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Cooking Macaroni With Fish Stew And Baked Beans


 A plate of macaroni cooked with baked beans and fish in tomato sauce
This macaroni came in when I needed to do emergency cooking. For normal cooking, you can add sauteed vegetables, minced meat or even cook with more fish than this cos if you cook one whole pack of macaroni with this quantity of fish, some will taste fish while others will go without.

Do not cook with too much
water. T's better to add more water when the pot is drying up than drink water sauce while eating your meal.
Tomato fried with onion and chinkini fish, everyday cannot be Christmas

Adding seasoning and salt to tomato

Emptied fried tomato to pot of boiling macaroni, now adding pepper sauce

Adding baked beans to macaroni

Final Checking for salt
Cooked macaroni
A yummy plate of macaroni with some sprinkle of fish. When fish is this tiny, I try to avoid stirring the food too frequently while cooking, know why?

Macaroni with tiny fish and baked beans

Adult size macaroni serving with baked beans, served with burnt coated chicken
Macaroni cooks very fast, maybe that's why I go for it sometimes cos I don't like spending long hours in the kitchen and don't really miss it like I do swallows with Naija soups. I can go a whole year without macaroni and spags but children love them the same way they love Indomie noodles.
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. This is a very balanced meal and easy to cook too. Thanks Eya. This recession here cannot kill me jare.

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    1. Thanks Naomi, nothing can kill you.

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  2. Anonymous8/22/2013

    Chai Eya, I know you did not serve yourself the burnt chicken. #RunningAway

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    1. Lolz, no I didn't. I only gave to those who wanted. The meat inside wasn't burnt.

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  3. Aunty Eya 1st time I've seen baked beans cooked with pasta. I should try this. I hope its just the coated skin of d chicken dat got burnt and not d whole chicken or else d taste will spoil ur whole dinner.

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    1. Yes Lizzy,it's my first time too and we all enjoyed the meal. No, not the whole chicken. Just the coated skin. Thank you Lizzy.

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  4. Anonymous8/22/2013

    looks nice though.
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  5. Anonymous8/22/2013

    looks nice though.
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  6. Anonymous8/22/2013

    Abeg this is Pasta, not macaroni. They are 2 different things! Tastes different too

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    1. Anonymous8/22/2013

      you sure? cook macaroni and post for us learners to see

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    2. Shayor@Soup-aBowl8/22/2013

      Are u kidding?? Its Pasta not Macaroni??? Ok lemme educate u...Spagetti, all macaroni types, even noodles are all in the class PASTA...Pasta is durum wheat processed into any shape and size. Thank me later! *winks*

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    3. Anonymous8/23/2013

      Yes, spaghetti is under pasta, but macaroni isn't, thank me later too *wink back at ya*

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    4. Anonymous8/23/2013

      Actually, what I should say is although macaroni is a type of pasta, it is made from a different type of durum wheat as the others. But the point is, THIS particular one here is pasta, NOT macaroni. Bye!

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    5. Shayor@Soup-aBowl8/23/2013

      Google is ur friend!! Use it...Loolz

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    6. OK, THANKS FOR THE CORRECTION AND RECORRECTION. Whether pasta or macaroni o, all is from durum wheat and gives us carbohydrates just like indomie noodles.

      How does macaroni taste sef? I would like to know.

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    7. I just searched Google images and got almost the same images for both pasta and macaroni oooo,

      Macaroni meaning: "a variety of pasta formed in narrow tubes"

      Pasta meaning:" a dish originally from Italy consisting of dough made from durum wheat and water, extruded or stamped into various shapes and typically cooked in boiling water."

      All answers from Google.

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  7. Anonymous8/22/2013

    obodo oyibo calls it pasta, in NIGERIA we call the straight one spaghhetti and this one macaroni. thank me later.

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    1. Anonymous8/23/2013

      Just because you call it something else in Nigeria doesn't mean its correct. Rme. Nigerians and their ignorance, smh

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    2. Thanks Anons, so all Nigerians suffer from ignorance?

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  8. Yummy bookmarked already.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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    1. Thanks Bona, for the bookmark.

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  9. Nice Anty, Pls who is in ph? I need gibsco bread 2 be sent to me here in kaduna pls....even if its thru transport.... I need am urgently:'(

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    1. Anonymous8/22/2013

      Am in ph and I know their bakery. Let me know if ure still interested

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  10. Anonymous8/22/2013

    Madam Eya I suggest you buy an iron sponge and vim. Scrub your fry pan thoroughly to remove those burnt bits. You shouldn't be cooking in such a pan. Dat black coal will change the taste of your food. It is dirt and so should b washed off. Same goes for the back of your pots. Please be hygenic.

