In Ghana, preparing common cuisines that unite us as a people has become a popular habit among individuals in diverse houses around the country. Due to the significant impact of socialisation and peaceful co-existence for people living in a community, people now relish the opportunity to sample the staple foods of different tribes. People from other ethnic groups also settle in different regions as a result of rural urban migration for a variety of reasons, including learning a trade, seeking greener pastures, and so on. As a result, it is increasingly normal nowadays to eat the staple meals of others.
. The ewes are famous for delicacies like as "Akple" and "Fetri detsi" for the Bono people, as well as "Fufu" and "Ebunuebunu" soup. In this post, I'll show you how to make "nkatenkonto" soup, which is a simple and quick dish. Groundnut paste and cocoyam leaves are the key ingredients in this soup, hence it's called that. Rice balls, "fufu," and "banku," to name a few, are commonly served with it. It can also be made with any type of protein and a range of condiments to achieve the desired flavor and taste. To get started, please join me in my kitchen. We'll need the following items to get started:
Smoked mud fish
The meat must be washed.
Combine the onion, garlic, and ginger in a food processor and blend until smooth. Steam for a while after seasoning with salt and spice powder.
Combine the peppers and tomatoes in a blender, then add to the boiling meat in a pot.
Wash the cocoyam leaves, then cover them with water and bring them to a boil over medium heat.
To make a fine pulp, combine the peanut paste and water and cook over medium heat. Until there's oil on the surface .After mixing it with water, pour it into the soup and bring to a boil.
Blend the cooked cocoyam leaves and add them to the soup .
Allow the soup to simmer on low heat.
To taste, season with salt
Serve with rice balls or "fufu" to complete the meal.
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