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Symbols of Ghana

Symbols of Ghana

access_time March 14, 2017

A symbol is usually a sign, a shape, or an object which may represent a person or an authority, and express an idea, value, or quality. In Ghana, symbols are used in many ways. They are sometimes used to identify ethnic groups, clans, families, authority, ideas, and values of the people. We have some symbols that identify us as a nation.

Minister of Communication

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Nkantenkwen (Groundnut Soup 2)

Nkantenkwen (Groundnut Soup 2)

Nkantenkwen (Groundnut Soup 2)

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Method

Put groundnut paste in a cooking pot, add 1 pint of water, and mix

until smooth and pouring.

Bring to the boil, stir occasionally until it coats the back of the wooden

spoon and oil collects at the top.

Cut meat into pieces, wash and put into a coking pot. Season with salt,

chopped shallots and garlic. Add a little water, bring to the boil. Allow

to simmer for 10 minutes.

Mix the cooked groundnut paste with the rest of the water and add to

the meat.

Add washed vegetables (tomatoes, pepper and onions) and cook until

soft. Prepare and add the fish.

Remove the vegetables from soup, grind and return the paste to soup.

Allow to simmer for about 1 hour.

Serve hot with boiled yam, rice, fufu, etc.

Ingredient

* 1 cup groundnut paste

* 8oz smoked fish

* 1lb meat

* 3 medium sized tomatoes

* 6 chopped shallots

* 3 garden eggs (optional)

* 2 medium sized onions

* 4pts cold water

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* 1 clove garlic, ground

pepper and salt to taste

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