Nigerian Yam Porridge

Yam porridge with green vegetables

Nigerian yam porridge cooked with smoked mackerel and green vegetables. Easy recipe. Dinner is served.


INGREDIENTS:
  1. 1 tuber yam
  2. small bunch green vegetables (amaranth/aleho)
  3. 2 large bulbs onion
  4. Palm oil
  5. 2 smoked mackerel
  6. Salt
  7. Knorr beef seasoning
  8. Fresh pepper
  9. Water





















COOKING DIRECTION:
  • First, I stir fried enough onion, pepper and seasoning cubes in palm oil until onion is translucent. 
  • Added water, yam and washed smoked fish. Checked for salt and seasoning if they are ok, covered to cook while I stir often until yam is cooked and thickens.
  • The fish is taken out before adding vegetables so it doesn't crumble with stirring and mixing. After mixing vegetables well, the fish is returned to the pot, stirred and allowed to simmer a for about 20 seconds before turning off the heat and serving.

Yam pottage








Yam porridge with fish and vegetables




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Comments

  1. YUM! I just put up a post on plantain and sweet potato porridge.Very delish!

    www.cheecheelive.com

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  2. Mouth watering as usual. I miss your meals aunty Eya

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    1. Thanks Lizzy. I'm posting more meals now with less of other updates.

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  3. Thanks Cheechee, that combo makes sense especially for sweet tooth eaters. I love that catfish.
    @Brandybless,thanks and happy Sunday sis.
    @sister Lizzy bless you . Don't worry, we'll sure get back to that place of more recipes, less of other stuff God willing. What you don't know is that I miss your creative meals too.Have a blessed week.

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