Crunchy Peppered Snails By Shayor

A plate of crunchy peppered snails
 Its been long I sent in meals to the blog, this time, I sent in with full pictures unlike my usual method *coversface*

Ingredients
6 fairly large snails
Vegetable Oil
Hot chili peppers
Knorr cubes
Onions
Scent leaves (Efinrin)
Salt

 First I washed the removed snails with Alum and warm water
Boiled with
onions, one knorr cube and salt
Then sliced my onion in big rings
In another pot, heated the onion rings, fried till translucent then added roughly blended chili peppers.
I fried till dry then added snail stock
Simmer for 5 mins, stirring continously so it does not burn
Meanwhile, fried the
boil snails till crunchy
Then added the snails to the pepper sauce
Stir in the snail
Added the scent leaves and turned off the heat!

Washed snails

boiling snails with salt,one knorr cube and onions.


Meanwhile, snails frying in hot oil

Frying Snails

Blending chilli manually

Cut my onions in big rings

heating oil in a pot

Frying onion rings in oil

Added pepper to onion rings

Adding snail stock to the sauce





 Scent leaves
Shredded scent leaves

Adding scent leaves

Snails in stock, fried onion and pepper



A serving of hot crunchy peppered snails
Enjoy

Comments

  1. Anonymous7/13/2013

    Nice and nutritious!

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  2. Shayor, you are a correct sumbody!

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  3. MrsAjaryee7/13/2013

    infact i can perceive d aroma here

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    1. Shayor!7/13/2013

      Lolz! Some Pinnochio nose tinz!

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  4. This really looks good and yummy. Well-done, Shayor.

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  5. Yummy! Thumbs up Shayor

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  6. Shayor bet Y? Why did you not inform me about this? This is so inviting. Thanks

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    1. Shayor!7/13/2013

      Sorry! U wld be d 1st to kno next tym! Hahahaha!

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  7. Anonymous7/13/2013

    I like

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  8. Anonymous7/13/2013

    Shayor abeg gimme directions to your house from uk

    Tenks

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  9. Looks cool.... Thumbs!

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    1. Shayor!7/13/2013

      Buzz me when u get to Euston Station, I'd come get u! #tongueout# lolz

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    2. Shayor!7/13/2013

      Ace boo! Let's formalize dis marriage sharp sharp! Dis is a sneak peek to what u wld be enjoying oooo! Do quick! *wink*

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  10. Anonymous7/13/2013

    Yay! My husband brought in snails last nite, wud def try this recipe

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    1. Shayor!7/13/2013

      Pls gimme some naaa! Diz lagos snails are too expensive! I want moreeee!

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  11. Now that's what makes a good cook. Cooked with finely chopped onions to let more flavor out and then made a sauce with a large onion rings to add a taste of crunchy fried onions to it. Most not-so-good cooks will make d sauce with finely chopped onion. I salute you Shayor. Onion flavour and essence is perfectly incorporated in this dish.
    When I make this, I'm going to be adding a side of ugba (ukpaka) light fried in palm oil, finely chopped onions, ogiri and stock cubes.
    www.terinrecipes.com

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  12. Shayor@Soup-a Bowl7/13/2013

    Wow luchy! I'm flattered, thank you!

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    1. Am really going to try dis,i av never tasted snail with scent leave.....lol

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  13. Queen Of The Coast7/13/2013

    Woooooow!bia shayor,this is da bomb!

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  14. Anonymous7/13/2013

    Choi.I'm Salivating,Shayor.

    Meanwhile, guys I tried d wheat pancake today and it was awesome. The kinda crispy(cos of d wheat)feel was nice. I used d Honeywell wheat.

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    1. Anonymous7/13/2013

      Same thing here buddy,I enjoyed it with honeywell wheat meal

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  15. Wao wao!! This is the best appetizer I usually serve any time I hav "August visitor". I don't cook wit vegetables though thanks for imbibing dat in me now. As for adding the snail stock I don't like the taste so I usually cook it til d stock almost dries up. When frying d sauce after ading d snail I add little water to mk it simmer well..

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  16. yummy yummy, but i dont eat snail. it looks inviting also!

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    1. Anonymous7/13/2013

      Y don't u Deborah?

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    2. Shayor@Soup-a Bowl7/13/2013

      Y not Debbie, and its non fattening oo! Gud for weight watchers. Try it once, u might just get hooked, except if u av traditional reasons or allergies.

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    3. i guess its my mindset oo, no traditional or allergy

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  17. Looks soo nice!
    Good one Shayor!

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  18. Shayor@Soup-a Bowl7/14/2013

    Thank you!

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  19. Anonymous7/14/2013

    Yummylicious

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  20. Whaooo.. Hmmmm am salivating already the snail is sooo inviting. Weldone Shayor.

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