Food in Ghana, West Africa

Whilst most of us think that African lives only on maze and corn (well I did once – watching too much of National Geography), you will be surprised how common some of the foods are in Ghana with Malaysia. When I was there for an assignment last year, we were living mostly of nasi goreng (“fried rice”), Chinese noodles and Indian tandori chicken.

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Buffet lunch at the work place – finger licking good! Fried rice and salad is a must in every buffet

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The fast food in Accra – Nandos, Pizza Inn and Chicken Inn – fried chicken, pizza and burger (3 main course for daily food intake)

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Tapau food – fried rice & fried chicken or fish & chips in very very large portions (sufficient for 3 people to eat). Each tapau cost about RM15.00

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Lobster and plain rice with one of the local beers (beer + apple juice = very tasty) – about RM50.00

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Ingredients for a small snack at the hotel room

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Food for 10 people = GHC877,000 = RM376.00! (way too expensive)

 

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