Shredded Chicken Sauce Gravy with vegetables

Nigerian chickien with vegetable gravy still cooking
Cooking Steps For Shredded Chicken sauce/gravy:
  1. Add the washed shredded chicken, maggi arome, some chopped onion, some chopped green pepper, salt and curry in a pot. Stir, cover and allow to cook for 5 minutes
  2. Check for salt, cover and simmer for another 5 minutes
  3. Add sieved baking flour and some water, mix properly, check for salt and seasoning, let it simmer for another 5 minutes
  4. Back To Vegetables
  5. Add the chopped vegetables with curry, a little vegetable oil, seasoning and salt to taste. Stir and cook in low heat for 5 to 7 minutes
  6. Empty cooked vegetables and the shredded chicken sauce in a pot, check for thickness, salt and seasoning before covering and leaving to simmer for 5 minutes or as long as you feel is Ok for you, before turning off the heat.
  7. Serve with rice, macaroni, indomie noodles boiled without it's seasoning or spaghetti.

 shredded chicken sauce served with boiled spaghetti
Ingredients for shredded chicken sauce:
  • 1/2 kilo shredded chicken
  • 2 green peppers
  • 3 large carrots
  • 1 medium sized onion
  • 3 big cloves of cabbage
  • 2 dessert spoons flour
  • curry
  • maggi arome
  • salt
  • vegetable oil
  • water
Cooking made simple!
If you cook this, I promise, you will have to cook it twice in one week.
 The taste is unforgettable.
When you serve this to your family, they'll ask for this menu again and again and again!
 ingredients for shredded chicken sauce
shredding soft chicken
 cooking shredded chicken with curry, green pepper, maggi arome and onion
 shredded chicken boils and simmers
 adding baking flour, some more water to the pot
 simmering shredded chicken, flour, water
 well cooked shredded chicken
 cook vegetables for shredded chicken
 vegetables cook in oil, curry, maggi arome liquid
 shredded chicken is mixed with vegetables in a pot
 contents simmer for 7 minutes 
 boiled spaghetti quickly put in cold water to remove starch
 tasty sauce with  boiled spaghetti
 about to clear the food and ask for more

Enjoy cooking this!
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62 comments:

Anonymous said...

Walahi! Talahi! Ilaila! I must try dis! Madam ojay, u r God-sent. I luv u infact!

Eya Ayambem said...

Thank you dear!
I love you too!

Tamie said...

Just ma kinda meal!!
Lovely one eya.

Ahdaisy Jayde said...

I already ususally make this, although using a slightly different method. Truly, when you eat it ehn...you'll feel like licking the sauce pan :-) Beef lovers can also try this with minced meat, or diced beef...but you'll have to cook the beef very well.

Ahdaisy Jayde said...

Btw, aunty Eya, pls where do you buy shredded chicken? I usually shred my chicken myself either before I cook it, or after cooking it, I let it cool then bring them out, wash my hands and use my hands to shred the chicken. This method helps you get most of the flesh off the bone but I end up almost finishing the chicken on the spot. :-) So buying already shredded chicken will save both time and 'long-throat'....:-D

Debby 'Baro said...

This meal is r-i-c-h! I love the introduction of veggies, at least to help us eat healthy even as we enjoy the tasty meals.

Eya Ayambem said...

To avoid eating everything on the spot, shred raw chicken.
Shredded chicken can be got from departmental stores. I shredded this myself. Got a live chicken which was prepared at the market. When I got home, I picked out the pepper soup parts and shredded the meaty parts as you can see on the third picture.
It tastes so, so, good!

Eya Ayambem said...

Thanks Debby! I think every one needs to have a taste of this!

Eya Ayambem said...

Thanks Tamie,
ENJOY!

omo said...

