The first time I had Ofada stew was in a restaurant at Abuja, I enjoyed it so much, the Iru mixed with Peppers and assorted Meat was just Yummmmm. Another time, I saw #Ayamase on instagram and I wondered what it was so I decided to google it and saw it is Ofada sauce and I was like “Hmm, oh really!”, now I decided to try it out myself. Ofada sauce is spicy, tasty infact it is deliciousness in its entirety which takes you to yummy paradise.

INGREDIENTS FOR OFADA STEW (AYAMASE)

  • 9 large green bell Peppers
  • 3 large red bell Peppers
  • 15-20 red and green scotch bonnets (Atarodo/ Atarugu)
  • 1 large Onion
  • ½ cooking spoon of Locust Beans (Iru)
  • 1 tablespoon of ground Crayfish
  • Knorr cubes
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 cooking spoons of Palm Oil
  • 500g Cooked assorted Meat [Shaki, Ponmo, roundabout, liver etc)
  • 2 cups of Beef stock

HOW TO PREPARE

  • Wash and blend all the Peppers together then set aside

  • Add Palm oil in a pot, cover and allow to heat up for about 7- 10 minutes on medium heat (somewhat bleaching the oil, but I didn’t bleach mine too much)
  • Add chopped Onion, blended Pepper mix and Locust Bean, allow to cook for 10 minutes

 

  • Now add a bit of Crayfish, assorted Meat, Beef stock , check if seasoning and Salt are in proportion, cover and cook for 7 minutes (the Meat should be cut in small chunks)

  • Our Ofada stew is ready

Serve with Ofada Rice, White Rice, Basmati, Yam etc.

Ofada Stew is very easy and tasty, I enjoyed every scoop with My Basmati Rice Do try this recipe out and give me a feedback by commenting below or sending me an email: info@anamicooks.com. Also connect with me on Instagram and Facebook, @anamicooks. I won’t be posting for like 3 weeks cos I have been called up by NYSC to Lagos state, Yaaaah! Bye guys…

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