Hausa Kooko (spicy millet porridge) and Koose (spicy bean cakes)

Hausa Kooko (spicy millet porridge) and Koose (spicy bean cakes)

Chef: Menaaba

Description: Hausa Koko, also known as spicy millet porridge, is a Ghanaian street food commonly eaten as breakfast. It can also be taken in late afternoon as snack. It is made from millet with a few local spices added to give it a particular taste and color. It is called Hausa Koko because of the notion it was created in the Northern areas of Ghana. It is also common in the various communities in Ghana. It is usually accompanied by a Ghanaian fried bean bun called Koose

Skill Level: Easy

Diets & Intolerances
vegan | vegetarian | very healthy | sustainable |

Prep Time
50 minutes
Total Time
60 minutes
Serves
2 to 3

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Recipe by Menaaba, Menaaba