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Chicken Alecha Mild Ethiopian Stew

Chicken Ethiopian Stew Recipe

Chicken Ethiopian Stew

Chicken Alecha Mild Ethiopian Stew

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Healthy Chicken Alecha is an Ethiopian stew that is not spicy and nothing like it's tremendously spicy cousin Ethiopian Doro Wat stew.

Chicken Alecha Mild Ethiopian Stew Recipe

Chicken Alecha Mild Ethiopian Stew Recipe

Serves 4

Ethiopian food

Total time from start to finish 1 hour and 10 minutes

Ingredients

4 chicken skinless thighs

1/2 small head red cabbage, shredded

2 onions, sliced

2 cups baby carrots

2 large tomatoes, diced

1 large sweet potato, finely diced

1 tablespoon minced garlic

½ teaspoon cayenne powder

Salt and pepper to taste

Water to cover

One peeled hardboiled egg

 

Directions

In a large pot with a lid, add all ingredients except egg, placing the meat on top, cover with water, place lid and simmer covered for one hour. Serve with boiled egg on the side, Ethiopian Injera bread.


Did you know?
Ethiopia is the second most populous country in Africa and imports a large portion of its goods from China 30 percent, US 8 percent, India 7 percent, and Kuwait 5 percent.

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