Tag Archive for: Ghana Cuisine

Ghana – Gari Foto

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Meals are of different kind. Some very easy, some very difficult. Today is about Gari Foto. It is an easy dish. Easy to prepared and of low income.

Ghana – Mpotor Mpotor

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Mpotor mpotor is a Ghanaian cuisine, though also common in Cameroon. In Cameroon, there is no special name prescribed for this cuisine. We just call it mashed yams, or mashed potatoes.

Ghana – Akple

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The Ewe tribe from Ghana have another cuisine to take a taste from. Akple may seem slightly alike with Banku yet there is a big difference here. Akple is from Ewe tribe in Volta region while Banku is from Ga Tribe of the Greater Accra region.

Ghana – Tuo Zaafi

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Tuo Zaafi is a loved meal in Ghana, there is a secret with Ghanaian dishes, they contain a variety of mixes, including grains, herbs and vegetables, and meat. This cuisine is mainly compounded with corn, vegetable leaves (Cassava leaves) and meat.

Ghana – Shoko Beef Stew

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Shoko is a west African beef stew. This beef stew is prepared with a leaf called Alefu found in west Africa and tomatoes. Shoko is a borrowed Yoruba name. it did not originate from Ghana.

Ghana – Okra Stew

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Okra is one of Ghana’s national dishes. It is a common dish eating by the Ghanaians. Okra is very common in African countries like Nigeria, Cameroon etc. This dish is a draw soup.

Ghana – Angwa Muu

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By Marko Judia Angwa Muu is a Ghanaian traditional dish,…

Ghana – Yam Porridge (Mpotompoto)

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In Ghana, cultivation of yam is mostly done in household level whereby only family members using hand hoes do cultivate in small area, this in other ways affect the market of yam production.

Ghana – Sweet Potatoes Fatoor (Futari)

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Fatoor (Futari) is a loved meal and the most prepared ones during Ramadan. Ghana is a country with most of it's inhabitants being Islams therefore the preparation of fatoor is essential to work with.

Ghana – Rainbow Rice

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Ghana is kind of colorful city, hence rainbow rice style, it is prepared with food colors together with natural rice.