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Nigerian Emergency Stew With Corned Beef, Fish And Chicken

Emergency tomato stew served with boiled rice
 This emergency stew is thick again dedicated to our thick stew lovers, me I still like mine watery. This stew came up at a time when I didn't have my preserved tomatoes at home, I had to cook with canned ingredients from my emergency kitchen. The Reason I call it emergency stew. It turned out better and tastier than most tomato stews I had eaten and everyone said
they liked it. I was in such a hurry I didn't remember to take pics from the beginning but will explain.

INGREDIENTS:
1 small can Gino tomato paste
I can sardines
1 small can Exeter corned beef
1/2 kilo frozen chicken
Soya oil
Pepper sauce
Curry powder
Benny spice
Salt
Onion
Water
Added sardines. This is where I started taking pics after frying onion with  tomato paste and  pepper sauce. I added the sardines and benny spice here after checking for salt. Fried chicken was added after frying tomatoes.
Adding corned beef to Nigerian tomato stew
Emergency tomato stew simmers and cooks
A plate of tomato stew served hot
Tasty Nigerian stew
Emergency stew with hot rice
Nigerian quick cook stew served hot with rice
Rice and emergency stew
Sweet and tasty rice with  Nigerian stew
A plate of Nigerian stew
This emergency quick cook stew can be served with yam, potatoes, plantain, bread, pasta or rice. Having an emergency cupboard or corner helps in the kitchen just like a First Aid box. We must not always cook from that emergency corner. It is for emergency purposes so go get your fresh items for daily meals *wink*
Happy I cooked with my newest pot.
Enjoy your Lunch!

Comments

  1. Hmmm Aunty Eyaa O! So dis one is emergency stew abi? It has sardines, cornbeef, Chicken. N its emergency O! Wit all d orishirishi!! Me I'm hungry O! So lemme get ma plate.

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    1. @Ivy brown, its emergency because I don't cook normal stew with only canned foods. I am posting your plate now.

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    2. Anonymous6/26/2013

      @ Ivy my thoughts exactly. Emergency stew" I was expecting fewer ingredients but this stew contains more than what is used for a complete stew.

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    3. This is exactly what we had on Sunday. It tasted wonderful. I like like like.

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  2. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Which one is dis again? Eya, d flavours are just too much. Fish, chicken and corn beef all in d same pot of stew? I beg O!

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    1. Thanks for begging me. The only flavour there is curry. Fish, chicken and corned beef are proteins.

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  3. Anonymous6/26/2013

    What? Aunty Eya, are you OK?????
    HOW DARE YOU POST THIS WHEN i'M TRYING TO CONCENTRATE AT WORK.

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    1. Very sorry. Please concentrate and thanks for allowing yourself get distracted. I like that.

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  4. Aunty Eya dis 1 no b emergency now,atleast nt wt d chicken added.lol at ur new pot,u made me scrol bck 2 c d pot,it's nt ur fault I rememba my Mum havin dos kind of pots,she so luv dem.

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    1. Thank you Mamie, Emrgency cause I cooked with canned and couldn't go get fresh items. Thanks for complementing my new pot.

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  5. Bislondy6/26/2013

    hmmmmmmm...........Aunty Eya, this emergency soup kwa, I am salivating oo with all the Orishirishi
    #teamthickstew

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    1. Thank you Bislondy, I cook normal stew with some fresh not all canned. Enjoy your thick stew.

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  6. chubby ELLA6/26/2013

    No oooooooo,dis one is a NO-NO 4 me,I dnt eat sardines or cornbeef so I'll NEVERRRR tink of tryin it. U guys can enjoy ok?.#bbnottalkingsmiley#

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    1. Sorry Ella,you can try it with smoked fish and or mackerel in tomato sauce. Sorry for offending you with corned beef and sardines.

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  7. Anonymous6/26/2013

    na wah o! person go mess tire with this kind combo o.

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    1. Anonymous6/26/2013

      Lolz lwkmd

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    2. Anonymous6/26/2013

      Loooool, d oil sha!

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    3. Anonymous6/26/2013

      Anon 2;49 can anyone cook stew without oil? Abegi carry bad belle go sidon

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    4. cj kaja6/26/2013

      @anon 2:49 which kain yeye food be this na
      This one na correct purge abeg

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    5. Anonymous6/26/2013

      Bad belle losers. I don't know why Eya is not deleting today. Some of these comments do not qualify to stand on this honourable WC

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  8. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Eya, Now I'm experiencing emergency Hunger... *crying*

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    1. I'm very sorry about making you hungry. Please stop crying.

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  9. Ur husband must be very proud of ur cooking Anty Eya! Keep it up. http://visitprofit.com/?ref=50209

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    1. I appreciate this comment from you Cleo. Thank you.

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  10. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Those bad cooks who always complain of oil in stew, what do you like to see in stew? Water?

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    1. @Anon, I can't see any bad cook on this blog. Where are they? Please point a finger and I'll understand. No matter how dry my stew is, there will still be some oil because it is fried with oil.

      Next time maybe I try and see if stew alone can appear on a plate without any oil showing. That's my next project. Water cannot show except if you fried the stew with water. Thank you.

