Ghana has some of the best cuisines in the continent of Africa. Do you know there is a jollof rice war between the two West African countries Nigeria and Ghana? If you are not from Ghana and did not know, now you know. Ghanaians claim to cook the best jollof rice in the world. However, Nigerians seem to disagree with the notion that Ghanaians can cook better jollof than Nigerians. TIMEINGHANA.COM deals in offering timing information and prefers to remain neutral in this conflict. While the website's main interest in getting people to discover the time in Ghana, it would be boring to host only materials relevant to perhaps horology. That is why this page is being created to host different media displaying the foods which may be discovered in most Ghanaian homes. Are you ready to find what Ghanaians eat in Ghana? Most cultural Ghanaians do not leave behind their favorite foods once they depart from the country to travel abroad. While abroad, some Ghanaians continue to eat their favorite Ga kenkey (dokono), fufu(o), ampesi(e), (a)waakye, gari foto, plantains with beans (red red) and the other delicious meals. Do you want to see some of the dishes Ghanaians eat? If you do, then check out the pictures below which may be representative of the 10 regions in Ghana regions such as Volta, Ashanti, Brong Ahafo, Northern, Central, Eastern, Upper East, Upper West, Greater-Accra, Western. No, we are not aiming to post only food from the capital of Ghana. We will concentrate on all the delicacies of the ethnic tribes found in Ghana on TIMEINGHANA.COM.
Food of Ghana
Forget about pizza, we will deal with Ghana jollof rice. Yes, we will concentrate on Ghana jollof rice. Why? Pizza is foreign to anything Ghana-related and is not the food of a man or woman from Ghana. Nor is pizza food for a boy or girl from Ghana. Leave pizza alone and let Italians have their cuisine. Of course, pizza tastes good. But, is that the typical food of a West African from Ghana? No, it is not. Ghana's favorite food is jollof rice. All the tribes in Ghana love it. There are many variations in which the food can be prepared. To cook jollof rice, you may need to have access to some rice. Some use long rain to cook the dish. Others prefer Jasmine rice. This image depicts the national food of Ghana: jollof rice. It is eaten at parties, weddings, and any important important ceremonies or gatherings.