Bhuna with Tamarind Chutney ~ Ghanaian Groundnut Stew with Shito
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Bhuna with Tamarind Chutney ~ Ghanaian Groundnut Stew with Shito

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Bhuna with Tamarind Chutney:
Bhuna is a fragrant and spicy curry with lots of character and a bit of tang from the use of tamarind in the sauce - the name describes the cooking technique of first frying the onion, garlic and spice paste in hot oil until dark and caramelised. It's served here topped with green chilli, with a cooling raita, tangy tamarind chutney and plain rice on the side.

Ghanaian Groundnut Stew with Shito 2024:
Groundnut (peanut) stew, or 'nkatenkwan', is a rich and spicy dish, a favourite of Gifty (who used to work with us) from her home country of Ghana on the west coast of Africa. We’re serving this deliciously rich curry with plain rice, sliced banana and a fiery chilli sauce on the side known as ‘shito’ which comes from the word for pepper (‘shitor din’) in Ga, a language native to Ghana.
Bhuna with Tamarind Chutney:
Bhuna is a fragrant and spicy curry with lots of character and a bit of tang from the use of tamarind in the sauce - the name describes the cooking technique of first frying the onion, garlic and spice paste in hot oil until dark and caramelised. It's served here topped with green chilli, with a cooling raita, tangy tamarind chutney and plain rice on the side.

Ghanaian Groundnut Stew with Shito 2024:
Groundnut (peanut) stew, or 'nkatenkwan', is a rich and spicy dish, a favourite of Gifty (who used to work with us) from her home country of Ghana on the west coast of Africa. We’re serving this deliciously rich curry with plain rice, sliced banana and a fiery chilli sauce on the side known as ‘shito’ which comes from the word for pepper (‘shitor din’) in Ga, a language native to Ghana.
Serves: 2
Heat Rating: 2/5
Prep time: 20 mins ~ 25 mins
Cooking Time: 40 mins ~ 1 hr 55 mins
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DescriptionBhuna with Tamarind Chutney:
Bhuna is a fragrant and spicy curry with lots of character and a bit of tang from the use of tamarind in the sauce - the name describes the cooking technique of first frying the onion, garlic and spice paste in hot oil until dark and caramelised. It's served here topped with green chilli, with a cooling raita, tangy tamarind chutney and plain rice on the side.

Ghanaian Groundnut Stew with Shito 2024:
Groundnut (peanut) stew, or 'nkatenkwan', is a rich and spicy dish, a favourite of Gifty (who used to work with us) from her home country of Ghana on the west coast of Africa. We’re serving this deliciously rich curry with plain rice, sliced banana and a fiery chilli sauce on the side known as ‘shito’ which comes from the word for pepper (‘shitor din’) in Ga, a language native to Ghana.
Spices IncludedBhuna Marinade: coriander, Kashmiri chilli, cumin, garlic, ginger, paprika, smoked paprika, turmeric, amchur, salt, ajowan, mint, black pepper, asafoetida, fenugreek, fenugreek leaf
Bhuna Ground Spices: tamarind (tamarind and cornstarch), cumin, coriander leaf, black cardamon, green cardamon, cloves, garlic, ginger, coriander, black pepper, cinnamon, mace, bay, nutmeg, chilli
Tamarind Chutney Spices: tamarind (tamarind and cornstarch), amchur, cumin, coriander
Raita Blend: coriander leaf, mint, brown MUSTARD
Stew Ground Spices: coriander, cumin, black pepper, allspice, nutmeg, fennel, turmeric, cloves, cayenne chilli, rosemary, parsley
Stew Whole Spices: bay, green cardamon, cloves
Red Oil Blend: annatto
Shito Spices: birdseye chilli, cayenne chilli, red bell pepper, smoked paprika, garlic, ginger, paprika

May contain traces of CELERY and SESAME. Allergens are listed in CAPITALS
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Bhuna with Tamarind Chutney:

  • 300g diced chicken (thighs are best) or use paneer for a veg version
  • 1 small onion
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 1 green chilli (optional)
  • 2 tomatoes
  • ½ lemon
  • 150g natural yogurt (full fat is best)
  • 45g sugar
  • Rice for 2 to serve

Ghanaian Groundnut Stew with Shito:

  • 300g diced beef
  • 1 onion
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • Fresh ginger
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 lime or lemon
  • 1 tbsp tomato puree
  • 200ml coconut milk (full fat is best)
  • 50g peanuts (roasted and salted are fine)
  • 1 tbsp vinegar (white wine or cider vinegar is best)
  • Rice for 2 to serve

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