WAAKYE LEAVES PACK

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Sorghum bicolor has many nutritional values. Can be made into a tea by adding the leaves to boiling water, then straining it after five minutes.
Its used in preparing rice and beans , known in Ghana as waakye. 
It adds nutritional value and a beautiful brown reddish color to the rice and beans.

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Sorghum bicolor has many nutritional values. Can be made into a tea by adding the leaves to boiling water, then straining it after five minutes. Its used in preparing rice and beans , known in Ghana as waakye.  It adds nutritional value and a beautiful brown reddish color to the rice and beans.

Dried Scent Leaves Efirin is often used in soups to enhance the smell. The great scent makes it a great addition to any meal,Waakye is a Ghanaian dish of cooked rice and beans, commonly eaten for breakfast or lunch. However, others prefer to eat it for supper. The rice and beans, usually black-eyed peas or cow beans, are cooked together, with red dried sorghum leaf sheaths or stalks and limestone. The sorghum leaves and limestone give the dish its characteristic flavor and a red appearance, and the sorghum is taken out before consumption. In this post, I will walk you through the steps to prepare one of the most widely-eaten Ghanaian food, Waakye. But before then, I would like us to know a detailed history about why Ghanaian call this local rice and beans Waakye.

About Ghanaian Waakye & Stew

The word waakye is from the Hausa language, which means rice and beans. The origin of Waakye is from the name “shinkafa da wake,” which means rice and beans.
GHANA FRIES TURKEY WINGS IN PEPPER SAUCEGHANA FRIED TURKEY TAILSWaakye is a Ghanaian dish of cooked rice and beans, commonly eaten for breakfast or lunch. However, others prefer to eat it for supper. The rice and beans, usually black-eyed peas or cow beans, are cooked together, with red dried sorghum leaf sheaths or stalks and limestone. The sorghum leaves and limestone give the dish its characteristic flavor and a red appearance, and the sorghum is taken out before consumption. In this post, I will walk you through the steps to prepare one of the most widely-eaten Ghanaian food, Waakye. But before then, I would like us to know a detailed history about why Ghanaian call this local rice and beans Waakye.

About Ghanaian Waakye & Stew

The word waakye is from the Hausa language, which means rice and beans. The origin of Waakye is from the name “shinkafa da wake,” which means rice and beans.
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Sorghum Bicolor Leaf / waakye leaves/ Natural colorant// Healthy Food

HAX SCENT LEAVES 30GWAAKYE + FISHGHANA FRIES TURKEY WINGS IN PEPPER SAUCEGHANA FRIED TURKEY TAILSWAAKYE + FISH
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