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Attiéké is dish made from Cassava that is part of the cuisine of Côte d'Ivoire in West Africa and enjoyed by the Nzema tribe in Ghana.
The dish is prepared from fermented Cassava that has been grated and steamed.
This recipe uses Gari which is fermented grated and fried Cassava and as such it’s a creative recipe.
I have included natural Yoghurt to this recipe, to mimic the slight sour taste of the traditional Attieke mixture. Best to add some Olive oil to the steamed Gari for a depth of flavour.
Alternatively you can purchase Attieke online or from specialist African Grocers, break it into crumbs, steam it and follow the rest of the recipe.
200g of Gari
1 tablespoonful of natural Yoghurt
2 tablespoonfuls of Water
1 tablespoonful of Olive oil
Salt to taste
Crumble 200g of ready made Attieke and steam.
Watch how to prepare this creative recipe on my YouTube channel below;
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Best to serve the Attieke with my Fish or Lamb stew recipe.
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