|cooking unripe plantain porridge with goat meat|
I can comfortably eat this as my breakfast, lunch or even dinner.
When cooked with goat meat,
unripe plantain porridge reminds me of how in my local community,
this is a traditional breakfast meal.
Cook this with bush meat and it gives another wonderful yummy taste.
With smoked fish, you just end up over stuffing your stomach against your wish.
|hot leaf (uziza vegetables)|
|a boiling pot of unripe plantain porridge|
- 1kg Goat or ram meat (male)
- diced unripe plantain
- knorr or maggi seasoning cubes
- Locust beans (optional)
- palm oil
- hot leaf
|Unripe plantain porridge thickens while cooking|
- Washed goat meat is put in a pot with some salt, seasoning, ground pepper, chopped onion and a little water, covered and allowed to boil.
- Check for salt and tenderness, add some more water to get to the quantity of plantain you want to cook. Allow to boil until meat is a bit tender.
- Add diced unripe plantain, palm oil and a little quantity of ground locust beans, cover and allow to cook. continue to check and stir the contents.
- Let oil cook and mix well, when plantain begins to get tender, add the washed and chopped hot leaf sparingly. cover and continue to check and stir until it thickens up to the consistency you like.
- Serve hot.
|a serving of porridge|
|porridge breakfast is healthy and yummy with some thick sauce|
Enjoy and continue to eat healthy!