I reaLly enjoY stopping by your blog, weldone! Pls once in a while can you put up food presentation tips, garnishing methods and how to preserve and store utensils like cooking pots,cutleries etc. Thank you

Anonymous said...

wow! u are amazing!! asked for it and i got what i asked for.
still waiting for the menu for shredded beef sauce though. trust u wuld put it up*huggy huggy*
by the time i'm thru with my hubby, he's gonna marry me over again...

love ya plenty

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Awww aunty Ojay,lovely,delicious and tempting dish. Dats what I planned cooking and sharing after ma burnt Veg soup*na wash*
Just bookmarked dis one coz its too much for a bachelor,till 1 plus 1 turns 1.

~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

Eya Ayambem said...

Thanks for stopping by Omo. I've heard you. Will try by God's grace. Thank you.

Eya Ayambem said...

Yes, I see him proposing and fixing a wedding date all over again. We won't let him rest. Don't worry eh. The shredded beef sauce is on it's way.

Eya Ayambem said...

Hahahaa thanks Bona, sorry about your burnt soup!
Well..., since I have prepared this one before you, whenever you cook abacha or any other Nigerian dish not yet on this blog, please o, remember to send us the pics. Lol!

Anonymous said...

But this woman u too mussssh mehnn. Look, I'm jealous of ur kids and hussy cos they are seriously enjoying. Kudos to u, it's not easy to get a wify/mother who is soooo at home with her home...#I'm grateful of this blog

Eya Ayambem said...

Thanks for the sweeeeet compliments!

nma said...

I'm sooooo confused right now.which 1 shld I prepare.I have bn cooking delicacy since •̸Ϟ husby showd me dis blog.we shld b cooking something different n since then,I have been.thanks aunty ojay.may God continue 2 bless you n Ur family.*still thinkin what 2 cook 4 dinner*

Eya Ayambem said...

Thanks too Nma. Maybe you should scroll right down and look at the Menu Timetable. It may be of help.

nma said...

Pls wher can I find the timetable.I have scrolld dwn n didn't see anytin.pls help me out hw I can see it.thx.

Eya Ayambem said...

It is the last thing on the blog after all the posts and adverts. Just continue to go down until you get to it. There are about 10 posts on the page, scroll down past all the posts. You will find it down there.
Please let me know how far?

Ella said...

Thks Eya. Really appreciate dis recipe. Will try it out dis evening. Being wanting to try dis out for quite a while now. Oga go talk true dis evening! Lol.

nma said...

I didn't see it.*sad* I tried kalin d no on Ur blog bt switch off.wat I can see dwn here is everytin abt U̶̲̥̅̊.mayb its bcos I'm usin •̸Ϟ fone.

Eya Ayambem said...

Oh, sorry, I switched off for a few minutes. If you are using a phone, just before you get to "All About Me" there is "VIEW WEB VERSION" click on it, then scroll down again.

If that doesn't work, then go to your browser and type or just Google: www.slideshare.net/eayambem.
Hope this helps. Lol!

Anonymous said...

Nice blog and i love the way everything comes out natural "no forming" your kitchen your pots just you....thanks for that natural nigerian woman touch.
here is another healthy tip, instead of using flour as a thicken, you can add Irish potatoes either as part of the vegetables or you blend the raw Irish potatoes and use as a thickener.

oge said...

God bless u ma 4 dis.since I discovered dis blog it hz bin fun fun all d way.u rockkkkkkkkkkkk

Eya Ayambem said...

Thanks for this tip! I guess I can try it with white soup too.
Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Aunty! U re too much. I ve learnt a lot fr ur blog. Infact ur edikaiko soup I learnt ws really amazing..... U re indeed a mother, a wife n every tin. Thank u so much aunty. Chioma.

Eya Ayambem said...

Thanks Oge! Please read more, and cook more of my recipes.

Eya Ayambem said...

God bless you Chioma, and thanks for trying out my edikang Ikong soup!

Eya Ayambem said...

Yes o!!!

Shayor said...

