How to make Chicken Gizzard Sauce

….whetting your taste bud one meal at a time

Chicken Gizzards are found in the digestive tracts of chickens. There are so are ways to prepare the chicken gizzard of which one is to prepare sauce or stew with it.


Gizzards contain proteins and contain nutrients for energy production. You can use chicken gizzard to pair with staples such as white or brown rice, boiled or fried plantains, boiled or roasted yam and boiled or grilled potatoes.

Learn on how to make NON-FRIED NIGERIA TOMATO STEW WITH GRILLED CHICKEN

Author: Dailyfresheat
Prep Time: 10minutes
Cook Time: 40minutes
Total Time: 50minutes

Ingredients
• 1 pack of Gizzard (20 oz)

• Salt to taste

• 4 medium fresh tomatoes

• 2 Habanero peppers

• 2 red bell peppers

• 2 green bell peppers

• 1 yellow bell pepper

• 2 cloves of garlic

• Medium size of ginger

• 1 large onion

• 3 tsp of olive oil

• 2 stock cubes

• ½ tsp of thyme

• ½ tsp of curry powder

• Seasoning powder

 

Procedure


➢ Wash and place gizzard into a sizable pot, season with the stock cube, thyme, chopped onions, salt and seasoning powder, then put on a medium heat to cook for approximately 30minutes. Don’t forget to add small water to it.
➢ Get rid of the stems and seeds of the bell peppers and chop. Also chop the tomatoes, habanero peppers, onions, ginger, and garlic.

➢ Blend the tomatoes, peppers, ginger, garlic and some onions together.

➢ Pour out the blended mixtures into a pot and allow to simmer until the water is dried up. Then set aside.


➢ Once the meat is done, pour out into a plate and separate the gizzard from the stock.

➢ Add the olive oil into the emptied pot, add the onions and stir, then add the gizzard and stir for 2 minutes.

NON-FRIED NIGERIA TOMATO STEW WITH GRILLED CHICKEN

➢ Add the blended mixtures, season with stock cubes, seasoning powder, curry powder and salt. Stir and leave to simmer on a low heat for 5 minutes. Stir consistently to prevent burning.

➢ Adjust the taste if required

➢ Then it’s done.


Serve and enjoy with any staple of your choice.

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