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1. No African country names begin with the letters F, H, I, J, O, P, Q, V, W, X, or Y.

2. Africa is surrounded by water but by definition Africa is not an island because Africa is a continent.

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Say Yes To The Best Goat Meat Stew Recipe

Say Yes To The Best Goat Meat Stew Recipe
Goat meat stew when cooked slow and low is a low-fat hearty recipe with potatoes, egusi seeds, tomatoes, herbs, and spices is the best goat stew recipe ever.

Say Yes To The Best Goat Meat Stew Recipe

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Best Goat Meat Stew Recipe
Goat Meat Stew Recipe

Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 2 hours
Calories 244 calories per serving
Fat Content 2 grams fat
Recipe Yield 6 servings

Best Goat Meat Stew Recipe


Ingredients
1 pound cubed goat meat
2 large pieces any smoked fish
2 large handfuls sorrel leaves or spinach
½ cup ground egusi seeds
2 medium chopped tomatoes
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
Directions
Heat palm oil over medium heat in a large pot, add onions and garlic. Add remaining ingredients except for egusi, fish and sorrel or spinach. Cover and cook for 2 hours, stirring occasionally until the 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.

Did you know?
What are equsi melon seeds? Egusi melon seeds are a popular snack and cooking ingredient used in many East African soup and stew recipes.

Most kinds of egusi melons are grown for their seeds, not for the flesh. Egusi melons goes by many names: bitter watermelon, bitterboela, bitterwaatlemoen, ibotola, karkoer, makataan, Tsamma melon, t'sama Kalahari melon and wild watermelon.

Bitter watermelon originates in southern Africa and occurs naturally in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Zambia and Malawi.

Africa is surrounded by water but is not an island, here are a few African Island facts.

Madagascar is the 4th large island in the world and is located in the Indian Ocean supporting a unique biology, about 90% of its plants and animals are found nowhere else on earth.

Composed of 155 islands, Seychelles is Africa's smallest country. By far the largest island is Mahe, home to about 90% of the population and the site of its capital city of Victoria.

Cabo Verde has a strategic location 310 miles or 500 km from the west coast of Africa near major north-south sea routes; important communications station; important sea and air refueling site.

Africa is surrounded by water but by definition Africa is not an island because Africa is a continent. Continents can not be considered islands because of their size and also by historic definition since many people who study geography define islands and continents as two different things.

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