Eya!! Hmmmmmn! I'm beginning to imagine how happy my future husband would be!! Love u loads..*kisses*

BiKé said...

You make it look so simple. I'm pretty new here, but it looks like i'll be coming back often :) I'm seeing some gorgeous recipes I'll be trying out. Yum.

Eya Ayambem said...

Thank you Shayor!

Eya Ayambem said...

Thanks Bike! You are welcome here, anytime.

Eya Ayambem said...

@Nma, if doesn't work, send a mail to cuulme@gmail.com. That way I can download it to your mail box Ok.

Anonymous said...

Just made dis food ritnw......I feel likka star #yippppyyyyy#

Anonymous said...

Hmmmmmm dis gud. Bt I av a prob if my soup is salty wat ll I do 2 reduce it witout adding more water 2 it

Eya Ayambem said...

No, do not add more water. May be you should try making another salt less quantity to add to the salty one.

Anonymous said...

Can I use corn flour instead of flour? Then, I like adding' soy sauct just to give it a twinge. Nice job here and keep it up. We should do a cooking fest together soon.

cheers!

Eya Ayambem said...

Yes, you can use corn flour. I should try adding soy sauce, sounds yummy.
I AM IN!

Anonymous said...

I'm eating mine right now. So damn delicious! Thank you! For the first time, i love my food. Thanks Eya

Anonymous said...

i made this today and brought some to the office to share wt my colleagues for val, and all have been hailing me all day dat i gave dem food live from the internet. lol.
thank you so much thot i have lost my food touch.
nne

Eya Ayambem said...

@Nne, hope your colleagues didn't empty your food warmer?

Eya Ayambem said...

@ Ahdaisy, I just got both shredded chicken and beef at Park n Shop. You don't need to do the shredding anymore so you don't overload on chicken. LOL!

Anonymous said...

The fact that veggies are in a meal do not make the meal healthy. Over boiling it removes the nutrients and frying it makes it junk food.

Anonymous said...

HMMM,DISCOVERED THID BLOG THIS WEEK AND I INTEND TO TRY OUT ALL THE RECIPES. YOU ROCK. STARTING TONIGHT,NEED TO RUSH TO SHOPRITE FOR SOME SHREDDED CHICKEN.

Maya said...

you are loved aunty Eya GOD bless you hun

Anonymous said...

my friend prepared this sometime ago and i really enjoyed but i have beged her to teach me. but her write up was difficult to comprehend and the condiments were difficult to find anywhere. imagaine how easy u made. u are indeed a darling and i will neva stop visiting this site.
thanks a lot

Anonymous said...

Thank you Aunty Eya.You've made it sooooo easy!

Anonymous said...

Thank you Eya, have been looking for this recipe for long. Appreciate ur consistency

Anonymous said...

Wow i love dis. I ll try it dis weekend

Anonymous said...

My 1st time here n I must say I look 4ward to trying this but at what point do u add d soy sauce if ur using it?

Anonymous said...

My 1st time here. I must commend u 4 d great job u r doing n really look 4ward to trying this, but at wht point do I add d soy sauce if am using it. Plus I would really appreciate if I can access your edikaikong soup recipe. Thx. Obi

Anonymous said...

My 1st time here n I must say I look 4ward to trying this but at what point do u add d soy sauce if ur using it?

Anonymous said...

Just found this blog, you've earned yourself a loyal follower thanks to this recipe. Will try my hands at everything you have here...thank you

Anonymous said...

I must confess, i like this method. Must give it a trial.

hope said...

This is mouth watering but. There isn't pepper included. I cnt imagine myslf eatting this without pepper, I ll just throw up.

Sarafina Annan said...

this so nice.tanx alot

Sarafina Annan said...

this so nice.tanx alot

ogechi said...

Nice blog. Hv learnt so much 4rm your recipe. Thanks a lot.

Anonymous said...

Made mine with beef and was great. Thanks for the guideline.


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