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Textured Soy Protein Uses

Go for Soya Chunks Jollof – YouTube

Join Ghanaian cooks in this step-by-step tutorial on how to make traditional jollof rice with added soya chunks (also known as textured soy protein or TSP).  Using the warm/hot method, the soya chunks are boiled and then fried to create a crispy and protein-packed addition to the dish. The end result is a nutritious, flavor-packed and affordable meal.

Go for Soya Chunks Kontomire – YouTube

Follow along this step-by-step tutorial on how to make traditional kontomire stew using soya chunks (also known as texturized soy protein or TSP). In this recipe, soya chunks are marinated in spices and then added to the stew as a flavorful boost of protein. The stew is topped off with agushie made from soya powder. The addition of soya chunks and soya powder to kontomire stew results in an affordable meal that is packed with protein and full of flavor.

Go for Soya Chunks Combined Testimonial – YouTube

In this video, interviews with trainees reveal the impact of trainings provided to the Ghana School Feeding Programme in 2020. Trainees report that learning how to incorporate soy into the children’s daily meals has extended the amount of food they are able to provide and has led to more active children.

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