Pulse daily DIY recipe teaches prospective chefs how to prepare healthy, Ghanaian dishes in a simple way
Tablespoons kuka powder (dry baobab leaves powder)
1kg cow ribs (cut into pieces)
2 dry cat fish
2 cooking spoons red palm oil
2 handfuls crayfish
1 flat round dawa dawa (ogiri okpei, iru, locust beans)
Habanero pepper (atarugu, ose oyibo, atarodo)
2 big seasoning cubes
Salt (to your taste)
Cook the cow ribs with the seasoning cubes and onion.
When the meat is done, turn off the heat, remove the chunks of onion then take out the meat from the beef stock.
Add the kuka powder, spreading over the meat stock as you add. Then stir very well with a slotted spoon to ensure that you get a smooth mix without lumps.
Add the pepper, crayfish and dawa dawa blend and palm oil. Stir very well.
Cover and cook for 5 minutes on medium heat, stirring it from time to time. Kuka is very much like ogbono hence sticks to the bottom of the pot if not stirred often.
After 5 minutes, add the cooked beef and some salt if necessary. Stir very well.
Cover and once it boils again, it is done!