Mixed Vegetables With Cous Cous By Lizzy Obaze

Ingredients for mixed vegetable with cous cous
 I followed this recipe on WC called jamaican sauce with white rice by Patsy. My sauce has a slight difference to it and I've given it a different name as there was so much hassle about the name she gave her beautiful meal. 

I have used extra virgin olive oil, tim plum tomatoe, red and white onion, spring onions, garlic, ginger, coriander leave, cabbage, red and green pepper, hot peppers, sweetcorn, peas, carrots, king prawns and beef.

I fried the beef and prawns andset aside. I also blended the tin tomatoes and hot peppers, cooked with bsy leaves and set aside. 
In a fresh pot I heat some oil, add the sliced onion and garlic, added ginger and chopped carrots then I added the cooked tomatoe sauce. After 3 minutes i added some water as the sauce was too thick. Then i added the chopped cabbage,  kidney beans and sweetcorn. I seasoned with knor cubes, dried thyme and all purpose seasoning then I added the fried beef and prawn. I Added a
pinch of salt after tasting.
5minutes later I added the chopped red and green pepper, spring onion, peas and coriander leaves, stirred the contents and turned off the heat immediately. I did this to retain the crunch and flavour in the peppers and spring onion.

I served this with some plain cous cous and a slice of left over fish steak. Hubby had his with some white rice. Kids only had a little but had a bigger portion the following day.

Thanks for posting.

LIZZY

Extra virgin olive oil, tim plum tomatoe, red and white onion, spring onions, garlic, ginger, coriander leave, cabbage, red and green pepper, hot peppers, sweetcorn, peas, carrots, king prawns and beef.




Frying beef with prawns
Fried beef and prawns
Blended tin tomatoes with hot peppers before cooking
Cooked mixed vegetables
A colourful serving of  mixed vegetables with cous cous
This can be served with Nigerian coconut rice, Irish potatoes and other meals.


Comments

  1. Anonymous7/18/2014

    Nice.thanks fφя̩̥̊ sharing.IPHY

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  2. uh lalala yummy looking..thanks for sharing Liccy
    The Beautiful Eagle

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  3. Nice dish preparation...I love your minced vegetable. Though I hate cous cous.

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  4. When I cook a meal well. I get comments like this from some people:
    1. This specie of afang tastes very good.
    2. This type of okra is the tasty one.
    3. This stew you used good tomatoes and the chicken too is the very tasty type.
    4. Abuja beef tastes good.
    What about the chef's efforts? RME

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  5. Hmmmmmmm! Yummy! Delicious! You this is awesome, you just made my mouth watery now and hungry


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  6. chinwe7/19/2014

    Pls all, does any1 in d house knows hw 2 prepare Asun? Pls help a sis, hubby needs it badly. Thnks

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  7. chinwe7/19/2014

    Pls all, does any1 in d house knows hw 2 prepare Asun? Pls help a sis, hubby needs it badly. Thnks

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    1. Common google is ur friend don't starve d poor dude jor.

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    2. Anonymous7/20/2014

      Her Excellency abeg no kee me with laf dis early mo..mor

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