|Place of origin||Ghana|
|Created by||GaDangme(or Ga) people|
|Main ingredients||black eyed peas (beans), tomatoes,onions, palm oil, red chili, pepper, and salt|
Red red is a Ghanaian dish composed of black eyed peas, cooked in palm oil/vegetable oil with plantain. The dish derives its name from the red color it takes on from the red palm oil (zomi) and the fried plantain. Red Red typically consists of fish, such as tinned mackerel or pilchards, black eyed peas, scotch bonnet peppers, onions, oil and tomatoes. It is commonly known in Ghana as 'kokoo ne beans'. Though often served with fish, red red can also be vegetarian. It can be served with fried plantain, avocado, and rice or garri for a complete meal.
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