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    2. Anonymous6/26/2013

      I tire 4 dem ooooo.May be they use methylated spirit when cooking.

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  11. sardines and corned beef in the same pot of stew?? I'll pass, thanks!

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    1. Hi Nekky, thanks for passing cos the stew small well well. E no go do everybody.
      Thank you sis.

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  12. Anonymous6/26/2013

    I think It'll def taste nice cause corned beef adds flavoring to the dullest of soups/food. However, it seems too much for me! I hv never undertood both fish and meat/chicken in one stew. Not soup oh, stew. But welldone! Looks good

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    1. Thank you dear. I actually cooked "outside the box" for a change.

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  13. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Great combo, this is how I cook when I crave something different sha

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  14. Anonymous6/26/2013

    you people have indeed run out of ideas. pssshhcheeeeeww. !

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    1. Sorry about this no idea recipe.

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  15. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Great combo, this is how I cook when I crave something different sha

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  16. This One no be emergency stew naaaa!!!! eh aunty eya. you are making my tummy rumble :(

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    1. @Dobby if it's normal you'd have seen blended tomatoes, pepper, tatashe and even live chicken sef. Emergency tummy rumbling? Sorry sis.

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    2. But this one has canned foods and old frozen chicken.

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  17. most of the times, food that we arent prepared to cook because of incomplete ingredients turns out tastier.for interesting stories visit Suspense and Emotions

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    1. Yes Vivian, you are right. This turned out very very tasty.

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  18. U didn't name it emergency stew. I've always known it as that since I started cooking. We call it emergency stew in my family too.

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    1. I'm sorry for stealing the name from you sis. OK, I call mine Emergency stew part2.

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  19. Besides d real emergency stew doesn't have all these plenty things. It is usually tin tomatoes, fish (maybe Bonga or smoked fish) or egg, oil,knorr etc. That is, substitutes kinda.

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    1. I'm still very sorry Ms FT.
      My fake one couldn't lay hands on bonga and smoked fish. The mallam did not deliver. Thanks for the correction anyway.
      Noted.
      I will try the bonga emergency stew next time. Thank you sis.

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  20. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Wao, this is rich and yummy emergency stew. I like

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    1. Thank you for the like.
      Please accept my warm hug.

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    1. Thank you Hopie.
      I luv your meals too.

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  22. Have a deep feeling that this will taste nice, having a knowledge of just sardines stew and corned beef stew. Combo should be good athink. Good experiment! But won't do chicken and fish sha o. That na plenty long throat things...

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    1. Thank you Jay. Maybe it was a bit too much but it tasted very nice. I will try and reduce to just two proteins next time.
      Have a lovely evening.

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  23. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Hmm sardine + corned beef? ok o..it looks nice but no be emergency na. If u have to boil chicken den emergency don commot for the equation. Weldone

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    1. No, I didn't boil any chicken. The frozen chicken was already fried and kept in the freezer so, it got frozen again. I had to bring it out and just add to the stew.
      Thank you.

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  24. Corned beef and sardines? Two canned foods in one pot? Aunty Eya, abeg reduce your canned foods consumption oh.

    Emergency or no emergency food, your health is paramount!
    Thank you.

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  25. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Eya, dis ur concoction e get as e be woh! How can u add fish, chicken n corn beef all in d same pot? I beg which catering sch u attend, abi na ur gran mama recipe???

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  26. Priscy6/26/2013

    Take less of canned foods for your health o...

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  27. BeeCee6/26/2013

    Thank you Aunty Eya, I came back home too tired to think of long cooking. I have all these ingredients at home and when I finished, my kids won't stop eating. Hubby asked that I reserve some stew for his bread in the morning. Thanks.
    Osheoooo

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    1. Amanda6/26/2013

      Me too. I tried it this evening and it came out really really nice.
      Keep up the good work Aunty. Ignore haters who try to drag you down to their level.
      I love your recipes big time.

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  28. Anonymous6/26/2013

    Eya wassup with the sarcastic replies? Every1 musnt like ur food. Me I cook my stew with chicken, titus, kpomo, stockfish, kpanla and dryfish at once. Its orishirishi. So I c nothn surprising abt this one.

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  29. Anonymous6/26/2013

    This is the best stew. My kind of stew cos I love orishi rishi stews anytime.

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  30. this really looks nice Aunty Eya plus I noticed the picture quality as well good job ma'am..

    http://aomosale.blogspot.co.uk/

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  31. Anonymous6/26/2013

    emergency stew i no is made of tin-tomatoes mixed wt fried grounded crayfish & onions in little oil.
    boiled egg/dried fish substitute beef or chicken.

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  32. I feel the combo is too much for emergency stew. I cook emergency stew a lot.U don't need the chicken and corned beef (corned beef has too much cholesterol). Smoked fish, tin tomato (diluted in water), chopped onion, grounded dry pepper, salt, Maggi, curry, thyme(if u like) and oil.

    Fry the onion, put in your spice and pepper, add salt to taste, pour in the tomato mixture and put in the smoked fish last. Cover for about 3 mins and it's ready!

    Chicken no be emergency.

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