Baked, Grilled and Roasted

Grilled Chicken (Togo style)

Grilled chicken with the holy trinity of ginger, garlic and onions with a touch of palm oil. It just happens Togolese applaud the holy trinity of onions, garlic and ginger in seasoning meat. As a matter of fact, I think most West Africans love and use this. It is the basic and essential seasoning here in Ghana and is great…

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Beef meat balls

Hellooo friend! These are certainly irresistible meat balls. My mother was angry with me because she couldn’t stop at one. Most times, the best and most tasty foods come about when it is totally unplanned. I happen to have parsley and green pepper which needed to be used. It had to be immediate because the bell pepper was already on…

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Easy chicken shawarma

Hey, any shawarma fans out there? Before we start, I need to make an apology “I am sorry to the restaurant I have been dashing cash to, I figured this shawarma out and I am coming there no more. But I love that fisherman’s fried rice of yours. Never mind, I will be there when my pockets are over flowing”.…

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Baked chili salmon

This baked chili salmon is super easy to make. All you need is 5 ingredients: red chilli clove garlic honey And you good to go. You do not have to pretend you have your life sorted out. Because you made a tasty salmon for dinner in just 22 minutes. And to make it better, surround it with some vegetables, I…

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The utimate grilled chicken using kyinkyinga or suya spice native to some West Africans
Baked, Grilled and Roasted

Khebab spice grilled chicken

Every bite of this chicken is a revelation on it’s own thanks to the yogurt in the marinade. The yogurt tenderizes the chicken and the meat absorbs the marinade to the bone. We love it spicy! Khebab spice is a spice blend here in Ghana which is normally used to grill meat on skewers. Some call it chinchiga pepper, mouko…

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