kenkey Ghanaian; maize dumplings, wrapped in leaves or maize cob sheaths and steamed. The dough is left to undergo lactic acid bacterial fermentation, a portion is then boiled to produce aflata, which is mixed with the remainder before cooking. Madidi is similar.
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