Spoken mainly in the southwestern coastal region of my beautiful Ghana, “shito” translates to “pepper, spicy or hot in the Ga language. Ghana sits above the equatorial Gulf of Guinea, so it's cuisine is in abundance of fish and umami.
Gloria’s Shito is a "gateway to Ghana through food - no passport required." Carefully crafted by way of a time-intensive process. It is made by the selecting and blending of hot peppers, ginger, garlic, onions, tomatoes (and often fish) to capture a bloom of umami and spice. Elevating a wide array of global cuisines.