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Warning: Frying Stew is Bad for your Health See another Way to Prepare your Stew!

Stew is mostly prepared fried and everyone is now used to this method of preparation. But the bitter truth is that frying of stew is actually dangerous because it increases the cholesterol levels of the body.

Fried foods are often high in calories, fat and salt and excess of these elements can lead to diabetes and heart problems. The oil in fried stew can have a lot of negative effects on your body.

In this article, I will be showing you a safer way to prepare your stew. Below are the ingredients we need:

1. Fresh tomatoes

2. Onion

3. Fresh pepper

4. Shombo

5. Fish, chicken or any meat you like

6. Seasoning

7. Garlic and Ginger

8. Vegetable oil

Nb: Do not use tomato paste.

How to Prepare

1. Wash your tomatoes, pepper, onions, ginger, garlic and blend into a paste. D not add too much water when blending.

2. Wash your chicken, add seasoning and cook it.

3. Slice your remaining onion, garlic and ginger.

4. Wash your vegetables thoroughly and cut them into small pieces.

5. Get a clean pot, put it on fire and pour your blended ingredients in it and let it cook for 3 minutes.

6. Add the onion, garlic and ginger you sliced, pour it in the pot and let it boil for another 7 minutes including the cooked chicken.

7. Pour vegetable oil and let it cool for some minutes to bring out the flavour of the chicken or meat. From this point, you start to perceive the aroma.

8. When the stew is no longer foaming, add salt and seasoning cubes.

9. When you start to see the oil at the top, it means the stew is getting thicker and it is ready. Open it and smear your vegetables. Don't cover it after. Leave it to cook for about 5 minutes.

10. Enjoy your stew. This is the safest way to prepare your stew at home.

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