Jamaican Sauce With White Rice By Patsy

Hi,
Thought I should share this. I made Jamaican sauce with white rice yesterday 25th Dec. Although some ingredients weren't present, but hubby insisted he would eat nothing else, and I had to make do with what I have in store and it came out yummy.

Ingredients.
1 small sized Cabbage
4 medium sized Carrots
1 Green pepper chopped 3 dry bay leaves
1 can Green peas 1 can Red Kidney beans 
Tatashe..(didn't have this one)
3 cupfuls blended Tomatoes
a handful chopped Shombo pepper (Red chillies)
1 large red Onion
1/2 cup chopped Fresh pepper ata rodo (Scotch bonnet)
1/2 kg Beef or suya 2 cups vegetable oil (500ml)
3 seasoning cubes, you can use less to your taste Salt to taste

Steps.
Season your beef and 1. boil till it's soft enough.
2. Then Fry until it's very dry.(pix1 &2)
Remove the beef from the oil and set aside.
3. Fry onion with a pinch of salt(hubby doesn't like salt oh, so it's always a pinch I cook with)(pix3)
4. Add your blended tomatoes and shombo pepper and allow to fry.(p…

Two women depart to be with their maker after giving birth at a prayer house in Cross River State

Cross River State

Two women have been reported to have died after delivering in a prayer house owned by a self-styled prophetess in Ikom LGA of Cross River State.
The women; Violet Mbala Ekor and Helen Isieg died within 24 hours of each other when after completing ante-natal care in the Primary Health facilities in Nkarasi, Abanyom ward of Ikom, chose to visit the residence of one Prophetess Eka Maria to
deliver.
Ikom has 14 health facilities but the said prophetess has allegedly, been preaching against their use, claiming they were evil spirits occupying them. Isieg died on Wednesday after delivering and suffering post-partum hemorrhage. She was delivering her fourth child and the baby died a few minutes after her.
For Ekor, she registered at the Health Post in Nkim, 30 seconds away from her home, but when about delivering, decided to go to the prophetess and she also died of post-partum hemorrhage on Thursday, after delivering a baby girl on Wednesday.
But, the midwife in question, Eka Maria Innocent John Odo, told CrossRiverWatch that she was trained at the Apostolic Church, and denied telling the women to stay away from health centers as she always enlists the help of professionals when there is crisis.
-CrossRiverWatch

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