Cured mixed Goat Meat Sauce recipe

Make this West African, spiced mixed Goat Meat sauce and enjoy it with either Rice, Yam, Potatoes, Plantain or Flat Bread.

INGREDIENTS
80g of cured Goat Meat
1kg of marinated and steamed Goat Meat
30ml of your preferred oil
4 large quartered Potatoes
3 large sliced Red Onions or any Onion of your choosing
1 tablespoon of the Goat Meat Marinade
2 tablespoonful of Tomato Pureé
Blend 1 large Bell Pepper and 500g of fresh Tomatoes
1 teaspoonful of Buy Ndudu All Purpose spice (Holy Grail Blend)
1 Habanero Chilli or 1 teaspoonful of Cayenne Pepper
Half a teaspoonful of Buy Ndudu Herby Blend or dried Rosemary
2 dried Bayleaves
1 tablespoonful of the Buy Ndudu Bolu Blend or 1 teaspoonful of blended dried Crayfish or Prawns
Salt to taste

Marinade for the Goat Meat
30g Ginger
3 cloves of Garlic
Quarter of a teaspoon of Anjwain seeds
1 large Onion

Watch how to make this West African spiced Goat Meat Stew below;

 

HOW TO SPICE LAMB & GOAT MEAT PERFECTLY

 

CURED BEEF RECIPE

 

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White Kidney Beans & Plantain Stew recipe

Inspired by the Ghanaian Beans and Plantain stew recipe is this flavour packed White Kidney Beans stew recipe served with fried Plantain.

INGREDIENTS

1 tablespoonful of Butter

5 tablespoonful of your preferred oil

2 sprigs of Rosemary

2 large Banana Shallots

1 tablespoonful of Tomato Purée

30g of salted or cured Fish

250g of White or Red Kidney Beans

1 litre of Chicken Stock

300ml of Water

1 tablespoonful of a blend of Ginger, Aniseed, Garlic & Onion

1 levelled teaspoon of smoked Paprika

Salt and Pepper to taste

2 large ripened Plantain

200ml of your preferred oil for frying


METHOD

Watch how to prepare this White Beans and Plantain stew recipe below;

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OnePot Jollof Rice & Chicken recipe

How about this easy one pot Jollof rice and Chicken dish for your Sunday lunch?

INGREDIENTS
300G Basmati rice
180ml of water or your preferred stock
300g of Jollof Stew or Karahi Chicken stew
Half an Organic or Corn fed Chicken
Zest and juice of 1 Lemon
1 teaspoonful of Chilli flakes
4 tablespoonful of Olive Oil
1 teaspoon of mixed dried herbs
Salt and Pepper to taste

SPICE BLEND
20g of Ginger
1 Onion
1 teaspoonful of Aniseed
2 cloves of Garlic

METHOD

Watch how to make this easy on pot Jollof Rice and baked Chicken recipe below;

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Super Quick Tuna Pasta recipe

Fridays are a no fuss, straight to the point kind of lunch or dinner mood which I term ‘shabo shabo’.
Make this super quick (shabo sbaho) Tuna Bucatini or may I say Tuna Pasta recipe. You can use any pasta you have available. Please don’t hesitate to leave your questions below.

INGREDIENTS
250g of Bucatini or Spaghetti

250g of Tuna Stew

1 tablespoonful of grated Parmesan

Few fresh Basil leaves

Salt and Pepper to taste

METHOD

Watch how to prepare this rather super easy Tuna pasta using Bucatini below;

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Cabbage Stew made easy (Sweetheart Cabbage)

Sweetheart Cabbage is a variety of the Cabbage family. The Sweetheart Cabbage is tender and sweeter in comparison to the popular Cabbage used in most household.

In the absence of Sweetheart Cabbage you can use the normal one.

The stew is also made with smoked Bacon Lardons, Chorizo and salted Goat Meat which gives the dish an incredible Umami flavour.

INGREDIENTS
2 Sweetheart Cabbages or your normal Cabbage
2 large Onions
20g of diced salted Goat Meat/Beef
300g of diced Chorizo
250g of Smoked Bacon Lardons
3 Grains of Selim (Hwentia) or half a teaspoon of freshly milled Black Peppercorns
2 tablespoonful of Tomato Purée
1 teaspoonful of Chilli flakes
1 medium size diced Yellow, Red and Green Bell Peppers
2 medium size diced Carrots
6 tablespoonful of Groundnut or Vegetable Oil
7 fresh Basil leaves
Salt and Pepper to taste


TOMATO BLEND

150g of sun ripened Tomatoes
1 large Red Bell Pepper
1 teaspoonful of Aniseed
1 teaspoonful of Cumin seeds
3 cloves of Garlic
3 mild Red Chillies
5 smoked Shrimps or CrayFish
20g of Ginger

TO SERVE
Best enjoyed with a steamed bowl of Rice, Spaghetti, Boiled Potatoes, Yam, Plantain or your preferred Carbohydrate.

METHOD

Watch how to prepare this flavour packed stew below;

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How to make the tastiest Kontomire Stew (Cocoyam leaves)

Kontomire (Cocoyam leaves) stew is a popular Vegetable stew from Ghana where one can add any protein of their choice.

