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Yam Pottage

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Ingredients

1/2 of a Medium Yam Tuber (cut into large chunks)

3 cooking spoons of blended tomato and pepper

1 Tilapia Fish (medium)

1 cup of Shrimp

1 medium Onion

2 Yellow Peppers (habanero pepper)

2 tablespoons of crayfish powder

Seasoning cubes

2 cooking spoons of Palm Oil

A handful of chopped Ntong (Scent leaves)

Method

Peel and cut your yam into large chunks, place in a pot of water and bring to boil.

Add your chopped onions and pepper and allow to boil for 15 minutes.

Pour in your blended tomato mix and your seasoning cubes.

Check to see if your yam is soft, if not add a little more water.

Once the yam is soft, add your fish and shrimp so it can steam. Do not stir the pot at this point so the fish does not break in your pot.

Allow the seafood to steam for about 5 – 8 minutes and take out the fish and set aside.

Add your crayfish powder, check for seasoning and add your palm oil.

Sprinkle your chopped vegetables last, stir in and add your fish again.

Serve hot.

Source: www.afrolems.com

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