Welcome to our Blog where we'll be sharing with you lots of delicious recipes and helpful tips on picking the best ingredients that make Ghanaian and Korean dishes fabulous.
Deluscious Catering is about fusing Korean and African flavours to come up with unique combinations that taste good. Food doesn't need to be complicated and extravagant to taste good, you'd be surprised how a few fresh organic ingredients can create the tastiest of dishes.
Over the years we've learnt what works well together and we take traditional National dishes like Jollof rice (Ghanaian) or Bulgogi (Korean) and add our own twist to it.
I look forward to indulging your taste buds as you explore the world of Deluscious :)
Today I'm going to talk about one of the main things (There are quite a few similarities I might add!) Korean and Ghanaian food have in common...... SPICE..
Gochugaru is a savoury, spicy, and pungent fermented pepper paste made from red chili, glutinous rice, fermented soybeans, and salt. Traditionally it has been naturally fermented outdoors for a few years in earthen pots. I use this to make my Korean spicy sauce which is perfect for dipping spring rolls and Gyoza aka Potstickers in. I will post a recipe for this in the next few weeks so stay tuned and have a blessed week :)