Tastiest Tuna & Vegetables Stew recipe

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



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


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


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



Watch how to make this flavour packed Tuna stew below;

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Introducing a quick one pot Rice dish that’s packed with natural flavours and a perfect comfort food for a working week.

You can use Brown Rice instead of White Rice and also replace the minced Meat with either Turkey, Chicken or Pork.

Considering this recipe requires a few ingredients the outcome in terms of flavour is unparalleled to any other Rice recipes.


300g of minced Beef

250g of Basmati Rice

2 medium sized sliced Onions

100g of Butter

1 tablespoonful of Aniseed

1 Bay leaf

4 tablespoonful of Suya spice Mix

1 tablespoonful of Smoked Paprika

1 tablespoonful of Mixed Herbs

1 tablespoon of Salt and Pepper to taste

300ml of Water or stock



Serve with fried Plantain , Salad or steamed Vegetables



Watch how to prepare this quick Ground Beef Rice recipe below;

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Ghanaian recipes are varied and I seem to find new recipes each time, like this stuffed Crab known as Akotonshi. I was rather intrigued about this dish as I could not place it to a specific tribe in Ghana, (apart from the name suggesting it might have originated from the Ga tribe) which is a hazard guess. Please share your knowledge about this dish as it is easy to emulate with my added twist. Fresh Crabs are readily available in Ghana hence this recipe is a must try.


The easiest way to prepare this dish is to get a packet of fresh Crab meat from your fishmongers. I used my Jollof stew recipe as a base for this stuffed Crab recipe, which you can watch below.  A perfect dish to serve as a starter to impress your guest.


100g of White Crab meat

50g of breadcrumbs

20g of chopped Spring Onions

20g of chopped Parsley

2 large chopped Tomatoes

150g of Jollof stew

2 tablespoonful of Shrimp powder

1 deseeded finely chopped Habanero chilli

1 tablespoonful of Coconut oil

Salt to taste


Watch how prepare Akotonshi below;

Serve the Akontonshi with either Green salad or Vegetable stir fry.

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