National dish “kunkore” – prepared by Daborin JHS students

Ghanaian main dishes are organized around a starchy staple food with which usually goes a stew or soup. In the northern part of Ghana, Upper East, the main staple food include milletmaize, yam, beans. Nowadays, crops such as rice and wheat have been increasingly incorporated into Ghanaian kitchen. Sheabutter, pepper, groundnuts, salt bitter, tomatoes, onions, fish, beef etc are also used almost every day in different national dishes.

The students from Kong-Daborin JHS class 2 (in Estonia it is class 8) prepared a national dish called “kunkore” – it is a delicious stew they eat quite often.

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Ready for cooking!

Watch the video and learn how to make “kunkore“!

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