Its a signature dish I put together. the ingredients are there because each of them play a great role in supporting brain and eye development in children which inadvertently improves learning and retention in the classroom. yes! (smiles).
Sweet potatoes are very rich in vitamin A, antioxidants, potassium, vitamin C and E. All these support eye health, prevent degenerative damage among other interesting benefits. I will blog on the ingredients another day. For ow, lets focus on the dish.
The smoked chicken gives it a classic taste that is unbeatable. this dish has helped many children pick up weight gain and better appetite and i am now happy to share the recipe.
|Heres how it looks just before you add the potatoes in different textures!|
* Cooked liver, diced
* Smoked chicken, sorted
* Sweet potatoes (boiled)
* Seasoning (bay leaves add a rich flavor)
* Blended pepper and tomato paste (boiled)
* Green pepper
* Green beans
* Peas-boiled not canned
* Fry some onions, garlic, ginger and sweet peppers in some butter or oil,
* Add the ground pepper or diced tomatoes and some seasoning(remember your bay leaves)
* Pour in the carrots, Green beans, peas and already cooked liver and smoked chicken
* Add the already cooked sweet potato in mini chunks and allow it to soak up the flavor of the stew by Allowing to simmer for about 10 minutes