Monday, July 23, 2012

Curried Macaroni With Fish And Chicken Neck


Curried macaroni with chicken neck
 Curried macaroni with Fish And Chicken Neck

Dear Diary, it has taken me so long to be able to post due to the problems with my system. When one problem is fixed today, it develops another one tomorrow. I have been cooking all this while, but posting them has been like impossible.

INGREDIENTS
  1. macaroni
  2. chicken neck
  3. fish
  4. curry
  5. seasoning (knorr cubes)
  6. ripe bananas
  7. salt
  8. onion
  9. pepper
  10. waterI boiled the chicken neck briefly with some water, onion, and salt to enable me get some stock for cooking the macaroni. After which, the chicken neck is fried in soya oil.
 The macaroni is boiled with the stock from the chicken neck, curry, pepper, seasoning and salt are added to taste. The pot is covered for a while before the fish is added. I used tomato flavoured canned fish, so I didn't have to boil the fish before adding. The pot is covered and allowed to cook.

when it was tender enough, that is to my own taste,I turned off the cooker.The bananas are chopped into tiny pieces and added to the dished plates of food with the chicken neck.
I cannot eat more than one piece or half a piece, all these pieces of meat here were just put there for garnishing. after the pics, I took them off before eating my macaroni.

If you have not tried eating your macaroni with ripe bananas, just try it. You will enjoy the taste. Do not pour in too many banana chops, one banana is just OK for a plate of macaroni. It is yummy.

16 comments:

  1. Another food blog! yeahhhh!!!!! please keep the recipes coming.... amona be trying my hands on one of them soon!!!

    thanks for passing through my blog, trust I will be seeing more of you there...

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    1. Thanks Priscy. These are all healthy meals you can trust. Yes, you will be seeing me there.

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  2. Thank you so much for checking out my blog and commenting. I am delighted to follow yours, I also love to cook. I may even try this recipe :-) God Bless.

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    1. Thank you, Sure you will enjoy it!

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  3. Abiola12:35 PM

    This is lovely,M̶̲̥̅γ̲̣̣̥ mouth has begin 2 watery,wit dis delicacy.is der optional if der is ‎​NÕ̸̳͡ Oo°˚˚˚° chicken neck 2 used.

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    1. Yes Biola, Thanks. Any type of meat or fish can be used.

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  4. You newest follower!

    Sounds YUMMY! Will try it!

    Rebecca

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    1. You are welcome Rebecca. Thanks.

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  5. Thanks for becoming a follower! Wow, you look like you`re a great cook! I love cooking too, just hate cleaning up afterwards! (but it has to be done!) Must try out this recipe some day. Judith

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  6. Cleaning up afterwards... I wish it can be skipped. Thanks for stopping by, do come again!

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  7. Wow your blog just got me hungry. Great job.
    I've never tried the plantain bit with macaroni, I have with rice though. I should give it a shot.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog

    www.janylbenylshares.com

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  8. Thanks MsJB. I appreciate your comments on my blog.

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  9. Yummy! Marcaroni with ripe bananas...this is definitely worth trying

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  10. Thanks Dayor. Thanks for the follow.

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  11. My mouth is already watering! I can't wait to get home to try these recipes. Thanks for the comment on my blog. I've followed yours and I'll further list you.

    No thanks for making me hungry! Lol

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  12. Hi Onayimi, Please do try them. Thank you for stopping by and for the follow.

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