Traditional Ghanaian food is characterised by a variety food crops including corn, beans, millet, plantains and cassava – all prepared in creative ways to produce mouth-watering dishes. The Ghana High Commission will be laying out an enticing spread that is bound to draw foodies from all around. Favourites like palm nut soup, ampesi and palava sauce (boiled yam or plantain), beans stew and fried plantain, and many more will be up for grabs.
Ghana is also well known for its cocoa production and at Taste of Malaysia the High Commission will also be presenting products under the GoldenTree umbrella, each of which is made from 100% Ghana premium cocoa beans and no cocoa butter substitutes. From lush Kingsbite milk chocolate, to the premium dark Tetteh Quarshie, each bar is a chocolate lovers dream.