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Now let’s go to your kitchen and get started!
Okra Stew ingredients
2 pounds of okra
1 pound of Cod fish (stock fish)
2 tablespoons of crushed pepper (At your discretion, use quantity you can tolerate)
16 ounces tomato paste
1 cup of palm oil
2 tablespoons of chicken flavor
2 cloves of garlic
2 tablespoons of crush pepper
Medium sized onion
1 large sized mackerel fish (titus)
1 pound of chopped spinach
1 ½ pounds of chicken thigh
1 medium sized bunch of spring onion leave
For the yam flour balls, ingredients are:
1 lbs of yam flour
Plastic wraps for wrapping the yam flour after moulding dough.
Spatula for turning the dough
10 cups of water
Okra Stew Procedure
Wash the meat and cod fish, then transfer to the pot.
Add, some sliced onion, ¼ teaspoon of salt and 1 tablespoon of chicken flavor to it.
Set onto the stove and let cook for about 18 minutes on medium heat,
After 18 minutes add the mackerel (titus) fish allow it to cook for another 5 minutes.
In another pot, which we would be using for cooking the okra stew,
Set the pot on the stove and add 1 cup of oil to heat a little bit.
Add sliced onion and stir for about 1 minutes.
Add your tomato paste and pepper, then stir.
Add 2 pinches of salt, 1 tablespoon of chicken flavor.
Cover and let it cook or fry for about 5 to 10 minutes.
Now add your already cooked combination of mackerel fish, cod fish and chicken meat including the stock from the combination.
Allow to cook for about 3 to 5 minutes.
Now we are almost done, and the next thing is to add the okra and the vegetable, then mix.
Allow to simmer for about 2 to 5 minutes.
Next is the yam flour procedure, it tastes just like mashed potato, I encourage you to try it, trust me, you will like it and if you’re interested, the recipe is what I described below;
Poundo Yam Procedure
For the yam yam (1lbs), fetch into your pot, 10 cups of water and set on the stove to boil.
Once boiled, reduce the power of the stove to the barest minimum.
Now it’s time to start adding your yam flour and turn using your spatula at the same time, add the flour sparingly and bit-by-bit so yam or dough doesn’t get too thick.
Once thick enough, (you can sprinkle little bit of water on it) cover and let it steam for about 2 minutes on the very low heat still.
After two minutes, turn the dough again and start serving, the best bet is to wrap a quantity each individual participating in the eating can finish in one sitting using a plastic wrap and that’s it.
Now ready to be served with your soup or stew but what we are using here is our okra stew above.
Congratulation!!! Now enjoy your eating and see you next time.
This Post Has 10 Comments
Adrienne11 May 2020
This looks delicious! We love fish but I haven’t tried it in a stew yest so this is a must try!
CA11 May 2020
I used to eat okra when I was younger. It’s hard to find it nowadays. Or it was maybe because my grandma loves okra and used to cook it a lot. She would have loved this recipe.
Rebecca12 May 2020
This looks great, can’t wait to try it!
Natalie12 May 2020
Looks delicious! I’ve actually never cooked with okra, but I love finding new produce to cook with.
Melissa12 May 2020
This recipe sounds delicious and I love anything tasty but also great for your health. Thank you for sharing I can’t wait to try it
littlemisadvencha12 May 2020
I miss okra! I miss lutong bahay. I can’t wait to go home to my mom’s cooking…
Priya12 May 2020
Great way to eat Okra. I eat Okra but I am a vegetarian and we eat it on its own.
Bailey Deziel13 May 2020
This recipe looks really yummy! My mouth is watering just looking at it.
Asabe18 May 2020
Yummy delicious delicacies ?
Kait26 Sep 2020
What an interesting recipe! I love okra, but never tried it in a stew like this. The yam flour balls sound really delicious too!