SUNDAY SPECIAL || Vegetable Stew With Spinach!


Hello lovely people, I'm starting this years posting with food update. I'm sharing my vegetable stew recipe which cooks in 20 minutes if you are multi-tasker like me; rice on one hob, beef on another hob, boiling water on a 3rd hob!

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Ingredients
Chopped peppers
Chopped tomatoes
Chopped onions
Chopped beef
Chopped Spinach
Vegetable Oil
Salt
Knorr

Method
  • Spice and boil beef till tender...allow it to cook till the stock/broth is very little and thick- like 2 teaspoon fulls.
  • Heat up vegetable oil and add chopped onion, add little knorr seasoning.
  • When the onion is soft and transparent, add the beef and let it fry a little;do not add water so it does not become runny, just add the teaspoon full of broth.
  • Do not cover the pot, use a WOK preferably, that's what I used.
  • Add the mixture of chopped pepper and tomatoes. Drain the pepper and tomato before frying it so that the stew does not get too watery.
  • Taste for salt, and add more if it's not tasty enough...I leave the salt till later because the broth is concentrated with spices...you do not want your food too salty.
  • Stir until cooked...
  • Add spinach and let it simmer for 3 minutes and viola!
Serve with rice or boiled yam...whatever you fancy really.
On some days I add smoked fish, prawn and ground crayfish but today I was craving meat. 

16 comments

  1. you are eating well, you should do come dine with me

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  2. after frying the beef, do you put the broth of the beef inside the pot or does the beef generate enough water

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  3. @LALA i boil the beef to the point that the broth is almost dried up and really thick, like 2 teaspoon fulls. I add that after I add the tomato.

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  4. That vegetable stew looks really good and i love the spinach still has the green color..its more tasty that way :D

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  5. You have to cook this for me o *wink**

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  6. Dis is my husband's favorite meal.in mine,I use snails nd gizzard.its easy to make nd time saving too.

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  7. Hmmm...this looks tantalising...

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  8. Tempt me not during this time of dieting. LOL...

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  9. looks good and guess it tasted good too. I am soo gonna try this out this weekend. hope I get it right.

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  10. This is def gona happen this weekend! looks very delish and yum

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  11. Mehn!!!! I did not know you cook so well. Ah you are owing me a meal in that case. iLove :-)

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  12. Simply put, you are an excellent cook. I will be more than happy to visit your home eh! No wonder you like 'food'....

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  13. Hi I just want to confirm can i use blended tomatoes/pepper will it come out same

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