Delicious Tomato Stew With Baked Beans

Nigerian tomato stew with baked beans.
 This baked beans tomato stew is the fastest and easiest delicious tomato stew we can make. It doesn't need any tomato cooking expertise to get delicious because the fish and baked beans in tomato sauce automatically gives your stew a very good aroma and taste.
There was no need for step by step pics because the method is same as that of Nigerian emergency stew except that here I used baked beans in tomato sauce.
We already have a pot on how to cook very red tomato stew.

I don't want to call this emergency stew but it really comes in handy when you cannot go out to get fresh stuff. The stew is very good with bread, boiled yam, plantain, pasta and even swallow. If your tomato stew always tastes sour, then visit wives connection secret to delicious tomato stew

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Nigerian tomato stew with much stock, you can make yours thicker by adding just lil stock or water.
 You guys haven't noticed my new pots even with me putting them in your face like with very large pictures? I thought you'll yab so I was quietly waiting with a reply that never got the chance to be typed and published.
Well, even though no one asked I will talk.
An anonymous comment about me cooking with dirty pots made me realize that some don't know the difference between "old" and dirty. These wares have seen better years. I have been married for over a decade o:), close to two decades maybe so, you can imagine a pot sitting on the cooker daily for twenty years cos some were being used even before I entered this house as a wife. Even we as men and women, let's compare our pictures of twenty years back and those we are taking in 2014, is there no big difference?  So you can imagine... How can I cook with dirty wares? Am I sick or something? Eya the squeaky clean woman.
After I read that comment, I tried to be stubborn and just ignore the Anonymous sister but e no gree me o. I had to carry myself jeje to a kitchen ware shop to update a little. I am very happy seeing new items in my kitchen, feels like a new kitchen and I would have loved to thank you Anon, if you had written your name with your comment, because these days the sparkle in this kitchen makes me wanna stay longer in here. Right now I'm blogging from the kitchen counter as I make breaskfast. Just finished making breakfast and I'm boiling tomatoes for blending and storing. As I type, the tomato is boiling. Before, maybe I would have left the laptop on the dining to be shuttling dining and kitchen while cooking. Please Anony sister, those pots are not dirty. They are old. Do you dispose of old kitchen ware? It's not wise economically. I still use my old kitchen items sha but not all the time. I tire to type abeg, running late for third service.
Adding baked beans to the almost cooked pot of stew
Baked beans in tomato stew or sauce or whatever we call it
Stir the pot only once after adding baked beans
This plate of rice was cleared in a hurry cos of the dlicious taste
If you like much stew, you can add more to your hot white rice
Steaming hot boiled rice covered in delicious quick cook stew
Rice and stew is ready
This quantity used to be too much for me, now I clear and ask for more. Looking forward to when I'll stop breastfeeding. A few months to go by God's grace.
Even if you don't like baked beans, don't worry, the taste is not the same when added to tomato stew.
You'll enjoy this. You can cook with fresh fish instead of sardines. Fresh fish will give it a very very yummy taste.
Enjoy your Lunch!:)

Comments

  1. Chioma8/10/2014

    Lol @ Aunty Eya

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  2. Anonymous8/10/2014

    Looks yummy.

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  3. JC Lee8/10/2014

    Sis. Eya U r really trying! U keep me busy when am breastfeeding my baby, I look foward to your new ideas all the time. Well done. Congrat for ur baby too

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    1. Thank you JC, I eat a lot these days and look forward to when he'll clock at least nine months and stop suckling. How old is your baby? Does he suck a lot?
      I look for shortcuts and quick cook recipes now cos a 24 hour day has become too short o.
      Love to your baby...

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  4. Well done aunt Eya. Please confirm if it's pure tomatoes with no pepper added. Many thanks. Love to your family

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    1. Thanks Nmie, I always have my pepper sauce which I just add to every cooking and return back to the fridge.

