This Recipe Would Teach You The Easiest Way To Prepare Delicious Buka Stew


One can never have too many great recipes of the same food and we know this. Buka stew is one delicacy that no one should miss out on. It can be enjoyed with Rice, bread, yam and any type of solid.

Buka stew is believed to have come from the Yoruba people but almost every tribe now prepares this sumptuous delicacy.

Below is an easy tutorial on how to prepare.

INGREDIENTS

 

  • 5 Big Tomatoes
  • 3 Ata Rodo
  • 3 Tatashe
  • 2 Onion
  • 1/2 Cup Palm Oil
  • 2 Tbs Iru
  • 1Maggi Stock Cube
  • Shaki
  • Pomo
  • Beef
  • 1 Cup Beef Stock

PREPARATION

1. Blend tomatoes, pepper and onion. Sometimes I blend mine roughly, other times smooth.

2. Heat a pot of palm oil and bleach for about 10-15 minutes. You can add a small bulb of onion when bleaching and discard it after bleaching.

You will know it’s bleached when the colour of the palm oil goes from red to almost transparent, and the aroma changes to “buka aroma”.

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3. After bleaching, allow the oil to cool a bit then remove a small portion of the oil for use later.


4. Heat up the oil again and add chopped onions and iru(optional), maggi cube.

5. Allow it fry for about 3 minutes, then add your blended tomatoes.

6. Allow to cook for about 15 minutes without covering the pot. Don’t forget to stir often so that it doesn’t burn.

7.You can either fry your meat with the bleach oil before using for the stew or grill them.

8. Add assorted meats, add beef stock, no need to add salt to the stew because Maggi is enough seasoning plus the beef stock should already contain enough seasoning.

9. When the oil floats to the top of the stew, you know it’s as good as ready.

10. Now add the oil that was previously bleached and kept away for later use.

After adding allow to cook for another 10 minutes.

This video would help you.





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