Okomfo Kwame Anokye Frimpon Kotobre, known as Okomfo Anokye, was a Ghanaian first fetish priest (a traditional spiritual leader)) of the Ashanti Empire. He is well known for been very instrumental in the creation of the Ashanti Empire. The tales, the wonders and the miracles of Okomfo Anokye is not known only in Ghana, but have traveled far and wide.
This recipe is rich, tender, and delicious Plantain pancakes Plantain pancakes are like pancakes but with a sweet plantain taste. It is good for breakfast or make it for dessert with coconut sauce. Ingredients 2 medium overly ripe plantains 1 cup puree 1 1/2 cups flour 2/3- cup milk
This biscuit is crispy and amazing. Cassava Coconut biscuits (Cookies) It is basically gari, fresh coconut, baking powder and flour mixed with margarine or butter, sugar and egg this is used in making this snack. Ingredients 2 tablespoon/ 28g butter or margarine 1/4 cup/50g sugar
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Welcome to josh_nkp's page on this news hub. Kindly tap the follow button above if haven't, to receive quick notification on any new article I post. Hmmm, most people don't believe in superstitions. There are so many superstitious sayings from our parents, but I'm sure you've never heard of them.
Can certain nutrients boost your bed performance? Since antiquity, people were looking for specific foods in order to improve their bed performance and fertility. A great number of different foods have been known to have a proven effect on improving stamina. Photo credit: Shutterstock You may have heard that eating fruits (and vegetables) is good for you, but why?
THIS WEED MUST NOT BE KILLED! IT'S ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL HEALING HERBS ON THE PLANET AND IT'S PROBABLY GROWING RIGHT NOW NEAR YOU. Plantains are low-growing plants that can be found growing virtually anyplace and are utilized as therapeutic herbs.Plantain is considered a weed in some quarters, although it is truly one of the most therapeutic herbs on the earth.
4 countries that eat 'Fufu as a staple food' apart from Ghana. Some eat coloured fufu with okra. See
Never miss any news update from our channel. Kindly tap on the +Follow button on the top right corner of your screen to follow Quik.news. Fufu is a type of heavy food popularly eaten by most Ghanaians and other countries you never knew. It is a staple food known in various countries in West Africa and Central Africa, such as Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia, Benin, Togo, Nigeria, Cote D'Ivoire, the two Congos, Cameroon, the Central African Republic and Gabon.
The main dishes of this region are "Akple" with okro soup or stew, fufu with palm nut soup, Abolo with shrimps and "one man thousand" banku with okro stew or pepper, red-red or beans stew and fried plantains. Ingredients for preparing "Akple" are:
It is Sunday, the whole family is usually home at this time of the week and it is time to eat together before Monday comes with its stress up to Saturday or Friday. After church, many people like to visit the various restaurants, chop bars or food branches to grab themselves a handful of food.
It's no secret that as Ghanaians we have some of the most delicious and well known foods around the globe. Internationally, some people even visit just to have a taste of our diverse culture and impeccable cuisines. Here's a list of foods almost every Ghanaian enjoys ;
Africa has always been known for the exotic cuisines and dishes of its people. Foreigners travel far and wide not only for a feel of our unique cultures but also to experience the varying dishes we have. Ghana, a country in West Africa probably holds the title for country with most famous dishes followed by Nigeria, South Africa and the others.
Pionono is a Puerto Rican savoury plantain roll stuffed with a tasty beef filling Picadillo. Perfect as a snack, lunch and even dinner. Fried plantain meat pie INGREDIENTS 2 tbsp. olive oil 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 large yellow onion, minced 1 tsp. ground cumin
One of the most successful female musicians in Ghana's Entertainment Industry Wendy Shay might be the reason for the increment in the prices of gob3 and plantain. The popular Ghanaian musician made a reference to gob3 in her new song dubbed Heat and was recently spotted at a gob3 joint busily abusing a bowl of gob3 and plantain.
The essence of farming system to the economy of Ghana. Farming is one of a major way a country can use to develop.farming is the cultivation of crops and rearing animals. Every country needs food so you can really make much profit from Farming.It could either be in exporting them or processing it to finish or semi finish goods.
One must travel a long way from his country our ethnic group to taste, learn and experience how unique kinds of food sources are prepared and enjoyed by some group of people across the globe. Conventional Ghanaian food is encapsulated by the dissemination of food crops. With the obviousness of tropical produce like corn, beans, millet, plantains, and cassava which most ethnic groups creatively use these staples to make appetizing dishes for their food.
Ingredients Fried Ripe Plantain 4 Ripe Plantains Cooking Oil ¼ tsp of salt Beans Stew 2 cups of Black eye beans ½ cup of palm oil 2 medium onions 1 habanero pepper 1 cup diced tomatoes 2 inches of Ginger Hutwise Smoked Mackerel or any Meat/fish of your choice ½ Maggie crevette
Garden Eggs Stew is a nutritious stew that is enjoyed by many people across Ghana. Garden Egg stew can be eaten with rice, boiled yam, boiled plantain and many others. It is known to be rich in vitamins. People who enjoy the delicacy believe it good for the formation of blood cells and improve vision.
These plantain chips are ultra-crispy, tasty and so addictive. Plantain chips: Healthy plantain recipes These easy tips work all the time so save your money and leave the store-bought plantain chips. Ingredients 3 green plantains (unripe and firm to the touch) ½ teaspoon salt Oil for frying