April 17, 2018

Turkey Stew - Easy Turkey Stew recipe

Who's hungry for turkey stew? It's easy to forget turkey exists especially with the popularity of chicken but lets take a moment to appreciate this tasty natural work of awesomeness shall we :).
Turkey stew, just like every other basic Nigerian stew with tomato base is as easy as ABC. It's a tasty stew made with tomatoes and peppers as a base mixed with turkey stock to give it that authentic flavor. For this recipe, i cooked the turkey without frying after cooking. This is because i totally enjoy the moistness of boiled turkey. But you could fry the turkey if you choose to. You could enjoy turkey stew with just about anything from rice, plantain, potatoes, spaghetti, beans, yam.... and just about anything.




Turkey Stew (How to make turkey stew)
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Ingredients:
•8 Plum Tomatoes
•3 medium sized Tatashe
•13 medium sized chili pepper (shombo)
•9 medium sized scotch bonnet pepper (ata rodo)
•1 medium sized onion (pureed)
•6 cloves garlic
•1 liko Turkey
•2 Seasoning cubes
•½ tbsp. Thyme
•½ tbsp. Curry Powder
•½ cup cooking oil
• Salt to taste

Instructions:

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  • Calories per serving: 0 (N/A)
    Fat per serving: 0 (N/A)


    Directions:::
    Step 1: The first step is to make the tomapep puree blend the tomatoes, tatashe, chili pepper (shombo),  scotch bonnet pepper (ata rodo), onion (pureed) and garlic together till you get a smooth puree. 

    Step 2: Pour the blend in a pot and boil for about 20 minutes or till it gets concentrated. Then set aside. 

    Step 3: To make the turkey stock, you place the turkey in an empty pot, add the curry powder, thyme, salt to taste, some chopped onion and water. Cook for about 15 minutes, then set aside. 

    Step 4: Pour the cooking oil into an empty pot and add  the concentrated tomapep puree prepared in step 1. Let it fry for about  3-5 minutes, then add the turkey stock into the pot with the turkey included. 

    Step 5: Stir and cover the pot. Leave to cook for 10 minutes on low heat. And your turkey stew is ready. Serve!

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