Cooking Ayamashe And Egusi Stew Recipes This Weekend



Ope did justice to this two pots of Ayamashe and egusi stew. This is something to try this weekend. When you taste this
stew, you'll ask me for Ope's email to send a thank you mail. Ayamashe stew recipe may look like it's complicated but it's not. I requested for it at a restaurant last weekend, ate a little and regretted that I didn't just go home and cook mine with this recipe. It was nothing close to ayamashe, even the stew colour was red like canned tomato stew.
See the recipe on her post.

If you are too busy for stews and soups, try our Indomie noodle recipes

Comments

  1. Oh my! Look at the 'oyel'. I have never had Ayamashe but I have seen so many pics of it online that I'm sure I know what it tastes like by now. Lol

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  2. Anonymous3/03/2016

    I use fresh tomato 4 my melon soup! Den I eat d soup wit rice, yam or swallow! Yummy! But d tomato won't b so much! Not like d quantity for stew

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  3. Anonymous3/03/2016

    This is the real deal. I know good ayamashe when I see it.

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  4. I will try the Ayamatshe this weekend, its looks so good and simple. Well done Aunty Eya, I always visit every Friday to look for what to cook for my Family at weekend. Keep up ur good work.

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