Shoko (A Ghanaian Beef And Spinach Stew) By NDUDU by Fafa

Shoko (A Ghanaian Beef And Spinach Stew) By NDUDU by Fafa
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Shoko (A Ghanaian Beef And Spinach Stew) By NDUDU by Fafa
Yields2 Servings
Prep Time30 minsCook Time1 hr 30 minsTotal Time2 hrs

Shoko is a spicy Beef, Tomato and Spinach sauce from Ghana. The Tomato sauce is spiced with Garlic, Ginger and Aniseed; and cooked till you have a thick paste.

Shoko is a traditional West African beef stew that is traditionally prepared with amaranth leaves (alefu) and tomatoes, although spinach can be substituted for alefu. Although shoko is not a traditional Ghanaian name and more a Yoruba word, this stew is sometimes referenced as such in a some West African countries.

 1 large Onion
 10 ml Vegetable oil or your preferred oil
 200 g Tomatoes
 1 tbsp Tomato paste or purée
 1 tbsp of a Garlic, Ginger & Aniseed blend
  Half a Shrimp stock cube or a teaspoon of Shrimp powder
 1 large and sliced Habanero Chilli
 400 g Spinach or Cocoyam leaves
  Salt to taste

Ingredients

 1 large Onion
 10 ml Vegetable oil or your preferred oil
 200 g Tomatoes
 1 tbsp Tomato paste or purée
 1 tbsp of a Garlic, Ginger & Aniseed blend
  Half a Shrimp stock cube or a teaspoon of Shrimp powder
 1 large and sliced Habanero Chilli
 400 g Spinach or Cocoyam leaves
  Salt to taste
Shoko (A Ghanaian Beef And Spinach Stew) By NDUDU by Fafa

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