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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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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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Knowledge Bank – Chilli

#Chillies / #Mako #dwanee /#Akwele #waabii /#Barkono /#shito #gbinn /#mako /#yebese #toto /#cayenne #pepper Chillies you either like it hot or not! I think we all know what we use chillies for! What most us are not aware of are it's health benefits. Chillies are an amazing...
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