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RECIPES OF YORUBA STEW

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Today’s post is on the “Recipes Of Yoruba Stew”.

Yoruba stew is mostly eaten by people from the yoruba tribe, it is some times served and eaten with White Rice, Ewedu soup alongside Amala, wheat flour, semovita, e.t.c

RECIPES
i. Tin-tomato
ii. Fresh tomato
iii. Tatashe
iv. Shaki/pormo
v. Seasoning cube
vi. Salt
vii. Onion
viii. Palm oil
ix. Curry
x. Thyme
xi. Fish (fresh)
xii. Garlic
xiii. Ginger
xiv. Beef (optional)
xv. Pepper

PROCEDURES
1. Wash and cut the shaki/pormo, beef, add in a sauce pan then add garlic, ginger, pepper, salt, seasoning cube, onion, a little water, steam for 5-10minutes.
2. Remove the gills and intestine from the fish and cut the fish into medium piece, wash and fry it.
3. Place a pan on heat, add the palm oil, allow to be well heated, add sliced onions, both the fresh and the tin tomatoes, tatashe and stir fry for 2-3 minutes.
4. Add curry, thyme, seasoning cube, pepper (not much), salt to taste, after that add the proth used in steaming the recipes, into the fried stew, stir fry for 1minutes.
5. Add the shaki/pormo, beef, fried fish, to the cooking pan on heat, allow to simmer for extra 3minutes, then you can bring it down.
Serve with any swallows or meal of your choice.
WOW!!! WELL COOKED

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5 thoughts on “RECIPES OF YORUBA STEW”

  1. Hi, Your passion for what you write comes through! Do you mind if I ask a question? Do you have a photo of the recipe so people can see how great it will look, really appetizing, once it’s made? Most of the recipes I’ve seen have photos. I hope you don’t mind my suggestion. I thought you wanted my feedback.
    Janice

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