Ghanaian style chicken sauce normally served with fried rice
Ghana, Stews and sauces

Ghanaian chicken sauce with carrots and onions

This Ghanaian chicken sauce is similar to a Chinese stir-fry, it is very quick and tasty, perfect for weeknight. I normally tend to save chicken breast whenever we buy full chicken without having any plan for it. It become a habit my mother is not happy with…. you don’t want to hear her scream when she is searching for something…

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Ghanaian style cabbage stew using smoked tuna.
Ghana, Stews and sauces

Tuna cabbage stew

Ghanaian style cabbage stew using smoked tuna. You can use canned tuna in oil or any smoked fish of choice for variation. Happy Monday! How was your weekend? What did you make or bake? I made lots of banana bread which I will be sharing with you soon. Meanwhile let’s talk smoked tuna and cabbage today. This is a very…

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Gari and cassava comes together perfectly in this cassava coconut biscuits.
Biscuits and Cookies, Ghana

Cassava coconut biscuits/ cookies

Gari and cassava comes together perfectly in this cassava coconut biscuits. Happy Monday! I am thrilled to share this biscuit recipe today. Cassava coconut biscuits. But do not shy away from it yet; I have taken up a challenge from my sister to use our local ingredients specifically our flours to make baked goods. I came across this recipe about…

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Slow cooked coco yam with smoked herrings and mackerel, mpotopoto is a real comfort food any time, any day.
Ghana, One pot meals

Mackerel and Herrings Mpotopoto

Slow cooked coco yam with smoked herrings and mackerel, mpotopoto is a real comfort food any time, any day. When I was a kid, I had friends who would frown on mpotopoto. Why would you even do that?It is my thing you know. Just like a friend will choose aprepresa over jollof anyday, I will choose mpotopoto over aprepresa anyday.…

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With Ghanaian pancake, there is always a hint of nutmeg.
Desserts, Ghana

Ghanaian pancake recipe

With Ghanaian pancake, there is always a hint of nutmeg. Writing this reminds me of that nestle advert in which a grandmother and granddaughter were competing over pancakes or something. What I loved about the advert was when the grandmother said twea nutmeg kakra gumu (put in a little nutmeg). These Ghanaian oldies and nutmeg. About seventeen years ago, my…

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