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Friday, July 24, 2015

Nigerian Beef Sauce Recipe For Rice Plus More To Cook This Weekend

 Delicious beef sauce to be served with boiled rice or pasta.
 We have many beef, fish, chicken sauce recipes on the blog already and I wasn't planning on posting this but changed my mind when one of the two guests (gentlemen) served asked me for a written recipe. I was
pleasantly surprised when our guests finished eating, asked after me and whispered that I please hand him the recipe for this sauce to take him. It really really tasted good.

Cooking sauces for rice is what I do on sundays because I don't like to spend even an hour in the kitchen. I love to go in there, finish cooking in minutes and leave. Tomatoes stew take long top cook because the tomatoes has to be fried until it's dry and all that. I do not even fry till dry because my tomatoes is boiled before blending, yet it still takes longer to cook. Sauces cook in minutes ans taste five star cos that is what hubby said, that this sauce makes him feel like he is eating at Sheraton or Nicon and that made my head swell jor.


 Cooked with so much onion to give it the yummy taste I wanted.
 Ingredients For The Beef Sauce:


  • Carrots
  • Runner beans
  • cabbage
  • 1 very large Onion
  • green pepper
  • tatashe
  • Maggi cubes
  • salt
  • Shredded beef
  • water
    Would have loved to add more tatashe but this is all I found in the fridge.


 Cooked beef, boiled normally with salt, pepper and maggi or knorr seasoning cubes. The beef was shredded by me into very tiny flat pieces to cook faster and easy to scoop with rice.


 More water is added to the cooked meat to make for stock enough for the large family, lol, if you have a small family, you might not need to add water.


 Chopped vegetables are being sauteed to be added to the cooked beef. This  lasts until the onion is transluscent


 Vegetables are cooking in some drops of grand soya oil, you can use any vegetable oil of your choice


 Onion is cooked and translucent, vegetables are wilted, the taste is very satisfactory and ready to be added to the cooked beef.


 Mixing very small tomato paste with water to be added to the veggies before pouring in the beef. You can add blended tatashe, that is red bell peppers for bright color


 Stirring in the tomatoes 




 The vegetables are added to cooked beef and stirred




 Cooked beef sauce 


 Serving begins and even with the kitchen door closed, the whole house is covered in delicious aroma.
 YOU MAY LIKE TO TRY THE FOLLOWING TOO;
 Nigerian chicken sauce recipe
 Egg plant chicken sauce recipe here
2. Egg Plant Chicken Sauce
 Recipe for Jamaican sauce with white rice by Patsy
3.Jamaican sauce with white rice by Patsy


Recipe for quick bitter leaf sauce
4. Quick Bitterleaf sauce with rice by SeyiFunmi Meg Ricketts


Recipe for shredded chicken gravy
4. Shredded Chicken gravy with vegetables

Have fun with your quick cook, nutritious sauces.
Enjoy.

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48 comments:

  1. AnonymousJuly 24, 2015

    wow. my hubby will love this

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    1. Thanks, I bet he will. Have fun quick cooking.

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    2. Aunty Eya, I tried this tonight. You can check my link on Nairaland for pictures and full credit to your blog. Many thanks to you dear; twas yummy.

      http://www.nairaland.com/1122902/cook-kitchen-take-pictures-post/345#38769497

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    3. I just saw it, you cook so well. Thanks for the credits.

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  2. Thanks Aunty Eya for this, I'll definitely try them out.
    I nominated you for the Versatile blogger award, do check on it!

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    1. Thank you so much. I'll respond ASAP.

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  3. God pikinJuly 25, 2015

    Pls Aunty Eya, what is runner beans? Thanks

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    1. @ God pikin, na green beans on. The one sold by sellers of cabbage, carrots, tatashe etc.

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    2. God pikinJuly 26, 2015

      Ok. Thank you so much. Definitely going to try this out. Happy Sunday!

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    3. @God pikin all you had to do was google runner beans. Sometimes its smarter to do that before embarassing yourself.

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    4. Since when does asking questions tagged embarrasing?

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  4. Made this just now.wow.so lovely.added very little corn flour cuz twas watery.combined beef with chicken.eating it with fried plantain and basmati rice.thanks aunty eya

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    1. Well done Bidemi, great job. Next time try thickening with very little plain baking powder. Enjoy your nutritious meal.

