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Ofada stew is an African food for eating Ofada Rice. If you have followed our recipe for Ofada Rice, here’s how to make the perfect Ofada Stew. We can bet that nobody makes Ofada Rice and Stew as sweet as this.

OFADA RICE

Ingredients

2 Cups Of Palm Pepper                                                                                                                                                                                         Chili Pepper,                                                                                                                                                                  Tomato

1 Cup Locust Beans

2 Tablespoons Crayfish

1 Medium Onion

1 Cube Seasoning (Jumbo Chicken Stock Powder),                                                                                         Assorted Meat (Beef, Shaki, Pomo, Cow Intestines),                                                                                              Salt (To Taste).

2 Cups of Palm Oil

Pepper

Tomato

1 Cup Locust beans

2

Before cooking

Wash the Assorted Meats properly (using Pomo, scrape out the dirty inner part and outer part carefully, using cow Intestines, turn out and wash thoroughly, for Shaki, wash gently). Rinse the Meats again with clean water and dice into small pieces, place in a pot and slice little onion and pour in the Meats, add Seasoning , salt and 2 to 3 cups of water then cover and place on the gas cooker for about 30minutes. When the meat is cooked, remove from the fire and place aside. Blend the pepper and little tomato (not necessary) and pour in a cooking pot, cook till the liquid dries. Rinse the locust beans and set aside.

Steps to Cooking

Palm oil is the key to this African food — pour the palm oil inside the cooking pot and place on the gas cooker, make the heat moderate and let the palm oil heat up and cover for about 8 minutes, open all the windows to avoid being choked by the smoke and be careful to avoid the situation where oil catches fire. Turn off the gas cooker and leave the palm oil to cool down for about 4minutes.

Place it back on the gas cooker and let the palm oil heat up for a minute, then pour the rinsed Locust Beans, stir for 2 minutes and add the Pepper into the Palm Oil. Stir together continuously untill the Palm Oil starts riding on the Pepper. Add the ground crayfish, Seasoning powder and the remaining sliced Onion. Add Salt (to taste), stir again and cover for two minutes. Pour the cooked assorted meats and stir together. Touché! Your Ofada Stew is ready, don’t forget to lower the heat to keep the stew warm until you are ready to serve it. Ofada stew is an African food that is best served warm. Enjoy

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