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Kube cake

This sweet brings back nostalgia from my young days when we used to attend Martyrs of Uganda Church in Ghana. For me the highlight of the day was munching on one of the sweets sold by the street vendors who flooded the church compound. Oh these vendors...
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Waakye Stew

Waakye Stew as the name goes is basically a popular stew served with waakye. A good waakye must have a good waakye stew otherwise it's not 'the waakye'. In Ghana, waakye stew is known to be best made by people from the northern parts and it's one...
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Akoko Nkate Nkwan (Chicken Groundnut Soup)

If you have been visiting my blog here or a follower on Instagram, you will know by now that Ghanaians love their soups. A good meal by Ghanaian standards will usually be a hearty soup with some carbohydrate usually fufu. Interestingly for me, I have never been...
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How to Make Rice Balls (Omo Tuo)

Rice balls or Omotuo as we affectionately call it, are basically softened rice traditionally shaped into balls. Rice balls are accompaniments to soups. It is usually an alternative for people who don’t eat our popular fufu. Although it is not as popular as fufu, it has gained a special place in the hearts of Ghanaians. It is so special, most restaurants dedicate Sunday’s as Omotuo Special.

How to skim off oil from Palmnut Soup

This is the oil that was skimmed off the soup. Let it cool and store in the fridge for use within some couple of days or freeze for longer storage. Use the palm oil for abomu (see garden egg or kontomire abomu posts). This flavour infused oil will add to the taste of the abomu, making it so yummy.