Christmas Recipes List of Ghanaian spices to use this Christmas

If you want to create a Christmas tradition of serving family dinners then, use the following spices to leave an indelible mark on the tongues and minds of your guests.

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Christmas is the season: time to eat special meals from your culinary collection and drink locally brewed beverages while making merry with family and friends.

Food-filled family dinners and parties can liven up the Christmas spirit if you do them right.

How? Use local spices to marinade your meats for soups and stew to give sweet aromas and flavors. That will make your guests lick their fingers and ask for more.

If you want to create a Christmas tradition of serving family dinners then, use the following spices to leave an indelible mark on the tongues and minds of your guests.

Negro pepper

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African bird pepper

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Turmeric

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Rosemary

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Bay leaves

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Coriander

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Oregano

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Cumin

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Sesame seeds

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Parsley

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Basil

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Chives

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Cinnamon

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Prekese

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Nutmeg

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Curry

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Ginger

 

Garlic

 

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