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  5. Anonymous8/10/2014

    Its my first tym seeing ds beautiful African meal blog. U hv no idea how happy I am cos I love experimenting wt food! Was arguing wt my sis abt d correct spellin of porridge wen I typed it on google n pictured came out. Ur yam porridge pics caught my attention n when I clicked,ur blog came on. I hv bn readin n readin n lovin every of ur post. Kip it ur ma'am! Bless u!! (Sue)

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    1. Thank you Sue. Yeah I still remember that yam porridge, it's an old post. I love love experimenting with cooking a particular food in different ways and surprisingly,they always turn out delicious. Most of those recipes you see are not by me. Wonderful readers cook take pics and share with us. I only post them to the blog.
      Thanks and welcome to wives Connection.

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  6. I did notice the new pots but thought it might be rude to comment about them. Love them though but I am sure it must hard parting with your old faithfuls. The sauce looks yum, thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks Aunty Mo. No, haven't parted with my faithfuls. I still cook with them.
      A comment about new items can never be rude na.

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  7. Yummy yummy yummy,Aunty Eye,i like this post and do u know what I love most? Your character,I may not know u in person but the little I see on this blog makes me fall inlove with ur attitude. Keep it up!

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    1. Awwww! thanks Able Mom. Bless you much.

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  8. Anonymous8/10/2014

    Aunty Eya and WC family pls I need ur help, I need ideas of a business to start with 500,000 am confused. Will really appreciate brilliant ideas. Thanks in anticipation. Delacreme

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    1. @Anon, Follow the link below to read that post, might help.
      http://www.wivestownhallconnection.com/2013/04/i-need-help-with-million-naira-business.html

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    2. Oh, it's you Delacreme. I clicked on publish before seeing your name. Read that post, the suggestions might give you ideas.

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  9. Will try dis asap. I so love the sight of beans in my rice. Also, permit my little deviation. How early is it to run a pregnancy test? I did a urine test 4 days after intercourse cos I was down wit malaria symptoms but it came out negative. This is the fourth week and I feel hungry almost all the time. Hubby says it's bcos I jst treated malaria. Pls, house, is it still too early to run another test? As 4 my period, It dnt come out as heavy as normal. So I'm all d more confused.

    I take God beg una, make una no cuss me out mbok. I'm new in dis game. Thanks, one love.

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    1. Hi Ogome, if you like beans in your rice, then check out these old posts:
      http://www.wivestownhallconnection.com/2013/03/palm-oil-rice-and-beans-with-fish.html

      AND
      http://www.wivestownhallconnection.com/2014/07/jollof-rice-and-beans-with-carrots.html

      For the pregnancy test, I'll suggest you try a blood test. It works better with early pregnancies.

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    2. Congrats in advance!

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  10. Tnx Aunt Eya. God bless you. Keep up the good job. This blog has been a blessing.

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  11. Anonymous8/11/2014

    Nice one Eya, but for those of us who warm our stews daily because of light wahala, won't the beans get soft in say like the third day?

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    1. I think it wd. I'll advise you add beans only when it's not a very big pot of stew. Warming beans morning and nightn for three days, you won't enjoy it on the third day.

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  12. I made this today though yet to taste it but the boys have no complaints so I guess it's delicious

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    1. Wow Nmie, thank you for the feedback. No complaints actually mean they are enjoying the meal. You will love it too.
      bon apetit.

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    2. Wow,Aunty Eya tu comprone france?#plsifuknowfreanchabegcorrectmeoh#and if u can not read what I wrote forget it #smiliing

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    3. @Able mom, I started learning French but time to continue. Thanks:)

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  13. Aunty Eya thanks for another quick meal. This will come very handy on a lazy or tired day.
    I didn't notice your new pots because I"m more interested in the contents of the pot. If it were your popular old frying pan, lots of anons would have left horrible comments. Nevertheless, its a good thing to upgrade.

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    1. Hahaha, sis Liz, you got me laughing. You know now, if I posted with that old fry pan, some Anonymous sisters would have told me how offended they are. Now, they won't come and tell me my pot is inviting. o.
      You won't regret trying this with some basmati rice.

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  14. sarafina8/12/2014

    I'm Def trying this b4 d end of the week @aunty Eya what do you have in your pepper sauce? Isn't it the normal tatase, rodo and tomatoes seeds?

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    1. No Sarafina, no tomatoes, no tatashe just grind fresh pepper, onion and enough seasoning cubes together, pour in oil then place on the cooker and cook for a few minutes in low heat. Do not let it get too hot and fry.

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