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Remix classic Ghanaian dishes for the modern kitchen in a cookbook that is "bright, bold, and bursting with flavor" (Bryant Terry) and “provides a new perspective and a sense of wonder for Ghanaian cooking” (Sicily Sierra) 
 
Celebrated cook and writer Zoe Adjonyoh passionately believes we are on the cusp of an African food revolution. First published to widespread acclaim in the United Kingdom, Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen began as a pop-up restaurant in London featuring dishes such as Pan-Roasted Cod with Grains of Paradise, Nkruma (Okra) Tempura, Cubeb-Spiced Shortbread, and Coconut and Cassava Cake. Soon those dishes evolved into this tempting and celebratory cookbook, newly revised and updated for American cooks.
 
Join Zoe as she shares the beauty of Ghana’s markets, culture, and cuisine, and tells the evocative story of using these tastes and food traditions to navigate her own identity. Whether you are familiar with the delights of Ghanaian cuisine or new to the bold flavors of West Africa, this book contains inspiration for extraordinary home cooking, in dishes such as:
 
  • Simple Fried Plantains
  • Red Red Stew
  • Red Snapper and Yam Croquettes
  • Bofrot Doughnuts
  • Nkatsenkwan (Peanut Butter Stew with Lamb)
  • Jollof Fried Chicken
  • Ghana-fied Caesar Salad
  • and more 

With flexible recipes for hearty salads, quick and wholesome dinners, flavorful feasts, and much more, Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen brings truly exciting and flavor-packed dishes into your kitchen. This is contemporary African food for simply everyone.
 

What's Inside

JOLLOF FRIED CHICKEN

BOFROT (PUFF PUFF)

RED SNAPPER YAM CROQUETTES

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Cocoyam (Taro) and Sweet Potato Curry Recipe

Reader Reviews

Praise

"The perfect companion for home cooks eager to get to know bright, flavorful dishes like Jollof Fried Chicken, Peanut Butter Stew with Lamb (Nkatsenkwan) and even her "Ghana-fied" Caesar Salad."—Mary-Frances Heck, Senior Food Editor, Food & Wine
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