We all grew up enjoying fried eggs and omelettes. However, there is always a need to switch things up. Don't worry, this isn't a major switch up because scrambled eggs are very similar to fried eggs. Learning how to make easy scrambled eggs can be fun! Spice up this easy egg favorite by adding pepper jack and salsa or lighten it up by substituting cooking spray and water for the butter and milk.
Oto, a sacred dish made from hard-boiled eggs, mashed yam, and palm oil, is an Akan as well as a Ga tradition. Oto is commonly served at the naming ceremony for a new baby (an "outdooring") or the purification of the mother after birth; at puberty ceremonies for girls; at festivals associated with twins, whom the Akan and Ga people consider sacred; at special occasions after the birth of the third, seventh or tenth child of the same sex (sacred numbers in the Akan and Ga cultures); at harvest celebrations; after the first and third weeks of deaths in a family, when not only family members eat oto, but the house is sprinkled with oto to satisfy the dead; and on special days in the Akan calendar known as "Bad Days" or Dabone.
Popularly known in Ghana as Omo tuo, this meal made from rice goes very well with various soups. Also known as rice balls, this meal is made by cooking very soft, glutinous rice, then pounding or rolling the rice into sticky balls.
Palmnut soup is a soup which is usually prepared using palm fruits. Palmnut soup is usually asscoiated/eaten with fufu, rice and banku. Here is the recipe for preparing this sumptuous soup from Ghana. A fun fact before we head into the recipe; Did you know that palm kernel oil has anti-ageing benefits. It prevents wrinkles and keeps your skin smooth. It's used in various creams. Dr Oz has recommended that people find as many ways to eat It as possible, including in their breakfast, snacks, etc.