Baked Ghanaian chips AKA pastry chips, flaky with subtle sweetness and flavour from nutmeg.
Ghana

Baked Ghanaian chips (Pastry chips)

Baked Ghanaian chips AKA pastry chips, flaky with subtle sweetness and flavour from nutmeg. The most served snack at homes, parties, get-together, etc here during the Christmas holidays is chips, my grandmother be somewhere might say chi-bis.These chips are either fried or baked, flavoured with onions, garlic, nutmeg, sometimes pepper and sugar. My auntie was very popular during the Christmas…

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These sweet and spicy coated groundnuts are mildly spiced, sweet and crunchy.
Ghana

Sweet and spicy coated groundnuts (Peanuts)

These sweet and spicy coated groundnuts are mildly spiced, sweet and crunchy. I would always frown upon coated groundnuts at parties when it is served. It is mostly bland and taste raw inside with too much oil. Then a relative changed my life completely with her sweet and spicy coated groundnuts when she catered for a party. But with most…

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These crunchy fried gizzards are double coated in a wonderful flour and spice mixture making it crunchy and tasty. Do not attempt a taste test!
Ghana

Crunchy fried gizzards

These crunchy fried gizzards are double coated in a wonderful flour and spice mixture making it crunchy and tasty. Do not attempt a taste test! Meet your new favourite crunchy fried gizzards. I know fried gizzards has lots of fans here and popular at most gatherings and parties. Hey rusty banger university drink up party. These crunchy fried gizzards is…

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Waakye-Rice and beans cooked with dried millet stalk leaves.
Ghana, Sides

Homemade waakye

Waakye-Rice and beans cooked with dried millet stalk leaves. Waakye should be made Ghana’s national dish. I am yet to come across anyone who does not like waakye. I truly do. Surprisingly, waakye is just a simple side dish of rice and beans cooked with dried millet stalk leaves. To make waakye, you need: dried millet leaves’ this is what…

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