Abunuabunu is a local soup of the people from the Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana. It is made from cocoyam leaves (locally called kontomire) together with other ingredients (tomatoes, snails, smoked fish, onions, green pepper, turkey berries (Asante - twi kwahu nsusua) and salt).
Wash and add fresh tomatoes and onion, then cover the saucepan. Plug stalks from the cocoyam leaves and carefully wash. Put leaves in a saucepan and add water pepper and kwansesaawa and cover to boil for 5 – 8 minutes. Remove tomatoes and onion from the soup and grind if its well cooked.
Many people wouldn't understand this delecacy , many feel like it is not good for Human consumption, when others claim they have tried it and it taste better than it looks.
Others felt like it looks like an abandoned lake full of dead fishes, but all in all it is clear that in Ghana they enjoy it.
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