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Saturday, September 14, 2019

Saturday Breakfast Post.......

I could use this for Breakfast but i cant cos I dont have the Ingredients right now...LOL
The Ideal Nigeran breakkfast for me is Amala with Ewedu soup and Gbegiri sauce and meat has to be goat meat with body Odour...OMG!!!











Coconut Yam Porridge



If you are looking for something sweeter, then this Yam Porridge recipe is perfect for you. Cooked with coconuts and chicken, this dish is bound to become a favourite especially for kids!


Ingredients


4 Table spoons palm Oil
1 Tea spoon Curry Powder
1 Tea spoon Thyme
3 Scotch bonnet Pepper
½ Teaspoon ginger
4 Tatashe (Red Bell Pepper)
2 Paprika
2 large red Onions (For blending and another chopped)
1Teaspoon Salt
1 Bouillon Cube
3 Cups Coconut milk
½ Cup Chicken Stock
½ Tuber Yam
1 Sweet Red Bell Pepper
1 Sweet Green Bell Pepper
1 Carrot Sliced thinly
1 Spring Onions
1 Chicken Breast


*Peel and slice the yam
*Wash, tatase, paprika, scotch bonnet and onions. Blend till smooth
*Slice Red and Green Pepper into strips, it will be added at the end of cooking.
*Smash coconut and chop into little bits for easy blending. Blend with some water and sieve all the milk. Repeat this step till you get enough milk. If this process is too tedious, you can buy coconut milk from the supermarkets.
*Slice chicken breasts thinly so that it cooks quickly, season with some salt and set aside in a sealed container in the fridge.


Cooking

In a pan, add palm oil and allow to heat up. When the pan is hot, add onions, ginger, curry powder, thyme and fry till it is soft and translucent.
Next add pepper blend, and fry till the oil floats to the top or the sauce begins to clump together.

Add salt and seasoning, stir together and keep frying for a few minutes.
Next add deboned fish and keep frying till the oil floats to the top.
Add coconut milk to the pot, the chicken stock and add cubed yams. Make sure the milk is enough to cook the yams thoroughly and some left over as the yam pottage sauce.

Cover and cook for 30 minutes.

While the yam is cooking, in a pan, spray some vegetable oil and stir-fry sliced bell peppers and carrots till fragrant and almost translucent.
In the same pan, add sliced chicken breast and fry on both sides till lightly browned, this should take about 4 minutes.
When the yam is cooked, add stir-fry peppers and chicken, then mix everything together, mashing some yam in the process.
Sprinkle the spring onions on top the yam for garnishing and extra flavour.
Serve and enjoy!

40 comments:

  1. My favourite breakfast is hot cereal; oats, plantain, banana, corn/cornmeal, cream of wheat, arrowroot, peanut...etc

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  2. on top porridge yam...that i only need yam,crayfish,ugu,magi,salt and palm...sharp cooking

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    1. The matter tire me o. Curry and thyme ontop of porridge yam. Akuko

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    2. No mind this recipe!
      So I should spend over 1-2hrs cooking porridge yam that would normally take 30mins.
      You never serious be that!

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  3. No appetite for breakfast. I'm not feeling fine.

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  4. Yummy yummy in my tummy. Will try this most def.

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  5. I hate new yams so I can't experiment now.will wait till I see old yams

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  6. All these things for yam porridge. Yam just came out, won't advice you cook this with new yam, new yam is best served with pepper soup this period, from late November, that's when porridge will work best, especially with egg and tomato sauce. I love to cook mine in a mortar, I also love to include ugba, panla, big red crayfish and freshly cut spinach or ugu. Ji han gwo la gwo/ji abubo.

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    1. These are the only things I want to add to yam porridge. I really don't think I want carrots in my yam.

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    2. You'll love carrots when its added to tomatoes and egg sauce, certainly not for porridge.

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  7. I had moringa tea, is it good for someone ttc , is Nescafe 3in 1 good too for ttc

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    1. Enter your reply... please moringha is not good for women ttcing... i know because a neigbour uses it as her own FP method.. its better you stop it first better safe.

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    2. Nescafe is not good for TTC and even plain Lipton as they contain caffeine. All the best.

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    3. No, moringa tea isn't good for someone TTCing, but your partner can use it. It will be good for his semen quality.

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  8. I feel like eating everything, this kwale weed will make me eat like malu today...I will eat all the eatables today.

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  9. Is it safe to drink pap water in pregnancy

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    1. I think it's safe because when i was pregnant with my first child, i had malaria and i was told to take pap water which i took and it worked perfectly for me.

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  10. Its fried irish and sweet potatoes with stew for me this morning. The yam porridge better be old yam if not you are on your own๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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    1. After cooking the new yam you will vex for yourself by yourself.

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    2. I dey tell u ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€

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    3. How do you people cook your own new yam? Cause I have made porridge,white yam and pounded yam with new yam and nothing happened

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    4. Thank you anon 12:08 I wonder too as I'm a yam lover,I've cooked it with beans, porridge and even White and it veeery fine

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    5. @mom Ella please how did you cook your own yam because my tubers of yam are frustrating me, they never get soft and sometimes comes out bitter sef๐Ÿ˜ญ

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  11. This is the problem Stella was talking about.
    This is a Google picture. Where's your own pic dear poster.
    This one has no chicken, no green pepper in sight. Hiannnnneeessst๐Ÿ™„

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    1. But it is not an advert, just a recipe. Poster of the recipe, well done on your creativity by using coconuts and chicken to spice up your porridge.

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  12. Having a delicious Achicha ede ; cooked with fio-fio, garnished with enough scent leaves and ukpaka.

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  13. That looks sumptuous ๐Ÿคค๐Ÿคค.
    I had basmati in ๐Ÿค peppered sauce (na left over from dinner days back). Was craving Pap and fried plantain which was my initial plan but didn’t have pap. Was ok tho.

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  14. All these ingredients on top of common 'asaro'. Madam catering practical please see your village old women to teach you how to cook correct porridge.

    This your recipe is curry chicken mashed yam!

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    1. ITK
      na Una own no go even sweet at all, mtchewwwww

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