Homemade Ghanaian Traditional Staples

Homemade Ghanaian Traditional Staples

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Three Homemade Ghanaian Traditional Staples Recipes

Homemade Ghanaian traditional staples recipes may sound odd to people who are not from the African continent. However, perhaps the most unusual ethnic foods of Western Africa are the malleable “breads” that are served with almost every meal. Most common in Western African countries, meals prepared from these cuisines are not complete without some banku, fufu, ugali, ablo, kenkey (to mention some of the most popular) served with them.

The following homemade Ghanaian traditional staples recipes are the mealtime favorite “breads” in Ghana.

How to Make Banku

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Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce

Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce

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Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce is a national favorite dish in that country. It is also one of the more popular dishes among tourists who visit the country. Pepitos translates in English to “pumpkin seeds” – and it is the pumpkin seed sauce flavor that really distinguishes Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce as a remarkably tasty and unique culinary experience.

Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce

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Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce Recipe-

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Salvadoran Pescado empanizado con avena

Salvadoran Pescado Empanizado con Avena

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Salvadoran Pescado empanizado con avena is a very popular dish in El Salvador. Seasoned, breaded, fried fish fillets, cooked juicy tender inside and delightfully crunchy outside. This particular version of Salvadoran Pescado empanizado con avena is my favorite, calling for oats mixed into the breading. Es muy fantastico!

Salvadoran Pescado empanizado con avena

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Salvadoran Pescado Empanizado con Avena Recipe-

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