How To Cook My Assorted Meat Gravy With Sauteed Vegetables

Assorted meat gravy cooked with vegetables to be served with boiled rice. Delicious.

 There are many gravy recipes on this blog; shredded chicken gravy, shredded beef gravy, shredded goat gravy, fresh fish gravy and all sorts. For gravy lovers, there is more than enough here for you. I made this one with assorted beef parts including
biscuit bones and beef sef. It tasted great. This gravy can be served with rice, pasta, plantain, or even Irish potatoes. It is best served hot.

INGREDIENTS: 
2kg assorted meats
a handful of beef to enhance taste
2 bulbs medium sized onion
Salt to taste
1 teaspoon curry powder
1/4 cup baking flour to thicken
2 seasoning cubes
2 leaves cabbage
 2 medium sized carrots
1 large red bell pepper (tatashey)
1 large green pepper

COOKING DIRECTION IN PICTURES:


First, Add washed meats in the pot
Next, Add seasoning cubes, salt and onion to the meat, stir, cover and leave to boil. Check, add some water if pot is getting dry. Check for salt again, cover and leave to cook until meat is tender
Thirdly. Add flour slowly to cooked meats while stirring, so you don't over thicken.Cover and leave to simmer again for about 3 to 5 minutes. Check, taste and turn off the heat. Fourtly, stir fry the vegetables for about a minute with seasoning cubes and add to cooked, thicken gravy. 
Serve with boiled rice.

Cabbage, carrots, onion, tatashe, green pepper. Vegetables used for my assorted meats gravy.

Vegetables in a pot with just a little oil
Add seasoning, curry powder and stir quickly.

Vegetables are cooked and ready to be added to the gravy.

Sauteed (Stirfried) vegetables added to cooked assorted meat, now ready for serving.


Assorted meats gravy served with boiled rice and fried plantain (dodo).  


Enjoy assorted meats/Vegetable gravy with white rice

Yummy gravy cooling off, waiting for the freezer


Hot gravy served with ripe plantain and boiled rice
A little stock fish or smoked fish can be added if you like.


A bowl of assorted meat gravy cooked with vegetables.


Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Anonymous6/27/2013

    Checked!!! Good to go.

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    1. Ti cool6/29/2013

      It vry good for body

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  2. Wow...this looks so good! I know it's almost 2am but I am so hungry! Nice one Aunty Eya... Make I go look for midnight snack....

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    1. Thank you Ahdaisy, no wahala, midnight snacking is allowed, we uderstand and please eat something to calm your longa throat.

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  3. Love gravy d more when it is boneless and the meat or chicken is in tiny pieces (shredded)...that way I just chew away

    Nice 1

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    1. Thank you Bebe. I love biscuit bones, that's why I added a lil quantity to chew since I don't like meat. For assorted meats and other parts that do not have flesh, I like.
      Thanks.

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  4. This looks good. And the assorted meats will give it a different flavor from the other types of gravy right?

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    1. Yes Chinazor, you are right. Thank you.

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  5. Aunty Eya, u want 2 wound somborri dis early morning. This is wicked. Kai!!!

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    1. Sorry Yucee, I posted yesterday o to enable you go get them after work today.

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  6. Anonymous6/28/2013

    Aunty Eya ohhhhhh waking up n seeing dis hmmmm so Delicious,am sure gonna make dis 2day.thanks so so much.n big big hug 2u.
    Amanda

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    1. Anonymous6/28/2013

      Aunty Eya pls send me ur email address urgently! My husband has Succeded been crying two days straight. Pls pls pls! I want to get opinions pls

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    2. It's cuulme@gmail.com

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  7. Anonymous6/28/2013

    nice one eya. but this your gating is not funny. the little mb i have i will use and post comments then i will still spend another mb an come check whether you don post am. its not funny oh.#crying and chewing my chewing stick this early morning

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    1. Sorry about comment moderation. I didn't want to do it cos I like information travelling in real time. The recent insults on innocent commenters? shocking. This moderation is to return sanity to the blog.

      When a family gets bigger, the rules need to change to accommodate every member.Not every body can take insults, this moderation will help tame our blog (cyber) bullies.

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    2. Anonymous6/28/2013

      Anty Eya, thax dat will help...

