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Boiled Yams with Tomato Fish Stew

Boiled Yams with Tomato Fish Stew
Boiled Yams with Tomato Fish Stew Recipe

Quick delicious tomato fish stew cooked with fresh fish stew with onions, garlic, tomatoes, vegetable stock and as many hot peppers as you can stand.




A staple in the African country Nigeria, Obe Eja Tutu or tomato fish stew is a hearty healthy fresh fish stew served with boiled yams or rice.

Boiled Yams with Tomato Fish Stew Recipe

Boiled Yams with Tomato Fish Stew African Recipe
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West African food
Stew
Nutrition facts: 190 calories, 2 grams fat


Obe Eja Tutu African Tomato Fish Stew

A staple in the African country Nigeria, Obe Eja Tutu or tomato fish stew is a hearty healthy fresh fish stew served with boiled yams or rice.
Obe Eja Tutu African Tomato Fish Stew

Ingredients
3 fillets of any fish
2 yellow onions chopped
3 cloves garlic crushed
3 cups vegetable stock
3 tomatoes, diced
As many hot peppers as you can stand
Salt to taste

Directions
In a large pot on medium heat, add oil then sauté garlic and onions one minute. Add all ingredients together in the large pot and simmer covered for 30 minutes. Serve warm with yams or rice.


Boiled Nigerian Yams
Boiled Nigerian Yams

Simple Boiled Yams



Ingredients
1 medium yam (not sweet potato, yams are white inside) diced
1 teaspoon salt


Directions
In a medium pot filled with water add salt and boil. Add yams, cover and simmer on medium heat for 15 minutes. 

Strain water from yams with a colander and serve as a side dish to Obe Eja Tutu African Tomato Fish Stew.


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