4cupsalready blended roasted peppers.This consists of 5 large bell peppers, 3 medium tomatoes, 1 Large onion
1Large onion chopped
2tablespooniruoptional see note 2 below
2habanero peppers blended with the tomatoes and bell peppers
600gcow feet cooked
600gbeef cooked and fried
5cupsBeef stock or water
Salt/ bouillon to taste
Mix the oils in a saucepan and hear it up.
Saute the onions and iru then add the blended tomatoes-bell pepper mix. (If you didn't roast your tomatoes and bell peppers, see note 1 below)
Add the meat stock and cover pot and bring stew to a boil.
When the stew begins to boil, taste for seasoning, (remember the meat stock already has some seasoning) then add more stock cube and salt if needed.
Turn down heat to medium and allow stew to simmer for about five minutes.
Add your meats and stir. Cover pot again to allow stew simmer further for another 5 mins for the meats to absorb the flavor.
Stir and turn off heat.
Serve over ewedu, gbegiri (bean soup) with amala or Keto amala
Serve over rice or beans
Serve over rice and beans with plantains
1. Roasting my tomato- bell pepper mix ahead saves me time If you don't want to roast the mix ahead, don't worry all you need to do is to wash the ingredients and blend. Then after sauteeing the onions pour in the freshly ground tomato- bell pepper mix and fry it toll most of the water is absorbed before adding the meat stock.2. Iru is not compulsory for this dish. Aunt Funmi didn't add or in when she taught me. But over the years I occasionally add iru because I like the taste.
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