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  8. Lol@ long throat. Aunty Eyaaaa oooo tempting me early this morning with this comfort food. Yummy. That's why I love this blog, your recipes are simple and straight to the point.

    http://www.bevshineevents.wordpress.com

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  9. Anonymous6/28/2013

    Aunty Eya, ur too much. Easy to make too, thanks a lot.

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  10. Comfort food for the soul, especially this early wet morning. Yummy. Will definitely try it. Your recipes are always on point - simple and straight to the point.

    http://www.bevshineevents.wordpress.com

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  11. Aunty Eya, next tym wash ur assorted meat in salty hot water.
    Infact, pour salt on ur already washed meat(shaki) then pour boiling water over it, wait 4 5mins then peel off d back.
    Its not good wen ur assorted meat looks black(esp d shaki)...
    Its only in lagos dey sell already washed assorted meat n cow leg/tail...I lov me some more Lagos

    Bebe

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    1. Brandy6/28/2013

      Bebe please send your own recipes too let's see. It's not only Anty Eya tha'ts on WCBlog

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    2. Thank yo Bebe, @Brandy, chai, pls chew some bubble gum when you are angry to avoid saying something hurtful

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    3. I always wash mine with hot water buh didn't knw abt peeling off the back. Tnx for d tip @bebe

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  12. Hulala!! Aunty eya plz na, just waking up and the first place I went is wc blog wasn't expectin ds longer throat this early morning. Thank God its weekend already cuz ama mk this.

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    1. Pink Berry, don't worry, tomorrow you'll have time to make it.

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  13. Wonderful something... This na food for body, soul and thought!

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  14. Anonymous6/28/2013

    Aunty Eya

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  15. This is what I need now . Very hot to cool off these cold weather. Aunty eya well done.

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    1. Thank you Joy, pls take it hot.

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  16. Anonymous6/28/2013

    Superlicious yummy dish...hmmmmmm thnks ma for this weekend recipe u've just given me!

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    1. Thank you too for bookmarking it for the weekend.

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  17. Priscy6/28/2013

    Anty Eya..why are you doing this to me this morning ehn wen I am in the office???
    Wish I can eat my screen now...*sobs*

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    1. Priscy, no need to eat your screen sis, it's already weekend.

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  18. nice one Anty, am a huge fan of gravy, never knew you can put the flour like that, i normally mix the flour in little water. This is a new one for me, but Anty Eya this is a good meal for some presentation tips oooo

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    1. Yes Deborah, I mix with water sometimes.
      Ehen Ded, we need you to do a post on how to present various NAIJA foods naa, abeg, so that we all can learn. Anytime you are able.

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    2. Deborah, at your convenience oooo

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  19. It looks very nice Aunty Eya me sef don bookmark am o @Bonario no be only u sabi bookmark o lol

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    1. @Shugy, thank you for bookmarking.

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  20. Anonymous6/28/2013

    Don't wash ur shakki wit salt oooo. Hot water will do. Salt brings out worm on d shaki

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    1. OK, thanks you, but I heard it's limes that brings out warms in meat.

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  21. Bislondy6/28/2013

    Nice one Aunty Eya...Assorted meat gravvy get ready for me soon!

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  22. For those of us who are only inteested in food posts, all you need to do is Google "My kitchen diary recipes" OR "Blog readers cooking skills" CLICK and you will be taken to all the recipes on this blog.

    You will only see recipes.

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  23. Anonymous6/28/2013

    Nice one aunty Eya. A̶̲̥̅♏ already attending ...M̶̲̥̅γ̲̣̣̥ own catering school here Oo°˚˚˚°! God bless U̶̲̥̅̊ ma.EPHY

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  24. Kai I was screaming when I saw this. Aunty Eya Weldone. Plus I see improvements in presentation. Thumbs up.

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  25. Nice one Aunty Eya, Preparing dis today buh I won't use flour cus I don't lyk using flour as thickner, instead I will blend raw potato and add to it. Merci bocu. #runzof2dkitchen

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  26. Anonymous11/18/2013

    Good day. A colleague just introduced me to this blog and I've been an addict to the extent that I don't leave the office each day without visiting this site. I've learnt so much from your appetizing dishes. Thanks to U. I want to know if there are any ideas for lunch for children i. e packing lunch in their lunch boxes or bags that will really be really interesting and appetizing.

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  27. Anonymous1/13/2016

    Am so luvin this blog. Keep up the good work okk......empress!

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