Agbeli Kaklo (in Ewe dialect ) or Bankye Krakro (in Twi dialect) as popularly called in Ghana and also known as cassava balls in English is a traditional snack by the Ewe ethnic group. They are smaller circular balls made with dry cassava dough (starch has been squeezed out ) mixed with onions and salt to taste and then deep fried in an oil. They are fried until turned into yellowish brown color before taken out of the oil to dry to give its crunchy nature. They are best served with dry coconut meat. Mid morning and afternoons are the best time to get them fresh to consume. You can find them in almost every local market you visit in Ghana. Vegetarians may find them as good friends.