3 cups of Afang leaves – Shredded and Pounded
A small bundle of Shredded Water leaves (Substitute – Spinach)
10 medium pieces of Beef
7 medium pieces of Shaki (beef tripe)
7 medium pieces Kpomo (Cow Skin)
1 small piece of Dry Fish
A small piece of stockfish
4 pieces of snail (optional)
1 cup of dressed periwinkle (if you have access to them)
A Cup of Jumbo Prawns (optional)
A handful of Crayfish pieces
1 cooking spoon of Dry blended crayfish powder
2 piece of yellow pepper(optional)
1 teaspoon of chilli powder
2 cooking spoons of palm oil (add more if you desire)
Salt to taste
Wash the beef, shaki, stockfish, snail, periwinkle and kpomo and place in a pot to boil with salt, chilli powder and seasoning cubes. Check on each item and if anyone becomes soft quicker than the others, take it out till the others are softer then pour them back in the pot.
Shred and Pound the afang leaves till a smooth mashed texture is achieved. You may wish to chop the yellow pepper and pound with the afang once it is almost ready. (Side note: if you do not have a mortar and pestle, you can improvise by placing the shredded afang leaves in a blender with a little water and blend for 20 seconds. It may not come out as mashed as the pounded version)
Wash the water leaves or spinach and shred and set aside.
In a bowl, wash dry fish and and the crayfish pieces and add to the pot allow to boil for 5 minutes
Add the blended dry crayfish, shrimp if you have and more seasoning if necessary.
Pour in the palm oil to the stock and allow to simmer for 2 minutes.
Add the water leaf or spinach and immediately add the pounded Afang leaves and stir in.
Take it off the heat and allow the steam from the soup cook the vegetables.
NB: Remember the secret is to have the vegetables fresh tasting so do not leave it on the stove to overcook the vegetables.
Serve with Pounded yam, Eba (Garri or Cassava flakes), Fufu or Semovita.
Malawian recipes: grilled chambo fish
Add olive oil to a saucepan. Then add turmeric, ginger, sugar and raisins. Put on a low heat to dissolve the sugar and infuse the spices. Remove from the heat, add coconut milk and whisk rapidly. Add a tablespoon of soy sauce and a dash of lemon juice. If the sauce seems a little thin, thicken with a little roux.
Salad Muffins Recipe for Pizza
Muffin salty pizza way!
Ingredients for 11 pieces:
180 gr of flour
1 sachet of baking powder
150 gr of white ham
10 cl of olive oil
10 cl of milk
100 gr of shredded
3 eggs salt and pepper (is not that a spice ???)
2 fresh tomatoes cut into small herbs de provence
some black olives
Preheat the oven to 180 ° C In a dish mix the flour and the yeast then make a well. In another dish beat the eggs with milk, olive oil and then pour this mixture into the flour. Mix then add about 50 grams of grated, then cut the ham into small pieces. Season with salt and pepper. Pour the dough into muffin molds and place on top a few dices of fresh tomatoes, grated, a pinch of Provence herbs and a black olive in the center. Bake 25 minutes (heat ventilated fifteen minutes then normal heat)
Fried fish, vegetable salad
For a table of 4
In your cart :
4 medium fish –
1 tsp chili – salt – pepper –
1 tbsp strong mustard –
1 fillet of vinegar –
1/2 cube broth –
2 tablespoons olive oil –
500g of potato –
2 tomatoes –
250g of onions –
2 feet of salad –
1/2 bunch of Chinese parsley –
1 tbsp honey 2 eggs
How to do :
Clean the fish and draw regular furrows.
Mix salt and chili, coat and cook in a frying bath.
Wash and cut salad, parsley.
Slice the onion, marinate a portion with mustard, vinegar, broth, honey, a pinch of salt and pepper.
Mix with tomatoes and potatoes cooked with water and cut.
Decorate with the boiled eggs.