Kanzo is a term in Ghana used to describe the hard sticky part of cooked rice or basically the under of rice.
Kanzo is undoubtedly enjoyed by most people in Ghana and people internationally request it when buying from food vendors and it is given for free.
It is amazing this Kanzo that is not really regarded here, has been rebranded outside and selling for $7.58.
Apparently, astute Ghanaian media personality, Nana Aba Anamoah had the shock of her life after buying ‘kanzo’ in the US for $7.58.
In the photo the GHOne news editor shared on her Instagram page proves Kanzo is seen well packaged in a bag with the price tag, $7.58 and name, scorched rice wrote on it.
She wrote; They’re selling kanzo at $7.58 and calling it a fancy name. 🤦🏽♂️ Scorched rice 😂
Auntie, ma me jollof 3 cedis. 3ya fa scorched rice Kakra w) no. Jollof seller: fa wo gyimie fri me so k)