Pulse daily DIY recipe teaches prospective chefs how to prepare healthy, Ghanaian dishes in a simple way.
2. Cooking oil or butter
6. Tomatoes chopped
7. Onion chopped
8. Salted beef or salted tilapia, optional
9. Green pepper chopped, optional
10. Carrots chopped, optional
11. A tin of sardine.
Wash salted beef or tilapia, cut in small sizes and add to onions. (optional).
Fetch a cup of rice and add to the onion and stir continuously for 2 miuntes.
Add water depending on how soft you want the grains.
Add salt to taste, stir and cover to cook for 4 - 8 minutes.
Wash pepper, tomatoes, onions and grind in asanka. Don't forget to add salt.
Crack eggs in a bowl.
Add chopped tomatoes, onions, green pepper, carrots, salt and whisk.
Heat a non-stick skillet to medium-high heat and spray with some oil.
Pour egg mixture and turn over when the sides begins to brown.
Serve rice with hot grinded pepper and fried eggs.