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Peanut Butter Soup

Peanut Butter Soup

Peanut Soup is one of the many popular Ghanaian dishes. It serves a multi-purpose function of going with almost any accompaniment. Enjoy a unique taste of your Peanut soup with Homefoods Peanut butter in the mix.

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Neri Neri Soup

Neri Neri Soup

Wre Wre is perculiar to th Dagomba tribe and the Ashanti tribe in Ghana.
Ever wondered how to relive the joy of eating grandma’s “wre wre” (Neri Neri) soup while far away from home? Adding our NeriNeri paste to your soup brings to mind the true taste of a homemade Ghanaian meal.

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Fried Rice

Fried Rice

With our Homefoods Fried rice seasoning, you have your desired taste and aroma of a perfectly blended spicy Fried rice.

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Palava Sauce

Palava Sauce

A delicacy of many natives of West Africa, this dish cannot be originally linked to any west African country. The word ‘Palava’ is coined from the English word Palaver which is derived from the Portuguese word ‘Palavra’ meaning idle chatter.
Homefoods Palm oil and Agushie gives your Palava sauce an exotic taste.

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Jollof Rice

Jollof Rice

Jollof rice is a rice dish enjoyed in West Africa. Adding our Homefoods Jollof seasoning to your dish gives a peculiar flavor to your dish. Our Jollof seasoning is a custom culinary formulated blend of different selected spices. It is incomparable to any food seasoning in the market.

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Gari Fotor

Gari Fotor

Gari Foto is a Ghanaian delicacy which serves as a lovely side dish to many African dishes such as rice, beans and jollof rice.

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Beans Stew & Fried Plantain (Red Red)

Beans Stew & Fried Plantain (Red Red)

Ghanaian beans stew normally called red-red is a traditional dish served with fried plantains. The dish derived its name from the color imparted to it by the red palm oil and red pepper.

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Waakye Rice

Waakye Rice

Waakye is a traditional dish with rice and beans cooked in an infusion of Sorghum leaves. Homefoods Waakye Seasoning gives you the reddish color and flavor without the usage of Sorghum leaves.

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