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Check out the recipe for this mouthwatering Ghanaian groundnut soup

Groundnut soup is one of Ghana's most common soups because it goes well with a variety of foods like "fufu", rice balls, banku, "kokonte", yams, and gari.

This article aims to show you how to make groundnut soup on those days when you can't think of anything else to eat except groundnut soup.

The simple steps to prepare it are mentioned below.

Ingredients

1. 400g of Groundnut paste

2. Chicken/Meat (You may choose what you prefer and the quantity)

3.Smoked/fried fish (Choose the quantity you prefer)

4. 1 fresh tomato.

5. 1 Tablespoon tomato puree.

6. Ginger root.

7. 2 Large onion.

8. Garlic cloves.

9. Seasoning.

10. Salt to taste.

11. Fresh pepper.

Instructions

1. Clean the meat that will be used and place it in the saucepan.

2. Combine one onion, garlic, and ginger in a blender.

3. Put the meat on top of the blended mixture.

4. Season with salt and pepper to taste, as well as a splash of water.

5. Stir well and cook/steam for 10 minutes over high heat.

6. Cut the second onion in half and coarsely chop the ginger. in addition,

enable a few bare leaves and pepper to steam with the steaming beef.

7 While the meat is steaming, move the peanut butter to a separate saucepan, add the tomato puree, and stir well.

8 Continue to swirl the peanut until the oil resurfaces on the surface.

9 Extract the onion, ginger, and pepper from the steaming meat and mix with the tomatoes in a blender.

10 Pour the blended tomatoes over the steamed meat in a strainer.

11 Strain the soup and add the cooked peanuts as well. To minimize waste, fill the strainer's base with more water.

12. As the soup thickens, add more water to thin it out.

13 Allow for 10-15 minutes of cooking time.

14 Toss in some okro chunks, garden eggs, and whole pepper, if desired, with the smoked/fried fish.

15 Fufu, rice balls, banku, "kokonte", yam, or gari are ready to serve.


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