Asanka, earthenware dish, is a Ghanaian grinding pot that is made out of clay with ridges inside.
- It is commonly referred to as traditional blender and appropriately used where there is no electricity .
- It is also called pounding pot.
- The Ga’s call it Kaa whiles the Akans call it apotoyewaa or Asanka.
- It is commonly used in the chop Bars as serving bowls
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