Kenkey (Fermented Maize Dumplings) with it sauce and fried fish

Other names: Kom, Dokunoo, Dokono, Dokunu, Dokonou, Kenkey Kenkey, dorkunu, dokonou or kom is a staple dish in Togo, Benin and Ghana similar to sourdough dumpling, usually served with pepper sauce, shitor (Yebesse fionfion) and fried fish or stew. It is usually made from ground corn (maize), like banku, Akoume, sadza and ugali. Making Kenkey …

Djinkoumè (Amiwo) with chicken and Yebessessi (Moyo)

Djinkoumè  (Amiwo) au poulet Fried chicken 2 small Chickens 1 tablespoon paprika 1 tablespoon ginger 1/2 teaspoon chilli 3 tablespoon garlic 1 teaspoon Black pepper 1 teaspoon parsley 2 tablespoon salt 2 tablespoon cube Amiwo or djinkoumè 8 cups corn flour Salt to taste 1 tablespoon oil 1 tablespoon cube Yebessessi or moyo 2 cups …