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How to Prepare Shito in Ghana 2020. Easy Steps

Shito is a popular pepper sauce enjoyed by Ghanaians and other West African countries. It is usually prepared for Senior High School students to send to school.

Shito, also called black chilli pepper sauce is mostly served with Kenkey and Waakye.

If you also want to start a Shito selling business, then this recipe is for you.

In this post, I am going to show:

  • how to make shito the easiest way (Full shito recipe)
  • tips to preparing a delicious shito 
  • and many more.

Ingredients for preparing Shito.

  • 15 large onions
  • 1 cup dried crushed Herrings
  • 1 cup dried powdered shrimp
  • 15 large fresh pepper
  • 3 tablespoons dried pepper powder
  • 4 tablespoons of tomato puree
  • Garlic
  • ginger
  • nutmeg
  • food seasonings
  • Vegetable cooking oil
  • Saltshito ingredients

 

Steps to prepare shito in Ghana.

  1. Wash and peel off onions, ginger, and garlic
  2. Chop them into big chunks
  3. Pour onion chunks into cooking oil in a saucepan under medium heat
  4. Blend ginger, garlic, and pepper and add to oil. Stir until tender
  5. Add tomato puree. Stir for 20 minutes
  6. Continuously stir the mixture until its light brown
  7. Add powdered shrimps and herring then Stir in seasoning and salt to taste
  8. Add the dried powdered pepper, nutmeg and Allow simmering on a low heat till the color is dark brown.
  9. Remove from fire and allow it to cool
  10. Store in a dry clean bottle with the oil on top of the sauce.

how to prepare shito


 

 

This is spicy and sweet. Enjoy this with varieties of meals. Shito can be served with:

  • Kenkey
  • Waakye
  • Plain rice
  • Gari
  • Banku and Tilapia
  • and a lot more

Other Recipes to Try.

How to prepare Waakye stew

How to prepare light soup

how to prepare beans stew.

How to Prepare Shito in Ghana 2020. Easy Steps

Shito is a popular pepper sauce enjoyed by Ghanaians and other West African countries. It is usually prepared for Senior High School students to send to school.

Type: STEW

Cuisine: AFRICAN

Keywords: shito, chilli sauce, black chilli sauce

Recipe Yield: 6

Calories: 62

Preparation Time: 15M

Cooking Time: 20M

Total Time: 35M

Recipe Ingredients:

  • 15 large onions
  • 1 cup dried crushed Herrings
  • 1 cup dried powdered shrimp
  • 15 large fresh pepper
  • 3 tablespoons dried pepper powder
  • 4 tablespoons of tomato puree
  • Garlic
  • ginger
  • nutmeg
  • food seasonings
  • Vegetable cooking oil
  • Salt

Recipe Instruction Name: Steps to prepare shito

Recipe Instructions: Wash and peel off onions, ginger, and garlic Chop them into big chunks Pour onion chunks into cooking oil in a saucepan under medium heat Blend ginger, garlic, and pepper and add to oil. Stir until tender Add tomato puree. Stir for 20 minutes Continuously stir the mixture until its light brown Add powdered shrimps and herring then Stir in seasoning and salt to taste Add the dried powdered pepper, nutmeg and Allow simmering on a low heat till the color is dark brown. Remove from fire and allow it to cool Store in a dry clean bottle with the oil on top of the sauce.

Recipe Instructions:

STEPS: Wash and peel off onions, ginger, and garlic Chop them into big chunks Pour onion chunks into cooking oil in a saucepan under medium heat Blend ginger, garlic, and pepper and add to oil. Stir until tender Add tomato puree. Stir for 20 minutes Continuously stir the mixture until its light brown Add powdered shrimps and herring then Stir in seasoning and salt to taste Add the dried powdered pepper, nutmeg and Allow simmering on a low heat till the color is dark brown. Remove from fire and allow it to cool Store in a dry clean bottle with the oil on top of the sauce,

Editor's Rating:
10
Agatha Nyamehttps://myrecipejoint@gmail.com
Agatha Nyame is a food lover, a musician and a nurse. She is the Chief Content Editor of My Recipe Joint. She spends most of her time recording music and sharing recipes to the everyday Ghanaian. Agatha is currently a practicing Nurse in Ghana. Get in touch via Telephone: +233 (0) 542 336 819

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