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  5. THNKS FOR THE BEEF SAUCE.I TRIED IT THIS WEEKEND ,IT WAS DELICIOUS AD HUBBY ENJOYED IT TOO.MORE OF THIS PLEASE

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    1. Thanks Happiness. God bless you for this feedback. I'm so happy you tried the recipe. I love that your family enjoyed it too. Have a beautiful week.

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  6. AnonymousJuly 30, 2015

    Nice recipe ma pls what do u mean by sauteed? Tnx Veev

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    1. Just google it dear. Google is your best friend and best part - it's free.

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    2. @Anon dear, to sauté vegetables is to fry them quickly in a little oil.

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  7. Great Recipe ! Made it last weekend and everyone loved it. Well done ma. Keep up the good work.

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  8. Aunty Eya Oluwa ooooo U ARE TOO MUCH.
    Thank you ma.

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    1. Thank you Ayo, please cook more o.

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  9. rosy and chicAugust 09, 2015

    yummy yummy yum yum. for ur bridal makeup in ph and environs pls call 08062582948

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  10. That looks really nice. Greetings!

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    1. Greetings to you too Blogoratti

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  11. Yummy! Salute

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  12. Taking a break now. I thought drastically reducing blogging time should appease, but, I was wrong. Irregular posting is not helping the blogs and I am tired of hiding to blog. My urm... family thinks I spend too much time blogging while I think I'm not even giving the blogs enough time and updates since after the baby. I don't want to fight o, I put family first but wish and pray for THAT support. See you later, when I can. I'm sorry.
    However and by the way, if you have anything else for me, other than blogging o, you can apply to me, your application might just be considered. In the meantime, I continue to baby sit my almost 2 year old baby.

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  13. Hi Eya sorry to hear about as I enjoy your blog so much. I quite understand. I am a lawyer and you don't want to know how many times my hubby wanted me to resign but now he is happy I stayed put because Naija economy no easy . Perhaps you have not been wise in the way you blog? Sorry to say this but I notice you said in your fashion blog that you were taking pics even though you are running late for church. I guess that meant Hubby was standing & watching you while you kept him waiting!!! Not too good Sis! African men are very jealous and when they speak the children copy them. Why not blog when your baby naps? Again he is 2 years old when will he start school. Nowadays Nigerian children start at 18months whether or not the mum is a stay at home mum. Plan what you want to blog on & blog for only one hour each day. Sometimes you run around and around saying the same thing over and over again in your post. If you plan what you want to say then you can go straight to the point. This is the gift you have don't let it die please that is how the men shout until God forbid something happens & you are high & dry! Believe me I have been there. Stay strong, pray about it adjust & be determined. You will overcome. You will not be the first to be asked to put aside a job she loves to face the family & you will not be the last. How you handle is is the koko!! Hugs!!

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    1. De Law, I learnt so much from our comment but sorry I couldn't post a reply then. It is well God is helping. The baby started sschool in January and daily blogging kicked off since then, God will continue to help us. Take care sis.

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    2. From *YOUR comment...

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  14. Hi Eya just checking on you! Hang in there!

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    1. Thank you so much, back to blogging daily. You can now read new updates 24/7

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  15. Very yummy indeed! Nice blog uve got here..x

    Sophsinspirations.blogspot.com

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  16. Hiya! We love and miss you. Maybe u'll be back this month when your baby starts sch (I'm assuming). You guys can get a housekeeper that comes in the morning and leaves by say 5. Sometimes even the best of us need all the help we can get. You are a super woman not Superwoman. Having a second blog on fashion isn't necessary, u can merge them into one but in diff categories. Be safe.

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    1. Im back dear Didi, thank you sis.

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  17. I agree with didi... merge ur blog into 1.. still love u

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    1. Thanks @ Patsy, it's merged.

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  18. great work @Eya what a MAMA kitchen here hahaha..for those that looking for a New, Easy and BEST Method on how to Extract Groundnut oil, Soybeans oil,Olive oil and many more mini seed oil can read the new easier method here http://davidprof.com/blog/oil-pressnew-best-method-how-to-extract-groundnut-oil-in-nigeria/

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  19. Thanks Happiness. God bless you for this feedback. I'm so happy you tried the recipe. I love that your family enjoyed it too. Have a beautiful week.

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  20. That's a great one,will try it this wkend

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  21. Have not visited this blog in a while, but then today, i was bored as to what to eat, then i remembered this blog, and i wasnt disappointed. Sharp sharp i know what to cook next. Thank you ma'am


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