Shito Hot Pepper Sauce by Looking At Cooking

Shito Hot Pepper Sauce by Looking At Cooking

Shito hot pepper sauce is a traditional condiment from Ghana. It usually contains lots of hot chilies, garlic, onions as well as dried fish and dried shrimps. Shito (pepper) comes from the Ghanaian language called Ga which is spoken in Accra the capital of Ghana originated. Shitor din (black pepper) or the short version Shito is popular in all regions of Ghana and prepared in different variations from region to region. It is served as a spicy condiment with rice, fish, meat and vegetable dishes.

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Shito Hot Pepper Sauce by Looking At Cooking
Yields1 Serving
Prep Time20 minsCook Time2 hrsΒ 30 minsTotal Time2 hrsΒ 50 mins
Β 5 red habanero
Β 2 cups of vegetable oil
Β 5 red cayenne peppers
Β ΒΌ red Carolina reaper
Β 5 medium onions quartered
Β 2 ripe tomatoes chopped
Β 3 inch piece of fresh ginger, chopped
Β 115 ml tomato paste
Β Β½ cup of ground dry eel / use herring instead if you can get it
Β 8 cloves of garlic
Β 2 ground cloves
Β  Salt to taste
Β Β½ tbsp maggi
Β  ground nutmegall purpose seasoning freshly
Β Β½ tbsp cumin / jeera

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Ingredients

Β 5 red habanero
Β 2 cups of vegetable oil
Β 5 red cayenne peppers
Β ΒΌ red Carolina reaper
Β 5 medium onions quartered
Β 2 ripe tomatoes chopped
Β 3 inch piece of fresh ginger, chopped
Β 115 ml tomato paste
Β Β½ cup of ground dry eel / use herring instead if you can get it
Β 8 cloves of garlic
Β 2 ground cloves
Β  Salt to taste
Β Β½ tbsp maggi
Β  ground nutmegall purpose seasoning freshly
Β Β½ tbsp cumin / jeera
Shito Hot Pepper Sauce by Looking At Cooking

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