“Kosua Ne Meko” is the Spicy Ghanaian Street Snack You Need to Try | Watch Telande World Make It

“Kosua Ne Meko” is the Spicy Ghanaian Street Snack You Need to Try | Watch Telande World Make It
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Kosua Ne Meko,” also, Egg and Pepper,” is a beloved quick Ghanaian snack sold by street vendors throughout the country. The snack is a hard-boiled egg split slightly down the middle and stuffed with meko, a relish made of fresh sweet tomatoes, scotch bonnet peppers, onions, salt, garlic, and ginger.

Telande World made the relish by grinding raw peppers, onions, sea salt, garlic, and ginger with a pestle in an asanka, a small clay mortar. She also uses a unique technique of dredging the eggs in dampened salt before peeling them, all while keeping their shells on.

Watch her make them below:

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