This filter shows how the okra has still got the green vibrant color.
So you boil a little water (enough to just cover the rest of the ingredients - eyeball it ) Once water has boiled add the onion, okra , chilli and a bit of tomato if you wish.
Add about 1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda, this helps break the okra down and also keep its colour.
Add salt and keep stirring to keep it from spilling out.
Cook for another 5 minutes or so - remove from hear to check if the okra has broken down into slightly smaller pieces.
Serve with sadza/pounded yam etc and eat whilst still hot.
My black kango. The best pot to cook sadza. It’s an enamel cooking pot manufactured by Kango and every Zimbabwean family I know owns at least two. I just wondered if any other African country use these enamel cooking pots as commonly as we do. #kango #blackpot #pots #instapic #sadza #zimbabwean
First attempt - hardo bread/ hard dough bread. I am in love 😍. Can someone tell me if there is a difference between the Jamaican version and the Ghanaian version. Nigeria do you have this as well? Is it the same?#hardobread #harddoughbread #westafrican #jamaican #madebymyhands #bread #pepperandstew #pepperandstewkitchen #recipetesting #instabread #instapic #beauty #beautiful