Cook Chicken Wing Gravy With Garden Egg

Chicken wing gravy cooked with eggplant and served with rice.
 This gravy is the best I ever tasted. What made it so tasty? I think it's the left over tomato egg sauce I added, not sure sha. This gravy helped me avoid waste cos the big pot of rice got cleared by people who kept asking for more. Rice with
gravy is yummy, I don't know if it's yummier with spaghetti and macaroni. I loved this gravy and felt really happy when the next day, the kids asked that I put that gravy in their lunch boxes, what?

To make thicker or watery gravy, you add more or less baking flour. When I tried making gravy with irish potatoes as thickener, I didn't enjoy it, that's why I switched back to original flour gravy. I would have added  green pepper but there was none at home and now I'm thinking that the absence of green pepper may have been reason for this great taste. Gravy is always good with much cabbage.

Ingredints For This Chicken
Gravy:

  • Cabbage
  • carrots
  • onion
  • pepper
  • egg plant
  • tomato egg sauce
  • baking flour
  • chicken wings
  • curry
  • seasoning cubes
  • soya oil, olive or vegetable oil

Boil washed chicken wings with onion and salt
Boiling chicken in stock
Adding curry and seasoning cubes to chicken stock
Ingredients for this chicken gravy: eggplant, cabbage, pepper, onion, carrots
Stirring vegetables with curry and seasoning in a little oil
Vegetables for chicken gravy

Add flour to chicken stock
Add sauteed vegetables to chicken wing stock
Adding left over egg sauce to chicken gravy. This was done to avoid waste, but it's going to become a habit. Love it.
Vegetables boil briefly in chicken gravy
Chicken gravy is cooked and ready to be served
A plate of gravy with rice
Chicken wing gravy in place of tomato stew

Colourful gravy with boiled  rice
Chicken gravy cooked with eggplant and served with rice
Soft chicken wing gravy with white rice
This gravy can be served with boiled noodles, macaroni and spaghetti. It can also be served with jollof rice.
Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. Aunty eya oooooo. See d way I'm salivating ooo. Choi. This food will not pass me by tomorrow. Going to market as soon as I close from work.

    Looks soooo yummy. Well done

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    1. Thanks Joy. I hope you made it to the market?

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    1. Hi Mary, thanks for the like.

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  3. Oh............. Yummy, aunty Eya your family dey enjoy chaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. what does it really take for me to prepare this delicacy? really nothing oh beside going to the market, then why cant i? i will do my best to try this. it will be lovely to prepare something aside our regular breakfast, lunch and dinner for my family... aunty Eya thanks.

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    1. Hi Shalom, thank you. If you call chicken wing enjoyment, what will you call chicken thighs then?

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  4. Aunty Eya, I am #TeamGravyWithRice oh. This your egg plant and tomato egg stew method really looks over tush! Thanks for sharing :-)

    I always use Corn flour for thickening. It works well.

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    1. Thank you Lady Jay. Me too. I love rice with gravy. Didn't know about corn flour I would have tried it. Anyway, when I do whether it comes out nice or worwor, I will still post.

      Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Yummie.bookmarked already.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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    1. Thank you Bonario. I pray your SD card memory wll still have space for more bookmarking, that is before one plus one becomes one.

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  6. Anonymous6/10/2013

    What's d big deal about dis gravy? It doesn't look good and am sure will not taste gud. Me no likey.

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    1. Next time I will try and make something you'll like. Thanks for reading my blog.

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    2. Anonymous6/10/2013

      Lool,Aunty Eya u dey try!!! only me i would ignore that anonymous, u musnt make what he/she likes..am easily moved but i see u r worse than me
      I have learnt i cant pls evry1,so some comments u just ignore.

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  7. Modupe6/10/2013

    Anty Eya! God will continue to bless all that concerns you! I have different delicacies in my home now due to your blog. My family is loving it... When I initially checked these pictures,I felt it didn't look like what my children will like,but hubby will love it most def. At the end of it all,the finishing gave it 100% of what they will sure like. I commend your efforts sis!!!

