Lohi’s Kitchen: Chicken and Goat Stew

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Chicken & Goat Stew
In a world today that is full of  “fancy” foods and an appeal for eating something different, It is always a welcome change to eat some “vintage” Nigerian food. Rice and stew is the typical go-to meal for most Nigerians. I remember growing up as a child in Port-Harcourt and eating Rice and Stew with big pieces of chicken or meat every Sunday*big grin* It felt like a family routine but as I grew up and started to socialize with other people, I realized it seemed to be a country-wide routine and it is something I have incorporated into my own household. Here is a simple recipe for Stew! Hope you enjoy and check out the printable recipe at the bottom!
 

-Boil meat and chicken in separate pots with spices and diced onions.
-Allow to boil for 20-30mintues or until soft.
-Put into oven tray and grill on low for 20 mins.
 

-Cut onions,bell peppers,scotch bonnet, and tomatoes.
-Blend with little water until it becomes a puree
 

-Boil blended tomatoes until there is little or no water (do not allow it to burn)
-In a clean pot, heat up about 4 table spoons of oil.
-Add tomatoes and allow to fry for5 minutes (WARNING BE CAREFUL: COVER POT TO PREVENT SPLASHES)
-Lower the heat and add spices, chicken and meat stock and allow to boil for 20  mins.
-Add chicken and goat meat and boil on medium heat for 10 more minutes.
-Eat with some rice, plantains, yam, beans, etc.

Hope you enjoyed and please leave your comments to let me know how it turned out if you do try it.

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Lohi O

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Nne you just made me hungry; now i am headed to the kitchen to prepare stew with fried tilapia. Btw, lohi where can i get those red spicy peppers we use back home? The closest i could find here in the states are habanero peppers which give food very good taste/flavor and is very spicy. I would still prefer those red spicy peppers,(the ones shown in the pictures above/not the bell peppers). If some one can send me information on where to get it, i would appreciate it. thanks.

    • hey! They are called scotch bonnet peppers and should be at any grocery store. Next to jalapeños or other hot peppers. Hope you find them! and thank you for commenting.

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