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A Ghanaian traditional food: Aprapransa.

There seem to be culturally ascribed foods to some ethnic groups in Ghana.Just like God in His covenant with the Israelites prohibited them from eating some foods and encouraged them to eat others, some tribes also have been ascribed to eat some foods more.

  11 days ago
A Ghanaian traditional food: Aprapransa.

Top 5 Traditional Dishes In Bono East Region That You would Love To Taste And Know More About.

Food is an essential part of life.Food is anything solid or liquid that is taking in by humans to sustain and maintain life by producing energy and other nutrients for the human body.Without Food, no one will survive under the sun.

  1 months ago
Top 5 Traditional Dishes In Bono East Region That You would Love To Taste And Know More About.

How to prepare your special Aprapransa.

How to prepare Aprapransa In this article, we’re preparing Aprapransa. We first start with the preparation of palm nut soup then we proceed to the second part. Ingredients; Palm nut extract, Dried fish( Any preferred meat can be added), Crab( as in the traditional way of garnishing the meal), Roasted cornmeal flour, Veg ( onions, pepper, ginger, garlic, tomatoes), Salt and seasons of choice. Now to the Steps  Prepare the meat or fish to be used. Season with your choice of seasons, add blended onions+garlic+ginger

  2 months ago
How to prepare your special Aprapransa.

11 Unusual Ghanaian Dishes You Need To Try Out

Hey Foodies! I'm certain we've all tried out the Banku and tilapias and the jollofs and all those regular foods we've been hearing about. Trust me there's more to Ghanaian food than the much sort after Banku and Tilapia. Here, I have put together 11 unusual yet delicious Ghanaian dishes you must try out. 1. Bambara beans with Tatale. This is heavenly goodness! If you love gob3 you need to try this out. It is a meal of bambara beans accompanied with soft blended ripe plantain that has been spiced and deep fried.

  9 months ago
11 Unusual Ghanaian Dishes You Need To Try Out

The Forgotten Nutritious Local Foods in Ghana. #bringbackourlocalfoods

I was extremely fortunate to grow up in the not-too-distant past when going to the farm on Saturdays was fun and eating mummy's home cooked local meals was always satisfying. There are some things that only our forefathers will know. There are other things that our generation may know which generations to come will never know. How did we get here? How do we allow our traditions, culture and heritage go extinct? Only some things are deemed important to keep and remember while others are left to be forgotten.

  10 months ago
The Forgotten Nutritious Local Foods in Ghana. #bringbackourlocalfoods

Prepare Special "Aprapransa" for Him, After Church Tomorrow Please. Learn How to, Step by Step. PICS

Aprapransa is not that kind of food you find on the streets of Ghana every day.It’s prepared specially and not everyone has the skill to make it come out right.

  1 months ago
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Have you tasted this delicious dish before? This is how 'Aprapransa' is Have you tasted this delicious dish before? This is how 'Aprapransa' is locally prepared (Photos)

Please don't forget to hit on the Follow + button to follow up with me for more of such educative and interesting articles. Welcome to my Clubs kitchen here where am gonna take you through a gradual processes of preparing the delicious Aprapransa, Ghanaian local dish of the people from the Greater Accra Region. The Ghanaian delicious dish originated from Ghana by the GaDangme People and served hot (serving temperature) The name 'Aprapransa' being it Two name in Ewe or Ga is called Akplezi and in Fante it's called

  7 months ago
Have you tasted this delicious dish before? This is how 'Aprapransa' is Have you tasted this delicious dish before? This is how 'Aprapransa' is 
locally prepared (Photos)

Saturday Special Recipe: How to prepare Aprapransa Home Cho traditional dish

Aprapransa is not that kind of food that one can find it on the streets of Ghana every day. It’s prepared specially and not everyone has the skill to make it come out right. It is one of the oldest traditionally locally made dish which is very nutritious for the body. It’s very nutritious and fulfilling and you’ll enjoy it when you get your hands on a bowl in one hot afternoon. Mostly the traditional recipe has been a delicious combination of grinded roasted cornmeal and palm nut soup. This dish is perfect

  8 months ago
Saturday Special Recipe: How to prepare Aprapransa Home Cho traditional dish