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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Palm Oil Spinach Smoked Meat Stew

Africa Food Spinach Smoked Meat Stew Recipe

Spinach Smoked Meat Stew Recipe


As suggested by the name Spinach and Smoked Meat Stew is a delicious mix of beef, fish, chicken, pork, and shellfish served over rice.

Spinach leaves alone have a bitter taste and are sold fresh or dried. The leaves are green with a robust odor and a bitter taste.

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Bitter Leaf Stew

Yorubas call bitter leaf Ewuro and the Igbos Onugbu, every part of the plant is beneficial from the stem, leaves, and root. Liberian stews are unlike most recipes, Liberian stews are hearty stews that combine numerous meats, fish, and vegetables in one stew.

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook time: 55 minutes


Spinach Smoked Meat Stew


Serves 4
Low-fat option with shellfish and no palm oil
African food
Stew
Nutrition facts: 340 calories, 3 grams fat

Ingredients

5 ounces of cubed smoked beef
5 ounces of smoked pork sausage
2 skinless chicken thighs
3 smoked fish, flaked
1/2 pound peeled and deveined shrimp
1 tablespoon minced garlic
2 onions, chopped finely
1/4 cup palm oil
1 bunch bitter leaf, chopped or spinach
Water to cover

Directions

Add all ingredients except shrimp to a large pot over medium heat cover ingredients with water. Reduce heat to low and simmer 1 hour. Add shrimp and continue to simmer another 15 minutes.


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