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Spicy West African Goat Egusi Stew

Spicy West African Goat Egusi Stew

Spicy West African Goat Egusi Stew is a meaty slow cooker African stew with potatoes, egusi seeds, tomatoes, herbs and spices.


Spicy West African Goat Egusi Stew is a easy African recipe one-pot meal to make for a family dinner.


Spicy West African Goat Egusi Stew is a hearty, savory slow cooker stew with potatoes, egusi seeds, tomatoes, herbs and spices.

Natural egusi seeds are used to season and thicken African soups and stews and combined with smoked fish and fresh goat meat this West African stew rates five stars on the favorite African recipe list.

Prep time: 20 min Cook time: 2 hours Total time: 2 hours 20 min

Ingredients:

 
2 large pieces any smoked fish

2 large handfuls sorrel leaves or spinach

1 pound cubed goat meat

½ cup ground egusi seeds

2 large tomatoes, chopped

2 medium white potatoes, diced

1 large onion, chopped

2 cloves garlic, chopped

2 tablespoons palm oil or butter

1 teaspoon curry powder

1 hot pepper, chopped

5 cups vegetable stock or water


Directions:

Heat palm oil over medium heat in a large pot, add onions and garlic. Add remaining ingredients except egusi, fish and sorrel or spinach. Cover and cook for 2 hours, stirring occasionally, until goat is tender. Add egusi and fish stir, simmer 10 minutes longer. Finally add sorrel or spinach simmer 2-3 minutes serve over fufu or rice.


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