Monthly Archives: December 2015

Rockies

Rockies are probably not originally Ghanaian, but they've been part of traditional pastries sold as street snacks for such a long time, we can safely add it to our traditional Ghanaian snacks. Rockies are so easy to make and the kids love them.I remember as a child,...
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Ghana Style Corned Beef Meat Pie

Ghana style meat pies are mainly loved because of its rich shortcrust pastry and filling. Actually, most times the rich pastry is more desirable than the filling. In Ghana, meat pies are usually sold as street food snacks. Every one has their favourite vendor. People do actually...
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Corned Beef Yam Balls

In Ghana yams are an everyday staple food. Majority of the time, it is boiled and served with some yummy earthy sauce like palava sauce, garden eggs abom, agushie stew or any of our well loved soups. If not boiled, it is fried and served with shito...
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Ghana Style Baked Sweet Chips

Ooh! for me as a child, Christmas was more about baking, pastries, doughnuts, fanta, muscatella, the house filled with lovely smells throughout the day. My parents were such generous people. During the Christmas season, they would either kill one of their cows from the farm and share...
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Toolu Beef Angwa Mu (Salted Cured Beef Oil Rice)

Angwa Mu literally meaning Oil Rice is another favourite way of cooking rice in Ghana. It is so simple to cook yet satisfying. It can be cooked plain without the salted beef (Toolu beef) but the toolu beef takes it to another level. Toolu beef is a...
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