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KWAHU NSUSUA ABOMU WITH AKAW
44 min
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KWAHU NSUSUA ABOMU WITH AKAW

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44 Min
Easy
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Nutrition Value

Carbohydrates
9,98 g
Energy
161,87 kcal
Total fat
12,49 g
Fiber
3,02 g
Protein
4,28 g
Saturated Fats
5,02 g
Sodium
184,66 mg
Sugars
4,2 g
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Ingredients

6

This dish has been optimized for 6 servings. Quantity and times may need to be varied. Here you can find more information about adjusted portion sizes:

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recipe ingredient
200  g
turkeyberries
1  Medium
salted tilapia
5 
red scotch bonnet
1  Medium
Spring onion
0.25  cup
roasted groundnut
1 
salted tilapia
0.5 
MAGGI Shrimp
0.25  cup
Palm Oil
1  Medium
Spring onion
1  Medium
Avocados, raw, all commercial varieties
3  pieces
Hard-boiled egg

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Instruction

44 Minutes
  • Step1

    17 Min
    Cut the stalk off the turkey berries, wash in salt solution and bring to a boil over medium heat for 7 minutes and set aside. Wash the salted tilapia and bring to a boil for 10 minutes and set aside.
  • Step2

    15 Min
    Pour scotch bonnet pepper into an earthen ware bowl, add diced onion and grind into a smooth mixture. Add roasted groundnut, MAGGI seasoning and grind. Add the cooked turkey berries and grind into a smooth mixture.
  • Step3

    10 Min
    Heat palm oil in a saucepan over medium heat, add the momone, sliced onion and stir until translucent. Take off heat and pour on the grounded turkey berries mixture. Stir to mix evenly and top with sliced avocado, eggs and cooked tilapia.
  • Step4

    2 Min
    Kwahu nsusua ready. Serve with boiled plantain and cocoyam
KWAHU NSUSUA ABOMU WITH AKAW

Step1 of 4

Cut the stalk off the turkey berries, wash in salt solution and bring to a boil over medium heat for 7 minutes and set aside. Wash the salted tilapia and bring to a boil for 10 minutes and set aside.

KWAHU NSUSUA ABOMU WITH AKAW

Step2 of 4

Pour scotch bonnet pepper into an earthen ware bowl, add diced onion and grind into a smooth mixture. Add roasted groundnut, MAGGI seasoning and grind. Add the cooked turkey berries and grind into a smooth mixture.

KWAHU NSUSUA ABOMU WITH AKAW

Step3 of 4

Heat palm oil in a saucepan over medium heat, add the momone, sliced onion and stir until translucent. Take off heat and pour on the grounded turkey berries mixture. Stir to mix evenly and top with sliced avocado, eggs and cooked tilapia.

KWAHU NSUSUA ABOMU WITH AKAW

Step4 of 4

Kwahu nsusua ready. Serve with boiled plantain and cocoyam

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