1/4 cup Vegetable oil (for the sauce, you’d need more for trying the plantain.
3 cups chopped lighty fried meats (I used goat meat)
Shredded Fish (Smoked cod fish, dried sardines (bonga fish), about 1cup or more)
Bouillon cubes (2 or more depending on your tatse
Salt to taste
Chop up your plantains and deep fry till it’s almost turning brown and set aside.
You should have pre-fried your meats.
Pour 1/4 cup of oil in a pot, allow it to heat up, once hot pour the pepper mix , fry slightly and pour in the stock. If you are using bonga fish, rinse well and add to the pepper from the start. Cook for 5 mins and add the fried meats. On medium heat, cook the stew till the water has completely reduced add your bouillon cubes and salt. Cook with lid on.
Once the water has completely reduced, add smoked fish, and vegetable. Cook for about 5 minutes with the lid off.
Stir in the fried plantains and let it simmer for about 2 mins and turn the heat off.
I’ve been pushing the #Plantain #Chocolate competition for the #ounjegiveaway. So I’ve been sharing easy ways to incorporate plantain and chocolate. Plantain waffle is an old recipe I shared last year. This is a different take on the earlier RECIPE
4 large ripe plantains
2 cups Yogurt
1 cup flour
1/8 tsp Baking powder
1/8 tsp Baking soda
1/8 cup Sugar
1 cup Milk
1 tbsp *Vanilla extract
*Cooking spray or oil to coat your waffle iron.
▪ In a blender, blend the plantain and all the other ingredients to a smooth paste.
▪ Spray the waffle iron with some cooking spray or use a brush to apply oil on the iron to prevent the batter from sticking to the plates. (Use the waffle iron according to manufacturers instructions)