Banku is a traditional fermented dish made from maize, cassava, or a combination of both, commonly enjoyed in Ghana. Unlike kenkey, which is wrapped in foil, corn husks, or plantain leaves, Banku is boiled directly in a pot. It is typically served as a dumpling alongside traditional African soups made from vegetables, meat, or fish


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