Delicious chicken Nigerian inspired Okra/Okro soup/stew recipePOTSOFSMILES:)
Here comes a quite exotic recipe or our European pallets but it is nothing to be afraid of. This finger licking Okra soup/stew is a wonderful dish to make. It has an unusual sticky consistency but the taste is really worth the try. I have to be honest that first time I was little bit unsure of what the taste would be but after one small tasting spoon the second one was overfilled and heading in the direction of my mouth. It goes wonderfully with pounded yam what you prepare just as you make your semolina (mix the powder with cold water and stir A LOT). Please let me know how you found this recipe.
- If you have time pre soak your fish stock fillets in hot water to shorten their cooking time.
- Start with poaching your chicken in a large pot with water, chicken stock cube, diced chilli and diced onions. Add your stock fish fillets (you can cut them into smaller pieces to make them get softer sooner). Let it boil until the chicken is cooked and the stock fish is soft.
- Wash and cut your okra now. The finer the pieces the easier it is for it to make it draw. Cut each okra 3x diagonally and then cut into small pieces. To speed up the time cut your okras diagonally first and then when cutting them into smaller pieces do it in larger numbers (about 6 at a time).
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