Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Foodace Easy Seafood Okra


Ingredients.

4 slices salmon stake (722g)
Okra – 500g (finely sliced)
Prawns/shrimps (300g)
I large onion
2 scotch bonnet (ata rodo)
1 paparika pepper
1 cup meat stock
125g spinach
1/3 cup palm oil
1 knorr cube
Salt to taste

Instructions.

1. In a pot, put salmon steaks and prawns. Season with 1 knorr cube, ¼ of the onion, salt and black pepper. Cook on medium heat with ½ cup water, for 5 minutes.

2. Divide chopped okra in 2. Put one part in food processor with remaining onion, paprika pepper and scotch bonnets and process (aiming for the okra to be roughly chopped).

3. On a heat, place a medium put and heat up palm oil. Once heated, add the blended okra mix in the food processor and fry for 3-5 minutes. Stir continuously to avoid burning.

4. Add 1 cup meat stock and stir and then carefully add in the already cooked prawns and fish. Allow cooking for 2-3mins.  

5. Adjust taste by adding more salt or seasoning cubes.

6. At this point, add the remaining chopped okra and cook on medium heat for 2 - 3 minutes.

7. Stir in the sliced spinach, once wilted, turn heat off and serve hot. Can be eaten alone or paired with swallow of choice



7 comments:

  1. Thanks a lot for this recipe, you truly are inspiring and thanks for sharing your gift with us all. What about cooking without red oil, do you have a recipe for ppl who are asked to avoid red oil and please could you share the recipe on the coconut veg sauce u usually do when you were on snapchat, I have checked your blog on it but can't find it.

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    1. Hi, Kelechi, sorry for the late reply. I do not have a recipe for "no red oil" okra. However, if you want "no red oil", all you need to do is use more paprika peppers. I have not blogged the recipe yet

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  2. Please please I really look forward to your response concerning the veg coconut sauce thanks.

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  5. Thank you so much for this recipe! I made it today after coming across your blog/ website yesterday and it turned out extremely well. Please do keep up the great work. I will be checking your blog frequently :-)

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  6. This was so fragrant and flavorful! I loved it!

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