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How to Cook CHICKEN STEW in Uganda

Chicken STEW is translated to Luganda as ENKOKO YA SUUPU..!

The chicken Stew Recipe

  • Chicken- 8 pieces

  • Tomatoes- 4 big ones

  • Onions- 2 big

  • Cot mill- 1 spring

  • Garlic- 4 cloves

  • Green pepper-1 big

  • Chicken Masala-2teaspoons

  • Royco- 2 teaspoons

  • Stock tube/Chicken tubes- 4 pieces

  • Cooking oil- 2 table spoons and pepper to taste

  • Chicken Gravy- 2teaspoons

Chicken Stew Cooking Method

Use pre-roasted /enkoko enkalirire or not pre-roasted.

Wash and cut vegetables into small pieces

Heat oil, add garlic when it develops a good flavor then add the onions until soft and golden brown.

Add tomatoes and salt, stir well and cook until soft.

Add all the spices, stir well then put in the chicken pieces stir well so that all pieces get mixed with the content in the sauce pan and cover for some time.

Stir occasionally to prevent sticking and burning at the basin of the pan.

Cook until it develops a good flavor,then add stock or water just a little above the chicken, or enough to stir thoroughly well.

Cover and let it boil.

When it boils reduce temperature or reduce to simmering temperatures (slow boiling from rapid boiling).

Cook until cooked/ready and tender.

Serve hot

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