Akassan (porridge) zogbon is a fermented corn is one of the main porridges in Togo served with a doughnut tasting round ball called Botokoin or roasted peanut (Azi). Unlike flour made from wheat grains, cornmeal does not contain gluten. It is therefore safe for those with gluten intolerance and celiac disease…
Akassan Zogbon Recipe:
3 cups water
2/3 cup Akassan
Sugar to taste
Pinch of salt (optional)
Roasted peanut (optional)
Powdered milk (optional)
Bring the water to a boil.
Add the Akassan in rain while stirring.
Cook for 7-10 mins. Add the salt.
Remove from the fire and add the sugar and the milk.
Add the roasted peanut. You can enjoy with some Botokoin (Puff Puff) if desired.
Akassan (1.1 lbs / 500g) by Cuisine228.
Made in Togo, 100% great for making porridge