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Liven Up Your Day With This Bambara Beans Recipe

"Bambara" beans are a West African legume. Legumes thrive in Ghana, thanks to the country's ideal climatic conditions for vegetation. "Bambara" beans and groundnuts have a few characteristics in common, thus they grow in the same way. The delectable beans are prepared in a variety of ways, resulting in distinct but wonderful flavors. The beans have a high protein content, which is good for the body. The beans can be ground into flour and used in cake and cookie baking. Some beverages are made with the powder. Many Ghanaians experiment with "bambara "beans, inventing new ways to incorporate this nutrient-dense ingredient into their daily diets. Black, dark brown, red, white, cream, or a combination of these hues can be found in the seeds. "Bambara" beans have a nutty, earthy flavor that is similar to a mix of chickpea and pinto bean. Bambara beans can be served as a side dish in the shape of a stew or cooked without the use of oil. This dish can be served with fried plantains, "tatale," or "kaklo." Soak the beans overnight or for a few minutes before bringing them to a boil to make a quick dinner. I will show you how to make a delicious bambara bean meal today. The following ingredients are required to prepare this dish:

Ingredients


 2 cups of bambara beans

2 medium-sized onions

Tomatoes 

 cloves of grated garlic 

A thumb of grated 

Spice powder

 tomatoe puree


Vegetable oil

Salt to taste


Directions


To soften the bambara beans, soak them overnight.

Bring the beans to a boil for about an hour. Before removing them from the fire, make sure they're soft.



On a heated saucepan , drizzle vegetable oil. Stir in the onions until they are tender and translucent



Stir in the grated ginger and garlic paste.Throw in the chopped tomatoes and tomato puree cover the saucepan



Add the already boiled bambara beans to the mixture and stir until a thick broth forms.Add a pinch of salt to taste.let it simmer for some few minutes.



Serve and enjoy.


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