Latest Africanss News/October 13, 2018/@xtraconfl/159 views Four quick sauces you can make in a hurryshare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel Vegetable When it comes to making quick sauces, I have some in my arsenal that I use when I’m in a hurry. Some days you just don’t have the time, other days you’re too tired to cook, but if you have some quick sauces you can whip up when you need to, then you will never be stuck for what to eat. Most of the ingredients for these sauces can be found in your fridge, or you can shop for them on your way home – the key is improvisation. Beef Stir Fry Vegetable INGREDIENTS Beef Stir-fry½ Cup Vegetable Oil6 Scotch Bonnet1 Large Onion2 Large Bell PeppersUgu (Fluted Pumpkin) Vegetable1 tablespoon Curry1 tablespoon ThymeSalt to tasteSeasoning according to preference PREPARATION Add vegetable oil to a non-stick pan and allow to heat up. Next add stir-fry beef (make sure it is drained of all liquid, pat dry with a kitchen tissue), stir-fry for about 3 minutes. Add curry, thyme, salt and seasoning cube according to your taste Next. add some chopped onions, stir fry till onions is translucent Blend or pound Scotch Bonnet and Bell Pepper together (make sure it is drained of water if you used any), stir-fry till the oil starts to separate from the sauce. ALSO READ Soft Drinks Must Carry Expiry Dates From Jan 2019 – Reps Wash and drain Ugu vegetable then add to the sauce and stir for a few seconds. Take it off the heat. Smoked Mackerel sauce INGREDIENTS 1 big Smoked Mackerel Fish10 plum Tomatoes, blended4 Scotch Bonnets, blended2 Green Chilli’s1 Green Bell Pepper1 Large Onion, chopped1 teaspoon Ginger, choppedSalt to taste1 teaspoon ThymeSeasoning cube according to preference3 tablespoons Ground crayfish1/2 cup Vegetable Oil PREPARATION • Add vegetable oil to a pot till it is hot, add chopped onions, chopped ginger and chopped bell pepper. Sauté. • Roughly blend tomato, pepper and onion. Add this to the pot and allow to fry till the oil begins to separate. • Debone and break the mackerel fish into chunks, then add this to the pot. Add chopped green chilli too. • Add salt, thyme and season according to taste. Cover the pot and allow to cook till the oil starts floating at the top. This should take about 10 minutes. Remember to stir occasionally to avoid burning. • Now add ground crayfish and allow to simmer. ALSO READ Dokubo: I’ll make sure Niger-Delta vote for Buhari in 2019 Garden Egg Sauce INGREDIENTS 6 Garden Eggs1 Large Onion4 Scotch Bonnets10 Tomatoes1 Mackerel fish (smoked or boiled)½ Cup Palm oil3 Tablespoons CrayfishHandful of smoked dried prawnsSalt to tasteSeason according to preference PREPARATION • Boil garden eggs for 5 minutes, pour cold water over it, this helps to peel off the skin easily. Chop the garden eggs or mash them. • Blend pepper, tomatoes and onions very roughly and set aside. • In a pan, heat up palm oil, when the oil is hot, add onions and ground crayfish and large dried prawns-this adds flavour. • When the onion is fried, add tomato, pepper, onion mixture and stir. Allow to cook till it’s almost done-till the oil begins to separate • Debone mackerel fish whether smoked or boiled and add to stew, then add the garden eggs. • If you find that your sauce is a bit dry you can add water or stock if you have. Allow to simmer and it’s ready. Chicken Gravy INGREDIENTS ¼ Cup Baking Flour2 Large Green Bell Peppers3 Scotch Bonnet, chopped3 Carrots, chopped1 Medium Onion1 teaspoon Ginger, chopped1 teaspoon Garlic, chopped7 Chicken pieces2 Cups Chicken broth2 tablespoons Curry2 tablespoons Thyme2 Cups Water2 tablespoons vegetable oilSalt to tasteSeason according to preference ALSO READ Ekiti Election: Court begins hearing in Oni’s suit challenging Fayemi’s eligibility PREPARATION Add chicken pieces to a pot and season chicken with salt, thyme, curry, garlic, ginger and water. Allow to cook till almost done. Make sure it does not dry up so that the broth can be used to make the gravy –the better the taste and richness of this sauce, the better the gravy. Once this is ready, set aside. In a pan, add a dash of vegetable oil and allow to heat up. Add Onion, ginger, garlic, scotch bonnet, green bell pepper to the pan and stir-fry for a minute. Add chopped carrots and allow fry for a minute. In a small bowl, add flour and a bit of water, then mix together to form a thick paste. Transfer stir-fried vegetables to the pot with the chicken; next add the flour mixture to thicken the sauce. Once desired thickness is achieved, combine properly and allow to cook for a few minutes. 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