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5 Easy steps to cook Jollof like a PRO

Jollof Rice is a favourite West African party dish thought to have originated with the Wolof tribe in Senegal. However, the constant banta between some countries throws some uncertainty about its originality and who cooks it best. Cooking the best Jollof Rice can be a bit tricky...
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Knowledge Bank – Corn

Corn This is crushed corn/maize specifically called Oblayo in Ghana. Corn is scientifically known as Zea Mays reflecting the traditional name maize as known in some countries such as Ghana. Some local names are 'Ebro' in Akan, 'Abele' in...
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Knowledge Bank – Aniseed (Nkitinkiti)

This is #Aniseed /#pimpinella #Anisum /# nkitinkiti as it's popularly known in Ghana. #nkitinkiti has a sweet and aromatic flavour. As a child learning how to cook, I was told to add this to almost everything I cooked. From making #meko for stews, marinades for chicken, meat...
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