How to make tasty fried Wagashi
This amazing dish is mostly popular in the Northern region of Ghana.
Wagashi, also known as West African cheese is made from cow milk and it’s naturally delicate in taste when salt is not added. It gives a soft and fluffy texture when fried and is so smooth when eaten.
1-gallon whole milk
1 cup of apple cider vinegar
Beet or sorghum leaves for optional skin coloring (optional)
- Mix the fresh milk with apple cider vinegar then heat the mixture at low to medium heat until the milk clots form completely.
2. Strain in a colander to remove all the water and your cheese is obtained.
3. Soak the cheese obtained in cold water for a few minutes (10-20 min). After removing the cheese you can optionally dip it in boiled red leaves.
4. Boil the cheese in the red solution for 10-15 minutes depending on the thickness of your cheese.
Serve your Wagashi with West African Suya spice!Tags: African Apple cider Cheese Cow milk Ghanaian Northern Suya Vinegar Wagashi