Category Archives: Recipes

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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Mulled Sobolo/Bissap/Zobo/Hibiscus Drink

As a non-alcoholic drinker, I sometimes feel left out during Christmas parties where mulled wine is served. So at home I always make mulled juice with mulled apple juice being my favourite. This year, I thought, there's got to be a change from apple. During my summer...
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Ginger Drink – Two ways!

Oooh! I just love this drink, it's not just satisfying but great and healthy for the body. Ginger drink is a Ghanaian traditional drink usually served at parties. I remember as a child there was always homemade ginger drink at any child's party I went to. We...
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Green Plantain Chips

Aaah, Ghanaians and Nigerians love their plantain chips, it's eaten usually as a snack and it's popularly sold as street food. I think plantain chips could appear on the top five 'street food snacks on the go' in both countries. We love them so much we have...
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