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    1. #SeeMeSmiling.
      Thank you Modupe. God bless you for this feedback. May all your efforts be rewarded with the most awesomest feedbacks. NaOyinboLanguage

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  8. Anonymous6/10/2013

    Aunty Eya thank u 4 all dis food ohhh.me I wan kill my bobo wit different kind of Delicacy LOL n he's luving it.pls more of this ohhhhh

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    1. Thank you. Please don't kee him with food. I will always try my best. Thanks again.

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  9. I'm trying this soon, the last time I attempted this it was crazily watery, I used potato!

    Nice aunty eya... No1 can spoil a good product! You are sure 1.

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    1. #StillSmiling.
      Thank you Ace. I tried once with potatoes and didn't like it. Next time try corn starch or flour. Better still wait let me try with corn starch and give feedback before you cook o.
      Thanks for the correct label.

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  10. Aunty Eya and everyone, please can turkey be used in place of chicken? Thanks in anticipation.

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    1. Yes of course. I prefer using turkey to chicken cos I prefer turkey to chicken, any day and any time.

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    2. I am sure turkey can be used but be careful not to overcook it as it gets tender a lot quicker than chicken.
      Don't use smoked turkey as it'll over power the taste of d gravy.

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    3. JaY & Lizzy, thanks!

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    4. @Jay and Lizzy, thanks for the response. @Rubynnia, they both said my mind. Enjoy your turkey gravy.

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  11. Bookmarked and added to favourite, next wk Wednesday na me and dis food. Thank u very much madam Eya.

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    1. Thanks Henny. You eat rice on wednesdays like yours truly? I pray your gravy turns out great and yummy. Hugs

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  12. Anonymous6/10/2013

    Pls wat is d difference between eggplant and graden egg and were can one buy it? Welldone aunty Eya i have learnt alot here.

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  13. Anonymous6/10/2013

    Pls wat is d difference between eggplant and graden egg and were can one buy it? Welldone aunty Eya i have learnt alot here.

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  14. Anty Eya this is really nice! But have learnt a lot about presentation frm food network and now I bliv its more presentable to serve the rice in a different plate and the gravy in a bowl. If u permit will send a dish a prepared last weekend but duh I didn't take step to step picture it can explain presentation well. Thanks

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    1. Thank you Deborah. I started watching Food Network and now cannot say when I stopped. I'll start again. Please send the pics. I will post even without the step by step pics.

      This one you saw is mine sha. When I serve others, I don't serve everything in one plate at all. For myself I no care o. I can even eat from the pot if not that the kids will complain. Thank you #RunningAway

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    2. This tasted so good! I will be making this again. Made it exactly as per your pictures, except I didn't add the tomato egg sauce (I wasn't sure what it was and it seemed optional) and I used liquid chicken stock concentrate instead of seasoning cubes because that was all I had. So, so good! I don't think I've ever seen my husband eat his dinner so fast! Thank you.

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  15. Anonymous6/10/2013

    Aunty Eya, try n reduce your g nut oil intake....see the galoon of oil in dat egg sauce...hian.

    #nice1..
    Wanted 2 prepare dis (without egg sauce) 4 my bf yesterday but he fucked up....yeye guy.

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    1. Anonymous6/11/2013

      LOL @ yeye guy.

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    2. Noted. Thank you. Sorry about that. Next time you can still prepare it.

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  16. Aunty eya oo! Choi! This is more like it. I have always wanted to learn how to make gravy, thank you for this blog*kisses*. Abeg where can I buy the egg plant, I dnt think ve seen it before or does it have another name??. I must try this walahi!!

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    1. Thank you Pink Berry. You can buy egg plants from shoprite, Park n Shop or other big supermarkets.

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    2. If you can't get it, cook without it.

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  17. joyce edos6/11/2013

    Nice one aunty eya.I will try this it looks really nice

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