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Local Palm Oil Stew With Spiced Turkey By Chubby ELLA






A pot of palm oil stew with spiced turkey
 Eya: Palm oil stew is one meal I haven't prepared or tasted. I hear it's very yummy and nutritious, especially with this serotonim containing turkey innit (helps us sleep). With this recipe, I'm going to try it cos I need all that Vitamin A in palm oil. My
eyes are beginning to look at the screen for too long, so I guess it's high time I gathered all the vitamin A.
Well spiced Turkey for local palm-oil stew.
 I chopped the tomatoes, not blended
Frying onions and chopped pepper
 I added the chopped tomato after a while.
 I left the tomato to cook n dry up a bit then I added the meat stock,spiced up wit thyme and curry,crayfish n a cube of chicken stock.
 Then I added the turkey,left it 2 cook for a few minutes and I turned off d gas.
Local palm-oil stew is ready. A portion to be stored in the fridge.
Enjoy!
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  1. Anonymous7/01/2013

    Yummilicious

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  2. Anonymous7/01/2013

    Sorry pls, how is it palm oil stew? I didn't see any oil added.
    Looks great though

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  3. Anonymous7/01/2013

    just passing

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  4. Anonymous7/01/2013

    Looks G̶̲̥̅Ơ̴̴̴̴͡.̮Ơ̴̴̴͡D̶̲̥̅ but did U̶̲̥̅̊ bleach the palm oil?EPHY

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    1. chubby ELLA7/01/2013

      I dint bleach d palm-oil completely, I jst left it 2 heat up properly b4 addin my onions n pepper.

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    1. chubby ELLA7/02/2013

      Tnx Ruby.

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  6. Looks inviting and with those chicken wings,I can eat even Indian stew. Nice one Chubby.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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    1. chubby ELLA7/02/2013

      Lol @ indian stew. If u luv chicken wings dat much,I wonder wat u'l say abt turkey wings. Dose r turkey wings,very soft n juicy.

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  7. Anonymous7/01/2013

    Pls always use the flash on your camera. Thanks. And the most important thing 'palm oil' wasn't even mentioned in the preparation.

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  8. Nice one Ella!
    I love turkey ehh, lol and definately trying dis soon! Looks simple!

    PS: how do u know Original palm oil? I bought palm oil in Oyingbo last week, I almost cried when I used it to cook bean. Everything turned black and it was tasting like 'soap'!
    @Everybody who do u know good palm oil???
    Tanks!

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    1. *how* #typo

      What did u use to spice ur turkey Ella??

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    2. chubby ELLA7/02/2013

      Chicadimples....I dnt rily knw hw 2 explain d palm-oil tin 4 u bt 4 me hw I knw is by d smell n d taste,I smell n taste it b4 I buy. 4 d smell,it shud smell lyk fresh palm kernel n pls shake well b4 u taste. Dnt rily knw d best way 2 explain,I jst knw cos my mum is a big tym palm-oil distributor n I learnt hw 2 knw gud palm-oil 4rm her.
      As 4 spicing turkey,I use onions,green pepper,fresh pepper,benny chicken spice,kitchen glory,thyme 'n' curry n chicken bullion cubes. I dnt add water 2 it wen boiling,d turkey brings out water n oil,I dnt leave it for too long so it dsnt get 2 soft. R u in ph(cos u said "oyigbo") I cud show u practically n also show u hw 2 buy gud palm-oil. Sori its a bit long,jst needed 2 explain.

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    3. Tanks Ella!
      I wrote Oyingbo, and its in Lagos!
      Tanks again I will try and smell it next time!

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  9. O Y̶̲̥̅̊ε̲̣̣̣̥å! Luv dis

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  10. Bislondy7/02/2013

    this is what we call Omooyo
    Welldone Chubby

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  11. chubby ELLA7/02/2013

    Tnx Bislondy

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  12. Anonymous7/03/2013

    IMO Ella,palm oil stew is a nigerian/local delicacy and as such doesn't require d thyme,curry and benny chicken u added to it. They will only end up giving it "oyibo" taste like the regular stew. Next time just try using only maggi or knorr,salt,onion,pepper to spice ur meat. Then when u are done frying d pepper/tomatoes/onions mixture, you add ur stock and meat and allow to simmer properly. Then add a little of fresh sliced nchanwu/effirin leaves and let simmer for a few minutes. It gives it that local and earthy taste/aroma. Nice post though..........Aijay

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