These sweet potatoes are made with eggs, onions, bell pepper and spiced with curry powder and black pepper. You can add chilli powder or any hot sauce for extra heat. Remember I told you, the bread crumbs and hot oil does not do me good, it was omitted and it still came out great.
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Sweet potato balls

Adapted from the Ghanaian yam balls, these sweet potato balls are easy to make.  No deep frying, no bread crumbs, neither is it baked and can be made within 35 to 40 minutes.   Ready to make sweet potato balls? I have been eating this all week, breakfast, snack, lunch, just dip it on shito, mmm… lovely! They are just easy…

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Waakye-Rice and beans cooked with dried millet stalk leaves.
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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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Tatale

Wondering what to do with those overripe plantain? Make tatale. Tatale and Kakro are similar in preparation and taste. However, tatale is pan-fried whiles kakro is deep-fried. Taste wise, they both the same. Frying tatale is daunting to most people. Before I tried it myself, I always taught it is difficult. I had seen people spend hours frying tatale when…

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These are truely baked yam balls with a cornflakes crust. You would not miss the oil.
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Baked sausage yam balls

My middle sister Nancy is an avid yam balls fan. Among all the foods in the world, it is yam balls she would fight for. Nancy loves yam balls and obviously embraces the hot oil and all the mess associated with frying yam balls. She has done well and earned a masters in yam balls making. Now, she makes perfect…

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Jollof got a make over with coconut milk, try this, thank me later!
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Coconut jollof

Rich tasting jollof cooked with light coconut milk instead of water. It will be your new favourite jollof. Coconut does wonders! I had seen coconut jollof across the web but I had never thought of trying it till one faithful afternoon when I was clearing the freezer. There was a very old gravy probably three months old (it happens a…

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Coconut oil rice and beans

I love rice infused dishes. It is like eating a billion grain of infused flavours. Jollof is a classical example of billion grains of infused flavours, this gizzard rice is also a great example. I absolutely have no idea what I am saying but I am hoping I am making sense. This rice and beans is infused with coconut oil…

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