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grab a handful, dash em in the bin

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8 hours ago, Lionel & Dave said:

can anyone recommend a good Nigerian/Ghanaian type stew recipe

like one of them oily tomato based stews

thanks

Oil

Blend two cans of plum tomatoes, two Scotch bonnets, two big onions and two red bell peppers and some drops of Maggi 

Cook that sauce 

Season beef and diced chicken separately, garlic and ginger paste, curry powder, I think thyme. Cook them separately from the stew sauce 

 

Cook the sauce for about 30-45, stir often 

 

Then put the meat into the stew, add some more seasoning to taste 

 

My girl does hers roughly like that. Can't give exact times and measurements, more experimental and too taste 

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8 hours ago, Lionel & Dave said:

can anyone recommend a good Nigerian/Ghanaian type stew recipe

like one of them oily tomato based stews

thanks

Oil

Blend two cans of plum tomatoes, two Scotch bonnets, two big onions and two red bell peppers and some drops of Maggi 

Cook that sauce 

Season beef and diced chicken separately, garlic and ginger paste, curry powder, I think thyme. Cook them separately from the stew sauce 

 

Cook the sauce for about 30-45, stir often 

 

Then put the meat into the stew, add some more seasoning to taste 

 

My girl does hers roughly like that. Can't give exact times and measurements, more experimental and too taste 

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1 hour ago, Mame Biram Diouf said:

Oil

Blend two cans of plum tomatoes, two Scotch bonnets, two big onions and two red bell peppers and some drops of Maggi 

Cook that sauce 

Season beef and diced chicken separately, garlic and ginger paste, curry powder, I think thyme. Cook them separately from the stew sauce 

 

Cook the sauce for about 30-45, stir often 

 

Then put the meat into the stew, add some more seasoning to taste 

 

My girl does hers roughly like that. Can't give exact times and measurements, more experimental and too taste 

Saaaaaaafe

exactly what I'm after, cheers

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11 spices — mix with 2 cups white flour

2/3 tablespoon salt

1/2 tablespoon thyme

1/2 tablespoon basil

1/3 tablespoon oregano

1 tablespoon celery salt

1 tablespoon black pepper

1 tablespoon dried mustard

4 tablespoons paprika

2 tablespoons garlic salt

1 tablespoon ground ginger

3 tablespoons white pepper

 

 

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got served a veg lasagna on Saturday evening that I've been thinking about ever since, was amazing, but she told me she spent a while making the sauce, etc

yeah my issue is protein options feel boring, I've done the falafel/chickpeas, tofu, beans, quinoa... but I'm not inspired

c/s you feeling better though, I've not once had that feeling of needing to wait to digest before doing anything, you never have that feeling of weight in your stomach, or tiredness after eating

but you have to plan your meals better, and put a little bit of effort in

im too lazy to be that person but I'm definitely gonna cut down on meat consumption overall

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