Kenkey is a predominantly coastal Ghana staple and, therefore, as expected it is traditionally had with fried fish. It is made out of fermented maize dough and it is probably the most common staple dish in Accra. The fermented dough Kenkey is processed and cooked. Fascinating but complex process which probably explains why Kenkey is often bought already made from vendors and very few people are skilled in the art of making it to be able to make it at home. Traditionally kenkey (both Ga and Fanti) goes with fried fish. .