Sardine Tomato Stew Served With Unripe Plantain

healthy unripe plantain served with sardine stew
How To cook Fish Stew:
  1. Add the fish to the preserved tomatoes and fry in oil with other ingredients. Very easy!.
To see how I preserve my tomatoes, GO HERE

INGREDIENTS FOR THIS SARDINE STEW
2 cans sardine
10 medium sized tomatoes
1 teaspoon ground fresh pepper
1 large onion
3 cups vegetable oil (You can use more or less depending)
1 seasoning cube

COOKING STEPS FOR SARDINE STEW


  1. Boil and blend tomatoes with onion, then fry in a pot until sour tomato taste disappears. Add the pepper and seasoning cubes, check for taste.
  2. Add the sardine and from now on stop stirring vigorously. Just stir gently, check and cover to boil for 1 minute. Check again for salt and turn off heat. Serve with boiled plantain, boiled rice, potatoes or boiled yam.


 cooking sardine stew
 boiled plantain with stew 
 yummy breakfast, lunch or dinner
 a boiling pot of fish stew
 healthy and inviting Naija unripe plantain
For How To Boil Unripe Plantain, visit HERE  
Unripe plantain with stew can be eaten at any time of the day. It is very healthy! This is the best and fastest to cook when you are in a hurry. 
NOTE: REMEMBER TO BOIL UNRIPE PLANTAIN UNTIL SOFT AND CHEWABLE.
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. hello aunty eya featured your recipe on my blog tho i modified it to fit my post.. and i also linked back to you..you ca have a look..

    http://aomosale.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/food-memoriesmoi-moi.html

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    1. It's OK Shallie, you are welcome anytime. Thanks for sharing my recipes!

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  2. Sure lunch for me tomorrow since I still have some stew left. I'll rather buy titus fish, boil and debone, then add to the stew! Yummy!

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  3. Anonymous2/02/2013

    Sis Eya, did u make the isi ewu and plantain same day as this sardine stew and plantain? You really do love cooking. I'm guessing u made the sardine stew for your kids because they don't eat isi ewu. I bought some unripe plantain yesterday and I'll use ur recipe for plantain porridge with uziza and smoked fish. I've only ever eaten unripe plantain boiled so wish me luck. Lizzy

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    1. You guessed right Lizzy. The kids don't like isi ewu, so I served their plantain with fish stew. They enjoyed it so much.

      I wish you luck Lizzy! You are so going to enjoy it and feel healthier too.

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    2. I didn't cook all those the same day Lizzy. The isi ewu and stew were brought out of the freezer. The only thing I did was warm them, add fish to the stew and then boil plantain.

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  4. Anonymous2/02/2013

    Aunt Eya,weldone o! Just dat I would appreciate a well written recipe for some of dis menu especially d dodo gizard in ur other post.
    Tanks!
    The chhikoo

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    1. It's Ok chhikoo. Just be a lil patient please, Deborah will send us the recipe in a short while.

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  5. Aunty Eya, Why didn't you go for that knorr cooking competition? You could have conveniently killed the show!

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    1. Thanks Rhema. Well, next time I guess.

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  6. Anonymous2/21/2013

    What do I do to trim down especially my tommy is weighing me down

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  7. Anonymous3/12/2013

    Beloved Sister Eya,

    Your amaranthugu vegies with rice is just superb, I will be eating rice exactly this way with palm oil instead of groundnut oil to avoid cholesterol o! Even the unripe plantain I was thinking how to cook it, you also displayed it very well for me. Infact this your column is very very rich o! I will join you and your family to be enjoying all what you people are enjoying o!

    Even the Isi ewu I was thinking how they cook it, you also displayed it to the common man understanding. Infact you too much my sister. I am wishing you long life in Jesus' name for teaching me all these. I really love you and your large heart of sharing.

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