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How to Cook Beef Stew in Uganda

Beef Stew Recipe (Enyama y’asuppu)

Recipe Ingredients:

  • 500gm beef

  • 1 onion (big chopped)

  • 2 Tomatoes (big)

  • 1 green pepper (Small)

  • 2 cloves garlic

  • 1 egg plant

  • 1 spring of coat meal

  • 1 table spoon Royco

  • 1 tea spoon Beef Masala/curry powder

  • Salt and pepper to taste.

How to Cook Beef Stew - Method One(1)

Cut meat in mouth full pieces

Blend the tomatoes and cut into small pieces

Chop onions, greenpepper, egg plant, coat meal in relatively big pieces

Crush garlic or chop finely

Place meat in sauce pan, then put all chopped ingredients cover and put to cook

Cook until vegetables are soft stirring occasionally then add the salt, royco, pepper, stir well and cover and cook for some time until it gives off a good flavor.

Add stock(liquid from boiled bones)/water jus to cover the meat or art the level of the meat. Stir well.

Cover boil then Simmer until cooked and meat is tender

Serve hot with a staple food /or any desired carbohydrate dish.

NB: simmering means cooking at low temperature below 90 degrees centigrade.

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