Inspired by the classic Ghanaian sauce ‘Raw Pepper’ is this smoky and spicy ground Tomato salsa with my added ‘twist’.
Ghana has many creative and naturally flavour packed sauces including the ever popular ‘Raw Pepper’ which is a spicy ground Tomato salsa.
‘Raw Pepper’ is enjoyed with Kenkey, Banku, Boiled Yam which are popular carbohydrates enjoyed in Ghana.
Whenever I mention ‘Raw Pepper’ it’s mistaken for just ‘eating raw chillies’ hence this video can address that issue. 😜
This is a creative recipe with the inclusion of charred roasted peppers; For a traditional recipe, you can omit the ‘Red Peppers’.
Add that smoky taste to your salsa by char grilling your Tomatoes instead (if you’re omitting the Red Peppers.
1 Ramiro Pepper
10 green chillies (You can reduce or increase the quantity to your preference)
1 large Onion
2 large fresh Tomatoes
Half a teaspoon of salt to taste
400g of Rump/Sirloin/Fillet of beef cut into strips
1 tablespoonful of cold pressed organic Coconut oil
1 large sliced Onions
20g of fresh Basil
Watch how to make this Salsa and scented Beef with other creative sauces and accompaniments on my YouTube channel, ‘Ndudu by Fafa’ below;
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