Rice master: Ghanaian roadside chef throwing rice like football goes viral

Rice master: Ghanaian roadside chef throwing rice like football goes viral

- A local chef in Ghana who serves as the roadside has gone viral online after he was captured displaying amazing skills with rice

- He was seen throwing rice from the pan on fire into an ice chest that was about four meters away, with no grain falling to the ground

- One of the many social media users who reacted to the video indicated that the Ghanaian roadside chef is "fried rice mu Messi".

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A young Ghanaian chef has been captured displaying mindblowing skills with fried rice and the video is fast going viral with massive reactions.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal handle of Ashraf Mohammed, the gentleman who recorded the footage was so amazed that he said the president needs to see.

The chef whose name is not mentioned was seen throwing rice from the pan on fire into an ice chest that was about four meters away, with none falling to the ground.

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It is not surprising that social media users who watched the video could not resist flooding the thread with their hilarious and comments of admiration.

See the comments below:

According to Yaw Asante, the skill was great but could contaminate the food with germs in the surrounding.

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SDB said that the Ghanaian roadside chef is "fried rice mu Messi".

Adimchi saw how appetizing the rice was

In other news, the Hagan Family, a Ghanaian family of five who are all great singers, has performed Awerekyekyere, one of the most renowned classics of all time in Ghana.

This time, the family was represented by only four out of the five, but that did not affect the quality of their ministration in any way.

With a keyboard as the only instrument, the Hagan Family from the Central Region of Ghana delivered a remix that Akwaboah, the composer of the song will unarguably be elated to watch.

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