Ghana Tight Tart
How To Bake Ghana Tart | Ghana Tight Recipe (YouTube)

Soft flour – 4 cups sugar 1 cup Margarine 1cup Salt 1/2 teaspoonBaking powder 1 teaspoonBaking soda 1teaspoonNut meg 1 teaspoon Milk half cup Yellow food col…

Ghana tarts, also known as tights, are something between a mildly sweet sugar cookie and a shortbread that are great for tea. Everybody has their own variations, but the basic proportions are 4 parts flour to 1 part sugar, to 1 part margarine, to 1/2 part milk or water, 1 teaspoon each of both baking powder and baking soda, 1/2 teaspoon of salt, some yellow food coloring, some nutmeg, and some vanilla flavor.

It’s not as big a rivalry as jollof rice, but there is some debate about whether or not the basic formula should be messed with at all, and whether or not better ingredients (such as using butter, coconut, or the vegetable ghee type of palm oil) would result in a better tight, and whether or not once you do that it’s still a tight.

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