Today we focus on a Ghanaian dish which brings a lot of delight on the faces of people, boiled yam with garden egg stew. You can eat this meal with a fork but using your hands does add an extra spice, I must admit. Here's the recipe:
Pepper, Onion, Salt, Vegetable oil, Green pepper, Carrots
Rinse pepper and garden eggs
Cut the garden eggs into half.
Cook the garden eggs and pepper until skin is soft.
Blend the garden eggs and pepper until smooth.
Pour some oil in a frying pan and heat onions.
Chop tomatoes, green pepper and carrots into small pieces and add to the frying pan.
Allow to cook for 5 minutes.
After about 5 minutes, add the garden eggs, add seasoning and salt for taste.
Allow to simmer under low heat while you peel the yam.
Cut yam into small cubes, wash in a bowl of clean water and boil with enough water. Add salt.
When yam is soft, pour water out and move to plate.
Serve yam and vegetable garden eggs stew.
This meal is best served hot!!!
Nigerian Suya is a very popular spicy street food usually patronised by West Africans.