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    1. Anonymous8/23/2013

      Please shift, my fry pan is used for roasing and dry frying and it's blacker than Aunty Eya's sef.

      Thanks Aunty Eya.

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    2. Anon 9;22PM, Your forming makes me want to comment. Start a food blog and see who will visit. Want to know why we won't visit? COS IT WILL SCREAM FAKE FROM BEGINNING TO END......
      FAKE KITCHEN
      FAKE PLATES
      FAKE POTS
      FAKE AND RENTED CUTLERIES
      FAKE AND RENTED COOKER
      FAKE TASTE OF FOOD
      FAKE PRESENTATION
      You know what, fake doesn't hide, we know it when we see it. I just gave you the secret to WC success.

      Aunty Eya thanks for this lovely recipe. I hate to spend hours cooking.
      #WivesConnectionIsReality

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    3. Thank you all and Anon thanks for lessons on hygiene. Next time I will wash the pot with jik and clearasil before cooking.

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    4. Anonymous8/24/2013

      Eya,u are a very dirty woman,I pity ur family u cook concoction and give to them with very dirty pot.idiot.I prefered when you were gating comments let me assure you if u delete this comment I will repaste it
      Ugly chimpazee
      Useless woman
      Old cargo
      Bastard old bitch

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    5. Anonymous8/24/2013

      Anon 7.34, sorry dear, when I see people like you, what I feel is pity. Only God knows what you are passing through in life that made you this bitter. But whatever it is dearie it will definitely pass, just look unto Jesus, pray against depression and bitterness. It is well ok? Aunty eya pls forgive her, it is not easy when you see somebody that is everything you ever wanted to be and nothing seems to be going your way. Allow her to vent so that she doesn't commit suicide, pls forgive her

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    6. Anon 7:34am, what demon posessed you to make such a comment and insult Eya? Were you even trained at all? Imagine the insults you directed at a married woman with kids. Do you even know God? Do you not have a conscience? In your small twisted mind you are being mischievous ba? Do you not know that you WILL give acct of every idle word you speak (or type)? When i read your comment, my first instinct was to insult you and your generation, but fortunately for you, i know better. I just feel immensely sorry for you, and i really pray that you find Jesus. You better apologize to Eya.

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  11. Anonymous8/22/2013

    Chai,na wah o for pple;jst appreciat d cukin & 4gt abt d pot @ anon 9:22 am sure u‘r more dirtier dan most of us,abeg carry go A Eya 10 gbosa 4 u biko.

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    1. Thanks for the gbosas. Chop knuckle.

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  12. Anonymous8/23/2013

    Na wa 4 u. @ ano 9:22. Appreciate and stp d useless complain. Haba. Weldone Aunty eya jare.

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  14. Aunty Eya, this looks yummicious.
    Thanks for the tip. I really don't
    mind the frying pan anyways,
    reminds me of my mum's. ;)

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    1. Thanks Lizzy, I didn't know I cooked with this frying pan o, not until I started tagging the pictures. The old should never be quarantined cos they have years of experience and knowledge that we all need. I only use it accidentally sha.

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  15. Anonymous8/23/2013

    Anon simply gave a good advice. What is so wrong in what she said. I don't see it as hating. People r so quick to defend.I totally agree abeg.

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    1. Anonymous8/23/2013

      Anon 7.31,abeg go sit down

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    2. Thanks for the agreement.
      Anon 10:57 thank you too o.

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  16. Anonymous8/24/2013

    Some pple get time shaa, biko rapu if'edere na motor banye motor jor. Eya thanks for d meal, I'll try it soon

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  17. Anonymous8/25/2013

    Thank u dear

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    1. You are welcome. Thanks too.

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  18. Anonymous8/29/2013

    I honestly like d originality of dis cooking. Eya keep up d good work.

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  19. Sonnie8/29/2013

    Eya keep it up. There is no forming in dis ur cooking recipe at all and I like dt.

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  20. chikoko10/16/2013

    Pls can i use minced meat in place of fish

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  21. Anonymous4/03/2014

    Hmmm some people have no respect 4 social decorum. Aunt Eya kudos joor. God bless

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  22. teekay9/11/2014

    Well done ma. You are one creative woman. Your recipes inspire me to think up new recipes as well.

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