ATTIE’KE’- Ache-ke’ (Cassava Couscous)
ATTIE’KE’ is a side dish that is native to the Ivory Coast, West Africa. However, it is also eaten in Liberia and the western part of Ghana.
Attie’ke’ is made from the Cassava / Yuca plant that is found mostly in West Africa and South America. It is prepared from fermented cassava that has been granulated.
I did not eat at all when growing up but I had heard about it several times. I guess it was because my parents had never eaten it or ate it and did not like it.
So when I finally ate it a few years ago, it was so delicious and I felt very cheated because I had been missing out for over 30 years. To make matters worse, it’s so easy to make!
The best place to find this product is an African Store or good ole Amazon. And a popular brand Nayama Natural Attie’ke’. Open up the contents in the box and cook with water, olive oil, and salt.
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ATTIE'KE'- Ache-ke' (Cassava Couscous)
Attie'ke' is a side dish made from cassava which originates from the Ivory Coast.
- 2 Cups Nayama Natural Attie'ke'
- 2 Cups Water
- 1 Tbsp Olive Oil
- Veggies for garnishing
- Salt to taste
In a bowl pour in your attieke, water, salt, and oil. Mix all the ingredients
Put it in a microwave oven for 5 minutes. Around the 2 minute mark run a fork through it up.
Garnish with veggies once its done with veggies