Hausa Koko (Spicy millet porridge) - Ogi baba

Hausa Koko (Spicy millet porridge) - Ogi baba

Hausa Koko is spicy millet porridge made from fermented millet or corn flour. The grains-millet are soaked in water for about two to three days, the water drained away and then sent to the grinding mill for grinding. Before grinding some spices are added such as red chili peppers, ginger and black peppercorns. The grains are ground in the grinding mill, dried and packaged ready for export, giving opportunity to people living in the cities and other parts of the world to use it.
Hausa Koko is best eaten with Ghanaian doughnuts called Bofrot or can be eaten with Nigerian bean cake called Akara. This Hausa koko is usually eaten as a breakfast dish and a major meal at down during Ramadan.

Check this website on how to prepare Hausa koko: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IXWrnWbYKo

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