Nigerian Kale Stew (Vegan)

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Difficulty

Easy 👌
10
min.
Preparation
0
min.
Baking
0
min.
Resting

Ingredients

Servings:-2+
Jar of Obe-Ata available online at wwwtoyinskitchen
5 tbsp olive oil
medium red onion
cloves of minced garlic
70 g kale
1 tsp curry powder
seasoning cube ( maggi)
bay leaf

Utensils

  • frying pan
  • cooking spoon
  • Step 1/11

    • frying pan
    • cooking spoon

    Fry onions in pan on medium heat for 2 minutes

  • Step 2/11

    Add 2 teaspoons of water to further soften the onions and release more of red onion taste

  • Step 3/11

    Give your jar of Obe-Ata a good shake as it does not contain thickening agents or emulsifiers. Obe-Ata is a totally 100% natural cooking sauce and does not contain any hidden salt, sugar and emulsifiers so always shake your jar before use.

  • Step 4/11

    Gently pour in your Obe-Ata from Toyin's Kitchen.

  • Step 5/11

    Fill quarter of the jar with water and pour into the Stew as Obe-Ata from Toyin's Kitchen does not contain any stabilizers or thickening agents.

  • Step 6/11

    Add the seasoning of your choice and to your taste. Obe-Ata from Toyin's Kitchen does not contain any salt, sugar or seasoning. Obe-Ata is a natural tasting base sauce that allows you the Cook to add flavours to suit your palate. Here I added maggi cube and a bay leaf and a teaspoon of curry powder.

  • Step 7/11

    Add bay leaf and curry powder and mix well

  • Step 8/11

    Rinse, blanch and drain excess water from Kale and add to stew.

  • Step 9/11

    • bay leaf

    Allow to simmer for 2 minutes on a low heat and your Nigerian Kale Stew is ready!

  • Step 10/11

    Serve with fried plantain and rice and Enjoy!

  • Step 11/11

    Thank you for watching this step by step guide on how to cook Nigerian Kale Stew using Obe-Ata from Toyin's kitchen. If you would like to order Obe-Ata please visit my website shop on www.toyinskitchen.co.uk.

    Thank you for watching this step by step guide on how to cook Nigerian Kale Stew using Obe-Ata from Toyin's kitchen. If you would like to order Obe-Ata please visit my website shop on www.toyinskitchen.co.uk.

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