Tuo Zaafi is a traditional Ghanaian food that originated from the northern part of Ghana. It is one of the most enjoyed meals in the region and Ghana as a whole.
Tuozafi is prepared with either millet dough or corn dough depending on the taste of the consumer with the final output looking white and rounded.
The food is eaten with a special stew prepared primarily with ayoyo, local leaves. The main ingredient required to prepare Tuozaafi and stew include, Corn or Millet dough, ayoyo leaves, tomatoes, onions, smoke or dried fish depending on the taste of the consumer, palm oil, pepper and salt.
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