Wednesday, 8 May 2013

How to prepare Capsicum tomato sauce with meatballs

This light tomato sauce brings out the taste in meatballs anyday, anytime. To add a colorful twist to this light sauce, I decided to add capsicums. The most common variety found in Nigeria are the green and red types popularly known as green bell pepper and red bell pepper (Tatashey). The ones I used for this recipe have this sweet after taste unlike the Nigerian grown capsicums. 
•Prep time:  10 minutes 
•Cook time: 30 minutes 
•Total time:  40 minutes 
Ingredients:::
• 25 Already prepared Meatballs 
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• 1 Yellow & 1 green Capsicum
• 4 plum tomatoes 
• ¼ Large red onion
•3 red scotched bonnets(diced)
• 3 Cooking Spoons Beef stock
• 1 Stock cube
• 1 cooking spoon Vegetable oil
• Salt to taste

Procedure:::
1. Slice the Capsicums and set aside

2. Lightly blend the plum tomatoes and onion; pour into a medium sized frying pan

3. Add the diced scotch bonnet pepper and cook for about 10 mins till the liquid dries up leaving only the tomato puree 

4. Pour in the vegetable oil and fry for about 5 mins 

5. Add the Beef stock and leave to simmer for 10mins 

6. Add the sliced capsicums and meat balls; leave for another 5mins 

7. Serve as a form of garnish 


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  5. Anonymous5:43 pm

    Yommy! Is the meat pounded before making it into balls.please I want to prepare it

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    1. The minced meat wasn't pounded.it's usually sold minced. I buy mine from shoprite.

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  7. Anonymous7:52 am

    Hi, where do u get ur yellow pepper

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    1. I get my yellow capsicums from shoprite.

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  8. Anonymous11:47 pm

    hello dear I have really learnt a lot from your meal. You are an inspiration to me, I God bless you dear.
    From Tony

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    1. Awwww!!! Thank you tony :)

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    2. Can you also use mince chicken for the non meat eaters. May you continue to be an inspiration to us. Thanks and God bless

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    3. Thanks Andem. Yes you can use minced chicken for this.

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  9. Anonymous6:03 am

    My partner just braught home a load of mince I am going to try later as looks yummmmmm

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    1. Do keep us posted on how it turns out Anon.

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