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Spider Yam Served With Baked Beans And Ketchup By Deborah Bala

Breakfast spider yam served with baked beans and ketchup

Morning WC, decided to share a childhood breakfast recipe, I once asked my mum the name of this breakfast, when she couldn't answer I decided to name it spider yam, and spider yam it
became for everyone in the house.

PROCEDURE
 Peel the yam and cut into small slices, put salt and water in a pot and boil, don't boil for too long, maximum 15 minutes
Break eggs, add salt, Maggi, little yogi (pepper spice)
Drain out the water, and pour the yam into a tray for it to get cool, so that the eggs can stick well.
Dip yam into the egg and fry ( shallow frying, and add lots of onions)
Washing peeled yam
Boiling yam with salt and water
Boiled yam cooling in a tray


Spiced Egg
Dipping boiled yam into well spiced eggs


Onions in oil
Frying yam


Turning yam when it's brown



A spider yam with beans and ketchup
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Deb,u are really pushing me ooooo,haba!d other time na breakfast wey I never hear b4 for my life and b4 u guys say bush woman I can tell u for free I ve italian,chinesse and other chefs in my mansion.but not to be called a hater,( since when did I care)this is very creative,innovative and definitely gonna be delicious am salivating already.thanks Debs

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    1. Thanks queen! Just show ur chefs this one its easy to prepare

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  2. Nice one Debby.
    I've forgotten the name hausas call that method of preparing yam. We also prepare it at home and it comes out lovely.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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    1. Yeah! Hausa ppl make it lot and served with spices( yagi) I donno what they call it oo but there are so many Abokis that prepare it in indomie joints.

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    2. Hausa's call it Doya de koi (yam and egg in english) Infact, its sold by d mai kosai on d streets. Its very nice

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  3. Anonymous7/20/2013

    Home-made Yamarita?

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    1. Oh my is that the name! YAMARITA sounds cool but will stick to my spider yam.

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  4. Queen of th coast killer7/20/2013

    Nice one debby, me like. Very easy to prepare I hate spending all day in kitchen cooking just for myself maybe, maybe when I get married I will try out all those five hours recipe but for now tea and bread, yam and vegetable, indomie fast jollof rice, sharp sharp stew and okro soup is as far as I will go. Will eat every other thing when I go out. Rme

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    1. Anonymous7/20/2013

      Lol

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    2. Queen of the coast killer7/20/2013

      Ha debby na, am not the queen but the killer of the queen. Lol

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    3. Anonymous7/20/2013

      Whatever @QOC killer
      Yawnsssssssssss
      Get a life!

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    4. Anonymous7/20/2013

      @ anon 11;52 go trade your miserable life for a sense of humour, you lack one. Loser

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    5. Anonymous7/20/2013

      @ anon 2:15,get a life.
      You can hang yourself
      You are the sore one
      Loooooooooooooooser
      Bye

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  5. hm...I used to buy this type of yam from Tantis and I always told myself I was gonna learn it. Thanks Deb... you have given me one more reason to be a yam freak..:-D

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    1. UW dear, am also a yam freak but my best form of yam is pounded yam, best way to get sweet sound sleep.

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  6. Yam freaks rily!! Wow. Guess my toothless mouth is a problem afterall. Dis yam wld b delish bt 4 me d mushier d beta

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    1. Ivy bcos the yam is boiled its easy to chew.

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  7. Lovely! Yes I agree, it's like yamarita but I think there's flour involved in yamarita...
    Nice one Deborah

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  8. Anonymous7/20/2013

    Yummy. Ƌ̲̣̣̣ delicacy in kaduna. Its called Doya dai kwai. Nice one debby

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  9. Jesus christ! I read with my mouth opened!! Deby I feel like giving u a big hug! Collect e hug biko! Chai!, ur hubby is enjoying o. I buy this yam mostly from an eatery and alwyz pray to get d receipe someday cuz I can go all day wit just hot yam.
    Nnem thank you ooo! My hubby will never hav any reason to eat outside I swear! Thanks God for this blog and the bloggers.

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    1. Thanks pinkyBerry, its easy to make and I love it.

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  10. Will surely try it out. Thanks Debby... Its my favourite street fries.. I always buy it from Mallams and akara sellers. It goes well with suya yaji. Thanks

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  11. Thanks for sharing Debs. Nice one here as usual..

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  12. Anonymous7/20/2013

    I love this meal cos its so tasty. I call it egg yam

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  13. Anonymous7/24/2013

    Its popularly called golden yam

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  14. lukin gud buh no1 eats baked beans here xcept in salads wud leave dis 1 4 my future hubby lol

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  15. Anonymous10/12/2013

    Deeeeeebby luv uuuuu

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