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Akosua Busia

Akosua Busia

access_time March 14, 2017

Akosua Busia is a Ghanaian actress who now lives in the U.S.. The daughter of Kofi Abrefa Busia, the ex-prime minister of the Republic of Ghana, Ak...

The Jewel

The Jewel

access_time March 13, 2017

The Jewel A gift given at the first sign of life Brings about joy, brings about great strife Given to me as it would to any other, The ability...

Toronto Methodist Church Institutes Scholarship Shcemes

Toronto Methodist Church Institutes Scholarship Shcemes

access_time March 13, 2017

The Ghana Methodist Church of Toronto, under the leadership of Very Reverend Jacob William French, has instituted various scholarship schemes

Akotonshi (StuffedCrabs)

Akotonshi (StuffedCrabs)

Akotonshi (StuffedCrabs)

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2 lbs crab meat [I think this recipe assumes raw crabmeat to start; refer to instructions below about boiling crab meat and alter technique if using pre-cooked crab meat, perhaps by just boiling some ginger and cloves in small amount of water and adding a bit to flavor crab. — cmt] 1 tsp salt 1-inch piece of fresh ginger 4-6 cloves 4 tblsp cooking oil 1 small onion, minced 1 tsp ground ginger 2 tomatoes, finely chopped 1 tblsp tomato paste 2 green bell peppers, finely chopped pinch of paprika 1 tsp cayenne pepper 1 tblsp dried shrimp [available in Oriental food shops] 1/2 cup whole-wheat breat crumbs 1 egg, hardboiled and finely chopped 1 sprig parsley Put crab meat in boiling salted water along with ginger piece and cloves. Cook about 15 minutes, until meat is tender enough to flake with a fork. Drain, flake and set aside. In a heavy pot, heat oil to a moderate temperature and add other ingredients in the following sequence, stirring for a minute or so between each: onions, ground ginger, tomatoes, tomato paste, green pepper, paprika, cayenne, and dried shrimp. Reduce heat and simmer for 4-5 minutes, stirring constantly, until vegetables are cooked. Add crab meat and stir another couple of minutes to heat it through. Then spoon the mixture into clean crab shells or ramekins (small individual baking dishes). Sprinkle bread crumbs on top of each crab and toast under an oven broiler, being careful not to let the crumbs scorch. Garnish with egg and parsley.

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