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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Chopology

Chopology: Kpokpoi

By Soyoqour Quarcoo Tchire Kpokpoi (also referred to as Kpekple) is a traditional meal of the Ga people during the celebration of Homowo, which means to hoot at hunger. It is prepared with the primary ingredients of steamed and fermented...

Chopology: Prep for Palava Sauce

By Soyoquour Quarcoo Tchire This dish often consists of a mixture of meat and smoked fish and any other protein of your choice all cooked in one pot. It is believed the source of the name of this stew, palava...

Chopology: Egushi Stew

By Shirley Annan How about another treat for today? Egushi, Agushi or Akitua stew made from melon seeds is a popular Ghanaian dish served with any carbohydrate of your choice. These seeds are rich in fat and protein, vital for...

Chopology: Okra Soup

By Soyoquor Quarcoo Tchire Okra or okro soup, also known as draw soup is a combination of meat and vegetables fused together in the right conditions to make a very sumptuous meal. Okra soup is a fascinating dish because of...

Chopology: Frying Kena (Fried Fish)

Today on CHOPOLOGY, we visited the Teshie Sangoonaa and made a good bargain. We got some assorted small fish and we were lucky to find a fishmonger willing to fry it for us we would buy from the street...

Chopology: Nane Flor (Pig Feet Stew)

By Juliet Mettle-Edmonds Have you ever tried this all-time favourite recipe? Pig feet sauce or 'Nane flor'. It is considered one of the most delicious parts of the pig. When the meat comes off the grill, the skin becomes crispy...

Chopology: Gari fotor for the road

By Soyoqour Quarco Tchire Gari fotor is a tasty Ghanaian meal similar to the French Couscous and made from a spicy tomato-based stew. It is a meal that can be served as a main dish mixed with vegetables or an...

Chopology: Agbeli Kaklo Special

By Soyokour Quarcoo Tchire It’s snack time on CHOPOLOGY today and we are serving you a crunchy savoury made with cassava. The Ewes call it Agbeli Kaklo, the Akans Bankye Krakro or cassava balls in English. This is a simple...

Chopology: Etor (Sweet Plantain)

By Soyokour Quarcoo Tchire Here we are again to usher you into our CHOPOLOGY Kitchen for what's on our menu. Today we take you through simple steps of preparing Etor, but this time using unsweetened plantain. This is a traditional...

CHOPOLOGY: Kosua ne m3ko Special (Egg & Pepper snack)

By Soyokour Quarcoo Tchire There is always something about this snack which is so irresistible that it makes you yearn to gobble just one more serving. 'Kosua ne m3ko' or egg and pepper is just as the name implies -...

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