To kick start blogging for this week, otherwise it will slowly descend to the bottom of the pile of tasks, I am bringing you Big Oladunni’s ChickenStew which I cooked on Saturday as part of a meal drop off service order for a heavily pregnant woman who has been placed on compulsory bed rest
The color of the stew (either greenish brown or. Cover the pot and bleach the palm oil on medium heat until the onions are completely burnt black and the palm oil changes from red to light brown in color
Stir Fry Chicken (Washed and drained). Transfer the vegetables (pepper) to a plate, and in that same pan add the stir fry chicken, it is important that the chicken is not dropping of water, this is meant to be stir "fried"
When it is brown, take it off the pan. I don't need to remind you about the cost of tomatoes, as a sharp babe I decided to fashi dat side and eat my rice with other sauces-tomato stew is not the only option you have available
Chicken peppersoup is a tasty spicy soup made with chicken, herbs and a host of local spices. Just like the other variations of Nigerian peppersoup such as Assorted meat peppersoup, Catfish peppersoup (point and kill, Ukodo, Egusi Pepper Soup, Ji mmiri oku, chicken peppersoup is a very simple yet versatile dish which can be prepared in various ways