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How to make Miyan Kuka (Baobab leaves soup)

Kuka is a Northern Ghanaian delicacy and very delicious.

Baobab leaves are a staple ingredient in cooking in Africa. It is locally known as Kuka and commonly used in making Kuka soup


3 tablespoons dry baobab leaves powder

1kg cow ribs (cut into pieces)

2 dry catfish

2 cooking spoons red palm oil

2 handfuls crayfish (2 tablespoons ground crayfish)

1 flat round Dawa dawa 

Habanero pepper

1 onion

2 big seasoning cubes



Cook the cow ribs with the flavoring 3D shapes and onion. 

At the point when the meat is done, turn off the warmth, eliminate the pieces of onion then, at that point take out the meat from the hamburger stock. 

Add the Kuka powder, spreading over the meat stock as you add. Then, at that point mix very well with an opened spoon to guarantee that you get a smooth blend without bumps. 

Add the pepper, crawfish and dawa mix and palm oil. Mix well overall. 

Cover and cook for 5 minutes on medium warmth, mixing it occasionally. 

Following 5 minutes, add the cooked meat and some salt if important. Mix well overall. 

Cover and when it bubbles once more, it is finished. 

Present with your banku, eba or even tuo.

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