How to: make Ghanaian chicken stew

Happy Wednesday all,

I’ve been meaning to share the foods I cook with you for a long time, but I always forget to take pictures when I am cooking. But things have changed, and today I have a food post for you. I will be showing you how to make Ghanaian chicken stew. Enjoy and do keep in  my mind that this was made for a group of 5 people and meant to be eaten at least 3 or 4 times within the week.Ghanaian chicken stewStart by cutting up a whole chicken. You can substitute a whole chicken with chicken breast if you are looking for a healthier choice.Ghanaian chicken stewOnce the chicken is all cut up, I dice some onions and put everything in a pot, add some salt and placed it on the fire to cook.Ghanaian chicken stewAs the chicken cook, I gather my ingredients to blend. I have here: habenero pepper, onion, ginger, tomato sauce (can also use fresh tomatoes), garlic, and maggi cubes or use salt if you cannot find any.
Ghanaian chicken steweverything blended!Ghanaian chicken stewAfter blending everything up, I put some olive oil(or any oil you have) in a pot and turn on the stove.Ghanaian chicken stewGhanaian chicken stewI cut slices of onions and put them in the hot oil and let it simmer for a while.Ghanaian chicken stewAfter letting the onions cook for a bit, I put my blended ingredients in the oil with the onions. I allow it to cook for about 30 minutesGhanaian chicken stew

This is how the chicken looks like after it is cooked. Ghanaian chicken stewthis is optional. I fried the chicken for a little hardness, but it is not a necessary step.Ghanaian chicken stewI added the chicken broth from the chicken I cooked to the pot and let it cook for about 15 minutesGhanaian chicken stewthen I added some spices to the pot. I love love love the smell of rosemary. I let  everything cook for about 45 minutes, then I add the chicken to the stew.Ghanaian chicken stewI let everything sit on the fire for an additional 20 minutes or so, then the chicken stew is ready.Ghanaian chicken stew

serve with rice or a side of your choice.

lets eat.
much love, SAA

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