Omo tuo is a Ghanaian staple food made with rice. The rice is usually cooked with more water than usual to make it softer. It is then beaten a little to make it smooth and shaped into sizable balls. Its English designation is thus "Rice Balls." It is usually served with tasty soup made of groundnut or palmnuts. It's a Ghanaian delicacy enjoyed by all people groups most notably Akans, who coined its name.
- "Ghana Food Rice". ghanaweb.com. Retrieved 4 October 2014.
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