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Ghanaian Catfish Stewed With Tomatoes

A truly delicious Ghanaian Catfish Stew made in one-pot.

Catfish are a bottom-dwelling freshwater fish with barbels that look a lot like whiskers but are sensory organs around the catfish mouth. Most of the meat from catfish is found around the belly. There is a large piece of meat on the belly of the catfish so larger the fish the more meat to make catfish stew.


Fish is the cheapest source of animal protein in Africa. Ghana’s fisheries provide 65% of the countries protein requirements, and support the livelihoods of almost 10% of Ghana’s population. 

Ghanaian Catfish with Stewed Tomatoes

Ghanaian Catfish with Stewed Tomatoes
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Easy Ghanaian catfish stewed with tomatoes is healthy, an inexpensive recipe to make and incredibly delicious. 

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Ingredients
4 medium sized catfish fillets
1/4 cup olive oil
1 teaspoon allspice
2 teaspoons red pepper flakes
1 teaspoon minced garlic
2 cups vegetable stock
1 medium chopped onion
1 medium chopped red pepper
4 medium chopped tomatoes

Directions

Sauté filleted catfish in olive oil with the spices. When fish is half cooked slowly add vegetable stock, chopped onion, a red pepper, and tomatoes. Cook on slow for 30 minutes and serve with soft bread.



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