Minced Meat and Cabbage Stew

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Minced Meat and Cabbage Stew

  Minced meat and cabbage stew is a tomato based stew you'll surely enjoy. It is a sauce that brings back a lot of good memories, because it is one of my mum's favorite.
  It is also quite easy to prepare and goes well with boiled rice, Spaghetti, yams, plantains and the likes.


Ingredients for Minced meat and Cabbage Stew
- 1 small sized Cabbage
- 300 grams boneless beef or Chicken or  Corned beef
- 5 large fresh tomatoes OR 400 grams tomato puree
- 2 tablespoonful thick Tomato paste(optional)
- 1 small scotch bonnet pepper/atarodo(to taste)
- 1 red bell pepper/tatashe(optional)
- 1 onion bulb(chopped)
- 100ml Vegetable oil
- 2 stock cubes/2 tablespoonful seasoning powder
- 1\2 teaspoon garlic powder(optional)
- 1\2 teaspoon Thyme or Oregano
- 1\2 teaspoon Curry powder

Note: in place of the tomatoes and peppers, you can use any tomato based stew as an alternative.



Preparation

A. If you haven't done this yet, mince the beef or chicken or in a grind in a blender.
B. Slice the cabbage to tiny strips, wash thoroughly with running water and strain in a sieve.

1. Heat up a spoonful of the oil in a small pot; add the chopped onions and garlic powder, stir-fry a bit and then add the minced meat.
 Stir-fry the mixture for 2 minutes or until it changes from it original color.

2. Now add a little water, add the sliced cabbage, thyme, curry, 1 stock cube and salt to taste. Mix well and leave to simmer for 3-5 minutes or until the meat is done.
Put of the heat and set aside.


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 3. If you don't have tomato stew, then blend the tomatoes and peppers together;pour into a pot and dry out excess liquid from the tomato puree.
  Heat up the remaining oil in a pot, add the dried out tomato+pepper puree and fry a bit; then dilute the tomato paste with a spoonful of water and add to the pot.
 Mix well and continue frying for about 15 minutes or until the oil rises to the top of the stew. Stir constantly to prevent burning at the bottom.



4. Now, add the meat and cabbage mixture, taste for seasoning and salt, adjust if necessary. Stir well and simmer for 5 more minutes.
Put off the heat, serve and enjoy with boiled rice, fried plantain or any meal you like.


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50 comments:

  1. Just what I needed. I have a lot of leftover cabbage from making salad,I'll surely try it out, thanks Nky and missed you in the sytycc group

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    1. This stew is just a great way to use up those cabbage. Enjoy! :)

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  2. Beautiful..been looking for this recipe...the one I tasted was made with fish and haven't found the recipe since.. thanks!

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    1. You're welcome Debby. Fish can also be used :)

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  3. My yori yori nky, don't kil me with your sweet and palatable mouth watering food

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    1. Lol.. Ngoo babe, happy new year sweetie :)

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  4. oh...this leftover cabbage is going down.. Thanks m'aam.

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    1. Oh yes it is :)
      You're welcome hun :)

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  5. @ nky , i made the cabbage sauce today with smoked fish and spagetti. My hubby was so excited. It tasted great. Tanx a million.

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    1. You know you're always welcome hun, thanks for the lovely feedback :)

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  6. Nice one nky will try the stew but will use it with unripe plantain cus of my diet.nky pls post lowfat food recipe for pple like us

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    1. Nice with plantain. As for now dearie, control the portion of food you take and do some exercises too. I use a dance exercise called zumba.

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  7. Dear Nky. I luv the art of cooking, Not just our local dishes but continental dishes as well. U can imagine my excitement when I stumbled upon your blog.
    I luv ur creativity, and the fact that u are sharing all these for free...
    I just made the banana cake. Awesome. Except I think it was a tad sugary. I think i ought to get a measuring cup or something to get the portions right.
    Good job. Thumbs up.

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    1. Hi Ify, good to have you aboard and thanks for the lovely comment.
      The banana cake measurement is perfect if you make use of a measuring cup, but you can also reduce the sugar in the recipe if you want to.
      Hope to see more of you here :)

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    2. By His grace, definitely.

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  8. ayodele9:39:00 AM

    Please do you have a BlackBerry channel I can join or someway I can get alerts on your new recipes.

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  9. ayodele9:40:00 AM

    Please do you have a channel I can join or is there anyway I can get alerts when you post?

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    1. You can subscribe for free on the top right corner of this page or join our facebook fanpage https://www.facebook.com/NigerianfoodTV or Instagram- @Nigerianfoodtv.

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  10. Anonymous7:56:00 PM

    Wow am sure gonna try this out.Thanks Nky .

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    1. You're welcome . I'll be expecting your feedback :)

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  11. so tempting, am going to make it right away

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  12. Hi,
    I tried this today but also added mixed veggies and finely diced sausage.

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  13. I also added mixed veggies and finely diced sausages. Very delicious

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  14. This looks so appetizing. I will try this as I desire to eat more vegetables

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  15. My tastebuds are moving....should try this

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  16. Anonymous11:35:00 AM

    You is just amazing! My food love rekindled

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  17. Wow.I tried it last night and it came out well .love it with rice you're a indeed a blessing

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    1. Thanks for the feedback dearie :)

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  18. monisola6:53:00 PM

    I definitely would try this.....but I must really say thank you......you are ablessing

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  19. Hello ma, I just stumbled on your blog yesterday & am so so glad I did because i've learnt so much already....gonna spoil my hubby 2 be with so much yummy delicacies. Thank u so much ma, & may God continue 2 bless the works of your hands...You're indeed blessed

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    1. Thanks hun, your future hubby is surely a lucky man :)

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    2. I tried this recipe, and guess what it works like magic and it tastes just delicious, my Huby can't stop eating, thank you nky . with this blog am the Queen of the house.

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  20. Aguh judith2:23:00 PM

    I just tried this recipe, and guess what, it is amazing, it tastes just delicious, thank you nky. All your recipes works like magic and my Huby can't stop eating, with this blog am the Queen of the house.

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  21. I just tried this recipe, and guess what, it was amazing, and it tastes just delicious, thank you nky. All your recipes works like magic and my Huby can't stop eating, with this blog,am the Queen of the house.

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    1. I'm glad to be of help dear Judith.
      You sure made my day with your comment :)

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    2. Pls dear Nky, I want to know how to make IceCream powder for example The Icecream powder used in making IceCream in Fastfood

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    3. Hi Jennifer, here is a website that might help you https://www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-manufacture-soft-serve-powder/

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  22. Yummy yummy looking! Will sure try it out soon! Weldon ma! God bless u.

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    1. Thanks Erica, bless u too hun.

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