Fante Fante is more like the Ghanaian version of the Nigerian pepper soup. It is of Ghanaian origin and mostly enjoyed by the southerners, that is; the Fantis, the Ga- Adangbes and some Akans from the middle belt area of Ghana.
The meal is very nutritious and good source of vitamins and proteins. It is mostly served with Fante kenkey, Banku, and if preferred fufu.
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Fante Fante (Fresh Fish Stew)Print Recipe
- Fresh fish dressed and cut into desired sizes
- 2 tins of tomato plumbs
- 3 large onions
- 1 Table spoon of flour
- Bay leaves
- Maggi cube or season of choice
- Palm oil
- Wash and Season fish in a juice of blended ginger, garlic and onion mix.
- Pour a generous amount of palm oil into a cooking pot and add some chopped onions
- Allow the onions to fry for about 3-5 minutes
- Add flour to the boiling oil and stir for a 2 minutes
- Blend the tomatoes and peppers
- Pour the blended vegetables into the frying oil
- Add the bare leaves
- Add a maggi cube to the mixture on fire
- Add the stock from the seasoned fresh fish
- Pour some reasonable amount of water into the mixture and allow it to cook for about 8 to 15 minutes.
Ease of Preparing