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May 16, 2019
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How to make garden egg sauce ( Two Methods)

… whetting your taste bud, one meal at a time.

Hi there! I will be sharing with you two amazing and simple methods of making your garden egg sauce. So far these are the best methods and the processes are straight forward.

Now if have never tried garden egg sauce, it’s a must try. Trust me you will come back with a testimony🀣. Preparing this sauce is so easy. It’s healthy and comes with loads of nutrients.

Garden eggs promotes weight loss, it’s rich in antioxidants, it’s rich in vitamin B, it promotes healthy bone, help in digestion and more.

I had to use palm oil in the second method. I twisted up the recipe a bit and the result is unbelievable. I added carrot and mushrooms, it’s so fantastic. Both recipes are amazing. My honest opinion, try both recipes, there’s something so heavenly about themπŸ₯°

Let’s get into it. As always your feedback is highly important. Like, share and comment. If you are yet to subscribe,please do. Thank y’allπŸ₯°πŸ’•

Method 1

Ingredients

  • Garden eggs (500g)
  • Kpomo( soft) (300g)
  • Cat fish (100g)
  • 2 Large Tomatoes
  • 2 Scotch bonnet
  • 1/2 inch of Ginger
  • 3 cloves of Garlic
  • 1 medium Onions
  • 2 tablespoons of Olive oil
  • 2 Stock cube
  • Seasonings
  • Salt

Preparation

1. Wash and cut the garden eggs into little chunks and set aside.

2. Wash and cut the kpomo into cubes size and set aside.

3. Wash and slightly parboil the cat fish. Once it’s cold, debone and flakes.

4. Wash and blend the tomatoes, pepper, garlic and Ginger.

5. Slice the onions and set aside.

Procedure

1. Set a pot on a medium heat stove, add the olive one, allow for few seconds and add the onions.

2. Once the onions is translucent, add the blended mixture and cook until the water is almost dried

3. Add the stock cubes, salt and seasonings and cook for a minute.

4. Now add the kpomo and fish and turn together.

5. Add the garden egg, add little water or stock, turn and cover it up. Continue cooking on medium heat for at least 15minutes or until the garden egg is totally soft.

6. Add ground Cameroon pepper for extra heat(it’s totally optional). Adjust the taste if required.

7. It’s done.

8. Serve with boiled white rice, boiled unripe plantain or boiled yam (it can go with any staple)

Method 2

Ingredients

  • Garden eggs(500g)
  • Chicken breast (300g)
  • 1 large Carrot
  • 4 medium Mushrooms
  • 2 Large Tomatoes
  • 1 Scotch bonnet
  • Garlic paste
  • Ginger paste
  • 1 medium Onions
  • 3 tablespoons of Palm oil
  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil
  • Ground Cameroon pepper
  • 2 Stock cube
  • Salt

Preparation

1. Wash and cut the garden eggs into little chunks and set aside.

2. Wash and cut the chicken into bites and set aside.

3. Wash, scrape and slice the carrot, then set aside.

4. Wash and also slice the mushrooms, set aside.

5. Wash and blend the tomatoes and peppers.

6. Slice the onions and set aside.

Procedure

1. Set a pot on the stove, add 1 or 2 spoons of olive oil, once it’s hot, add the chicken and stir consistently until it’s golden brown.

2. Set a pot on a medium heat stove, add the oil, allow for few seconds and add the onions.

3. Once the onions is translucent, add the blended mixture and cook until the water is almost dried

4. Add the stock cubes, salt, garlic, ginger and seasonings and cook for a minute.

5. Now add the chicken and turn together.

6. Add the garden egg, add little water or stock, turn and cover it up. Continue cooking on medium heat for at least 15minutes or until the garden egg is totally soft.

7. Now you can add the carrots and mushrooms.

8. Add ground Cameroon pepper for extra heat(it’s totally optional). Adjust the taste if required. Cook for 2minutes.

9. It’s done.

10. Serve with boiled white rice, boiled unripe plantain or boiled yam (it can go with any staple)

Enjoy🧑🧑🧑

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6 thoughts on “How to make garden egg sauce ( Two Methods)

  1. Looks good!
    Will try both options!
    Thank you for the food enlightenment.

    Like

  2. First off. I love garden eggs. Haven’t eaten them for years. Where do I get them from in North America??
    Can’t wait to try this recipe.
    Hmmmm..

    Like

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