POKS Kosua Ne Meko (Egg & Pepper)

POKS Kosua Ne Meko (Egg & Pepper)

Eggs are a rich source of protein and can be cooked in many ways; boiling, frying, scrambling, poaching etc, for different meals. Typically, boiled eggs are sliced or diced into salads, or stuffed to make deviled eggs. However, our favorite way of snacking or eating eggs comes from Ghana, West Africa. Ghanaians love to eat eggs and will add boiled eggs to almost every meal as a protein source. A famous Ghanaian street snack is Kosua Ne Meko (Egg & Pepper).

Kosua Ne Meko is the cousin of deviled eggs with both starting with perfectly boiled eggs. However, instead of removing the yolk and making a stuffing for the egg with it for deviled eggs, with Kosua Ne Meko, the yolk is left in the egg. Then the egg and yolk are stuffed with red chili relish made from red chili, tomatoes, onion and salt. Finally, slivered onions are added for a crunch. One bite of this snack is addictive, and will have you buying eggs by the dozen.

Discover FlavorFULL Goodness with the POKS Kosua Ne Meko (Egg & Pepper) with fruity spicy notes from POKS Green West African Chili Sauce instead of the traditional Red Chili Sauce or Relish. The end result? A fan-favorite snack, that will have you coming back for more.


  • Boiled Eggs
  • Red Onion (Slivered)
  • POKS Green West African Chili Sauce


  • Slice the boiled egg through the yolk, into two.
  • Add 1/2 Tbsp - 1 Tbsp of POKS Green West African Chili Sauce to egg.
  • Top with slivered onions and serve.
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