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How to make Toolu Beef Angwa Mu (Salted Cured Beef Oil Rice)

Angwa Mu literally meaning Oil Rice is another favourite way of cooking rice in Ghana.

This recipe can be cooked plain without the salted beef (Toolu beef) but the toolu beef takes it to another level.


3 Cups Rice 

2 ½ Cups of Boiling Water

A handful of Salted Cured Beef (Toolu Beef) 

1 Small White Onion 

1 Small Red Onion

2 Big Bay Leaves

1 Tsp White Pepper

1 Tsp Black Pepper

1 Tbsp Butter

3 Tbsp Olive Oil

Salt to taste


Peel and cut the white onions into half-moons. 

Peel and cut the red onions into circles. 

Spot a thick put together pot with respect to the hob and warmth up. Add the olive oil and spread and warmth up until hot. 

Add the white onions and the inlet leaves, mix and fry until the white onions begin to look clear. 

Add the salted restored hamburger and mix. Fry for around 3 minutes. 

Wash the rice in a strainer until the water runs clear and totally channel. 

Add the rice to the pot and mix. Rejecting the sides and lower part of the pot to deglaze the pot. 

Add the white and dark pepper, mix and let the rice fry for around 2 minutes. 

Presently add the bubbling water and touch of salt to taste. Mix and cover the rice with kitchen foil in addition to the pot cover. 

Turn down the warmth or move to a more modest burner with the warmth totally turned down. 

Cook the rice until delicate and all the water is absorbed in the rice. 

When cooked add the red onions and mix. 

Serve rice with shito, fish, barbecued chicken, coleslaw or anything you extravagant.

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