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18 Comments

  1. I have made this a few times now, and it is just the best. I’ve made quite a few vegan recipes over the years, and I can say this is the easiest, quickest, cheapest (and most importantly, yummiest) dish in my opinion.

    Thank you so much for sharing!!!

    – Sami

    1. I’m so glad you loved it, Sami! I really appreciate your comment, but next time, would you mind leaving a star rating with your review? Thanks! 😊

  2. Hey this looks delicious!

    Would the taste be altered if I don’t use the chilli powder?
    Planning on making it for my 17 month old and the rest of the family of course. ☺️

  3. This meal was so tasty! It was very simple and I will definitely add it to my regular recipe rotation! Looking forward to trying some of your other recipes 🙂






  4. Thank you for this recipe. I actually reminds me of the Indian dish chicken or vegetable palak. I made a few modifications, and it was so yummy. I used fresh spinach, rather than frozen. I didn’t have chickpeas, so I just used tomatoes. I also used the leftover stew I had from the jollof rice I made. It felt like an authentic Ghanaian cuisine, with the shitto on top. Thank you for this recipe.






  5. I wrote a longer review and it erased. I made this recipe times 7 and added habanero pepper to make it taste more like what I ate growing up. Thanks and keep it coming with more vegan Ghana recipes please! My husband loved it!






  6. Another fantastic recipe. Again super easy to make and so flavoursome. Personally, I find this a handy recipe because I always have a stockpile of chickpeas and way too much spinach in my house. Thanks,guys!

  7. I love the look of this meal. Spinach and chickpea is such a great combination! I will add this to my pinterest meals. Would you check out my meals & vegan gifts if you get chance on plantbasedcards.co.uk thanks 😀

  8. Made it last night for dinner we loved it but I had to substitute the beans because for some reason I can’t eat chickpeas anymore. It just leaves me feeling awful.
    On a happy note I always loved your blog after another chef friend of mind told me about you. But now I love you even more because you are married to an African.
    Next recipe will be the African Peanut soup…my husband keeps asking for something with Peanut sauce.