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Aftrad Village Kitchen
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UK based 🇬🇧.. Traditional Ghanaian recipes and traditional food products 🇬🇭. We sell Ghanaian Chilli sauces & All Natural Spice Range.
UK based 🇬🇧.. Traditional Ghanaian recipes and traditional food products 🇬🇭. We sell Ghanaian Chilli sauces & All Natural Spice Range.

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Do you know that apart from providing recipes using traditional ingredients in contemporary cooking, we offer cooking classes and also sell traditional food products?

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Great news guys!
We are please to announce that we have a new brand identity.

It is part of our deliberate efforts to improve our brand image and also emphasize on the our services.

we will continue to give you the best recipes, teaching services and products with the same, if not better, level of excellence and professionalism you have come to experience.

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Pinkaso - Basic recipe
Pinkaso is a savoury snack made from flour, onions and pepper. It is mainly enjoyed by northern tribes in Ghana. It is usually paired with Hausa koko (Millet Porridge) but can be equally enjoyed with any other breakfast cereal or beverage of choice. INGREDI...

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Mildly Spicy & Sweet Coated Peanuts
Coated peanuts are popular titbits usually served with others such as chinchin or Ghana chips at parties. They're very addictive and the great thing about them is that the flavours can be adjusted to suit ones taste and preference. For this post, I went for...

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5 EASY STEPS TO COOK JOLLOF LIKE A PRO
Jollof Rice is a favourite West African party dish thought to have originated with the Wolof tribe in Senegal. However, the constant banta between some countries throws some uncertainty about its originality and who cooks it best. Cooking the best Jollof Ri...

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5 EASY STEPS TO COOK JOLLOF LIKE A PRO
Jollof Rice is a favourite West African party dish thought to have originated with the Wolof tribe in Senegal. However, the constant banta between some countries throws some uncertainty about its originality and who cooks it best. Cooking the best Jollof Ri...

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Tilapia Light Soup with Yam Chunks
A typical Ghanaian Sunday lunch will be a soup based meal with some carbohydrate counterpart. Ghanaians love for soup is portrayed in the varieties available, from light soup to palm nut, groundnut and Ebunuebunu (Green) soup. The inspiration for Tilapia Li...

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Shito - Ghana's Black Pepper Sauce
Shito is a popular Ghanaian spicy black pepper sauce which is basically a condiment. Unlike other Ghanaian dishes which can be associated with a particular tribe, shito can't be. I actually don't know how this spicy nutritious sauce originated but I won't b...

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Toolu Beef Angwa Mu (Salted Cured Beef Oil Rice)
Angwa Mu literally meaning Oil Rice is another favourite way of cooking rice in Ghana. It is so simple to cook yet satisfying. It can be cooked plain without the salted beef (Toolu beef) but the toolu beef takes it to another level. Toolu beef is a salted c...

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