Banku Ghanaian Ghanaian dish Plakali