To learn more about the health benefits and possible side effects of Cocoyam and its leaves including how to cook it perfectly, please click the video link below

This is a pescatarian recipe where 4 different types of Fish were used. In the absence of Cocoyam leaves you can use Spinach.

INGREDIENTS

450g of pre cooked Cocoyam leaves or blanched Spinach

500g of smoked Mackerel

500g of grilled Salmon

2 tins of Tuna

40g of dried Anchovies (Abobi)

300g of (Egusi) Melon seeds mixed with 200ml of Water

3 large sliced Banana Shallots or any Onion of your choice

30ml of Zomi (spiced Palm Oil)

70g of Baby Plum Tomatoes or any Tomatoes

1 Habanero Chilli

20g of Ginger

4-5 mild Green Chillies

1 tablespoonful of an all natural All Purpose Spice

1 teaspoon of Chilli flakes

Salt and Pepper to taste

TO SERVE

You can enjoy the stew on its own or serve with boiled Rice, Yam, Plantain etc

METHOD

Watch how to prepare this popular Ghanaian Kontomire Stew below;

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The healthier Jewelled Gari Fortor recipe

In my previous recipe I shared how to make the tastiest Tuna and Vegetables stew. A must watch and a recipe to try during this bank holiday weekend.

In the absence of Gari you can use Fonio, Quinoa or Couscous.

For the jewelled Gari Fortor recipe you’ll need the following;

INGREDIENTS

300g of Gari / Couscous

200g of the Tuna and Vegetables stew

50-70ml of cold Water

30g of chopped Spring Onions

2 sliced mild Chillies

1 tin of Tuna

Salt and Pepper to taste

This recipe can be enjoyed on its own or added to Beans, Rice, Waakye etc

Be creative and share your invention by using the hashtag #NduduMadeMeDoThis

METHOD

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Tastiest Tuna & Vegetables Stew recipe

Let’s make this quick and equally delicious Tuna and Vegetables stew for dinner.

 

INGREDIENTS 

3 tins of Tuna in Oil

150g of Tomatoes

1 Red Bell Pepper

3 mild Red Chillies or 1 Habanero chilli

1 levelled tablespoon of Cumin seeds

1 levelled tablespoon of Aniseed

3 cloves of Garlic

30g of Organic Ginger

30g of smoked Shrimps/Prawns/Crayfish

1 large White Onions

6 tablespoonful of Vegetable/Groundnut  oil

3 Bay leaves

1 teaspoon of Chilli flakes

VEGETABLES

1 medium sized Red Bell Pepper

1 medium sized Green Bell Pepper

1 medium size Yellow Bell Pepper

2 large Red Onions

2 large organic  Carrots

5-6 Basil leaves

Salt and Pepper to taste

TO SERVE

Best served with Couscous, Gari, Fonio, Millet, Quinoa, Potatoes, Yam, Plantain etc

 

METHOD

Watch how to make this flavour packed Tuna stew below;

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The traditional Ghanaian Beans and Plantain recipe (Vegan)

Honestly I wished I knew the individual who created this recipe for Ghana. This individual needs to be celebrated.

The textures and flavours of this rather simple Ghanaian dish is one you need to try.

FLAVOUR PROFILE

The creamy slightly sweet flavour of the Black Eyed Beans pairs well with the crunchy  slightly fermented taste of the Gari including the candy like flavour of the fried Plantain.

The above flavour is then drizzled with a smoky and spicy Onion oil which makes it a Vegan powerhouse of flavour.

There’s another version of this recipe known locally as ‘Red Red’ as Red Palm Oil or Zomi (spiced Palm Oil) is used.


INGREDIENTS

250g of Black Eyed Beans

1.2 litres of Water

Salt to taste

 

FLAVOURED OIL

20ml of Coconut / Vegetable oil

1 large sliced Onion

5 chopped Green Chillies

Salt to taste

30g of Gari (grated fermented Cassava granules) or try my Breadcrumbs recipe


FRIED PLANTAIN

2 peeled and sliced Plantains

100ml of Vegetable Oil for frying

Salt to taste

 

METHOD

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Smoky Brown Rice Angwa Mo recipe


Happy Independence Day Ghana!

In celebration of a 64 year milestone, I created this Brown Rice recipe infusing both Ghana’s smoked Tilapia and Prawn Shito (Black Chilli oil).

In my previous post I made an all natural smoked Fish stock using smoked Tilapia.

The stock has been used as a base for this creative Rice dish. The recipe was inspired by both the classic Ghanaian Angwa Mo (spiced oil Rice) and Shinkafa (Brown Rice dish cooked in a Tomato and SeaFood stock).

The flavoured Brown Rice was served with Chicken stew and a side salad.

To make this creative  Brown Rice Angwa Mo, you’ll need the following;

 

INGREDIENTS

750ml of the smoked Fish stock

200g of smoked Fish pieces

1 large sliced Onion

2 Bay leaves (optional). You can substitute it with Rosemary

300g of Brown Rice

4 tablespoonful of a Prawn based Shito (Black Chilli Oil)

Salt and Pepper to taste

 

METHOD

Watch how to prepare this all natural flavoured Brown Rice Angwa Mo below;

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