Weekend special How to prepare Garden Eggs Stew & Plantain

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Garden eggs
Salt and seasoning
Palm oil
Dried salted tilapia

1. wash and peel the apim plantain.
2. wash and cut the garden eggs.
3 Cook the garden eggs and apim for about 10 – 15 min
4 remove the garden eggs from the pot
5 Soak the salted tilapia to dissolve as much salt as possible.
6 Use the asanka/ earthen ware/mortar and pestle to mash the onion, pepper and garden eggs.
7 Pour the palm oil into the cooking pot and allow to warm up
8 Fry the tilapia and remove from the oil.
9 Add the chopped onions into the oil and fry about 3 min.
10 Add the sliced tomatoes and allow to cook for about 5-7 minutes.
11.Now add the grounded garden egg mixture to the gravy and allow to simmer for about 5- 10 min
12 Add the tilapia, stir and check for salt
Add some salt if needed.
Serve the cooked apim into the serving plate and add the stew as well.


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