Ghanaian street food is the best.
But don't tell that to any Nigerian, they would swear by God that their things like moin moin are what the gods eat. But then again, these Nigerians are the same people who have fought with Ghanaians over "Jollof"...and lost.
With finger foods like "bofrot", "kelewele" and "kaklo", Ghanaians have been the most ingenious at healthy snacks. But today, let us take just 5 seconds to appreciate "chinchinga" aka "khebab".
1. Just look at this colorful beauty
The smell of the suya seasoning on the meat against the hot grill will surely evokes pleasant memories in every true Ghanaian.
2. THIS is the food of the gods
If you're feeling all brofolized, Suya is a spicy shish kebab (skewered meat)
3. That time chichinga decided to partner quality Ghanaian Jollof
Chichinga is also a good accompaniment to different meals.
4. This khebab won’t leave you for another man (or woman)
Locals would tell you to make sure you're buying your chinchinga from a Northerner. How true that is, we can't assert.
5. This is 5-star chichinga!
Suya is an African grilled appetizer believed to have originated with the Hausa (Haoussa) people in northern Nigeria and Niger.
But no matter the source, Ghanaians have perfected it.