Accra beans is a very easy, delicious and crunchy deep-fried fritter made from black-eyed peas. It is a common street snack in Cameroon, at least the Cameroon I know. Erroneously, I thought it was a snack enjoyed only in Cameroon, it was a pleasant surprise to know it is more of a West African snack. In Nigeria, it is called akara or fried bean cake which is normally eaten with bread, ogi or garri. I must say I am amazed at how Nigeria and English- Cameroon are similar in food cultures. This fritter is also enjoyed in Sierra Leone, known as binch akara in Krio. In Ghana, accra beans go by Koose. So you see it is widely consumed across West Africa.
So how do you get it done?
The procedure outlined here is quite similar to the method of preparing koki beans. They part ways at some point, though.
I will show you how to get it done