Soft Plantain Porridge With Fish, Liver And Crunchy Snails By Mavis Imanatue


A serving Of Soft Plantain Porridge With Crunchy Snails
Plantain porridge can be cooked with unripe plantain or fairly ripe plantain. It
can also be cooked by mixing both. In that case, the unripe plantain has to cook for at least 7 minutes before adding the fairly ripe plantain.

Plantain porridge can be cooked thick, light or like sauce. It depends on the quantity of water added and the length of time used in cooking. Plantain porridge is a very healthy meal that can be served as lunch, breakfast or even dinner. When mashed, it is loved by babies who are being introduced to solid foods.
Ingredients For Plantain Porridge With Crunchy Snails.
Ingredients:
  1. Plantain
  2. Snails
  3. Liver
  4. Green vegetables
  5. Palm oil
  6.  Seasoning
  7. Salt
  8. Fish
  9. Pepper
  10. Onion
  11. Tomatoes
  12. Water
Cooking Plantain before adding green vegetables
Adding green vegetables to cooked porridge plantain
Procedure:
 diced the plantain, tomatoes and pepper and onions. Washed and diced the liver and dry fish. Pour the plantain into a pot, add little water, add the tomatoes, pepper, onions, liver. Add palm oil and let it boil. Add crayfish and dryfish to it as well.  Lastly add the washed ugwu leaves. Season with Maggi and salt. Sent by mavis
Cooking boiled snails in pepper sauce
How To Cook Crunchy Snails, GO HERE
Plantain Porridge with crunchy snails in pepper sauce
Plantain porridge with a side of crunchy snails
The addition of crunchy peppered snails makes the dish even more fun and healthy.
Enjoy!
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Comments

  1. Anonymous4/03/2013

    I love this

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  2. Anonymous4/03/2013

    Mavis am comin over for lunch 2day!!

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  3. Anonymous4/03/2013

    Weldone dearie,ι want dis for lunch, am hungryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

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  4. Anonymous4/03/2013

    Mavis the food's rly inviting am salivating already.Good stuff!!!!

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  5. Looks really delicious,I love d side of snail.

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  6. Seriously good stuff. I'll probably alter my dinner menu tomorrow and try this out,but I'll definitely skip the liver coz of my sweet butterflies. Sure I'll get those "mhmmm this is very sweet obim" comments when am done. That guys compliments makes me wanna break my spine in the kitchen just to make the best for us.

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    1. Anonymous4/03/2013

      Say hi to your sweet butterflies for me. * wink*

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  7. Oh my, dis looks very inviting and fabulous Presentation. Its a shame I don't eat snails but I bet it tasted very nice. I like d liver u have added, hope it did not overpower d taste of d porridge. Looks like a winning dish to me, sis Eya I vote for this to win.

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  8. Good delicacy, Mavis

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  9. Anonymous4/03/2013

    Simply amazing. Am salivating already. Seconded T̲̣̣̥hĩ̷̊s Ȋ̝̊̅§ Ƌ̲̣̣̣ winning dish. W̶̲̥̅̊ȋ̊ƪƪ try Ȋ̊†̥.
    Vicky

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  10. Anonymous4/03/2013

    Simply amazing. Am salivating already. Seconded T̲̣̣̥hĩ̷̊s Ȋ̝̊̅§ Ƌ̲̣̣̣ winning dish. W̶̲̥̅̊ȋ̊ƪƪ try Ȋ̊†̥.
    Vicky

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  11. Anonymous4/03/2013

    Simply amazing. Am salivating already. Seconded T̲̣̣̥hĩ̷̊s Ȋ̝̊̅§ Ƌ̲̣̣̣ winning dish. W̶̲̥̅̊ȋ̊ƪƪ try Ȋ̊†̥.
    Vicky

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  12. Looks really good!

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  13. Wow, lovely although I dnt eat liver.. Una dey enjoy o! Snail, liver, fish.....Abeg share the love! Pls Aunty, let's do a party at your house and all these wonderful cooks will come with coolers of their delicacies.

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  14. Nice dish.hope to prepare it soon.....phil

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  15. Anonymous4/03/2013

    U try my sis, welldone.
    EIS

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  16. Very rich dish and has yummy written all over.
    I love me some snails,and can eat anything prepared with snail. Nice combination Mavis.
    Awww! Calabar tinz sha.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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  18. Mmachukwu4/03/2013

    Pls wats ugwu leave...or u mean ugu

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  19. Nice one mavis buh i dont eat snail. @mmachukwu, it's ugu.

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  20. Nice dish mavis buh i don't eat snail. @mmachukwu, it's ugu.

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