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How to make the authentic Ghanaian Kelewele

Kelewele is a famous Ghanaian street food. 

It is basically seared plantains that have been prepared with an assortment of flavors and presented with groundnut

6 Ripe Plantains 

1/2 piece crude ginger 

1/2 White onion 

2 cloves garlic 

1 tsp nutmeg 

1 tsp Cayenne pepper 

1 tsp Anise seed 

1 tsp salt 

Oil for fricasseeing 


Utilizing a sharp blade, cut a shallow line down the length of the plantain and strip back the skin. 

Cleave the plantain into little blocks of around 1-inch size. 

Mesh the ginger into an enormous bowl then, at that point add hacked garlic and cleaved onions. 

Presently in the bowl mix in your cayenne pepper, anise seed, nutmeg and salt. Blend well. 

Then, include your plantain solid shapes and throw to cover in the flavor blend. Leave to rest for 30 minutes. 

In a profound skillet, add sufficient oil to marginally lower the plantains and warmth to 350 degrees F. 

Separate the plantain into groups so that each parcel can broil without contacting each other. This is urgent to accomplishing the correct surface. 

Presently for each group, add into the skillet to brown, turning once during the interaction. It should require around 5 minutes for every cluster. 

Utilize a sifter scoop to eliminate the plantains from the skillet and lay on a plate covered with paper towels. 

Daintily spot the plantains with paper towels to absorb any abundance oil and serve right away.

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Anise Cayenne Ghanaian Kelewele


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