the plantains out of the freezer and leave to sit on your kitchen worktop for
to a smooth puree
into a saucepan
you would have normally gotten out the wooden spoon, get out the hand mixer and attach the whisk rods. You are about to watch technology in motion.
the engine in motion and whisk. I started at number 1 and cranked it up to number 3 about a minute after.
the mixture, thickens as a result of heat, the amala wraps itself around the whisk rods, in a rapid circular motion, making it very stretchy and fluffy. Amala fele fele (light and fluff) as my Yoruba people say.
Addinganother one to the list for you guys at Google – astandmixer. I posted this on Instagramlast night and the FacebookPage – anotherreason to please follow @dooneyskitchen or Like Dooney’s Kitchen on Facebook
Addinggreenvegetables to the fry pan. Nigerianplantain porridge cooked the way we did before on the blog, ugu vegetablesare then stirfried with onion andcrayfish, addedand delicious pot of plantain porridge is ready
Do you havean overripe plantainstaring forlornly at you in the kitchen. You caneasilymake your own breadcrumbsat home by clicking here and if you don’t havean oven or blender, then click here to get the alternative
1, Peel, washand cut plantain in medium size cubes into a pot2, Add the water, tomato, onion,shrimp, bush meat, seasoning, pepper and bring to boil for about 15 minutes3, Add the crayfish powder and stir the pottage to help crush some of the plantainand thicken the sauce. Cook for 5 minutes4, Add the oil andtaste for salt, cook for 3 minutes stirring to further thicken the sauce if not thick enough5, Add the Ntong and turn off the heat. The heat will cook the vegetable6, Serve hot
Anyplantain lovers out there…. Imaginehaving your favouritemeat (chicken, turkey, etc. This recipe is another excuse for you to indulge Get to make your signatureplantainbatterandcoatabsolutelyanything in with it