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Better than KFC African vegetable chicken stew

African vegetable chicken stew is a hearty traditional African stew recipe is more tempting than KFC.



African food is better than KFC because African food has healthier ingredients, brings your family together at the dinner table and eating homemade African foods are cheaper than eating at a restaurant chain or buying processed foods. Our African vegetable chicken stew recipe is easy to make and made vegan, vegetarian or with chicken.

Many traditional food products from Africa have made their way into grocery stores. Have you ever brought home a new product from the international foods section of your grocery store and then watched it spoil in your refrigerator because you could not figure out how to cook it? Chic African Culture and The African Gourmet have help for you. 

In recent years, many exotic products have been introduced on the shelves of supermarkets in the United States. As a result, people have found out about food item like cocoyam, and many are curious to try them out. Preparing African recipes instead of settling for fast food helps to keep African cooking traditions alive. 

African recipes can benefit everyone, everywhere. Many foods are unknown outside places of origin in Africa and there are many reasons why this should change. Introducing African foods helps open up markets diversify diets, cope with human and natural disasters that interrupt food supplies and protect the environment when the main food is a rare one.


Better than KFC African vegetable chicken stew

Better than KFC African vegetable chicken stew



Prep time: 20 min Cook time: 20 min Total time: 40 min

Ingredients
2 large chicken breasts, chopped
1 medium sliced onion
2 large white potatoes
1 medium chopped green pepper
3 cups kale greens
3 cups chicken broth
2 cups diced carrots
1 teaspoon red pepper flake
1 tablespoon tomato paste
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon ground turmeric
Salt to taste


Directions
Boil chicken and greens in 2 1/2 cups of chicken broth in a large pot for 10 minutes. Add onion, chopped pepper, carrots, tomato paste, and spices to chicken broth. Cook for 5 minutes then simmer for 15 minutes longer. Serve over rice or with soft bread.






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