This Africans Ghanaian Stew
Spicy ghanaian chicken stew used to eat rice, potatoes, yams, and many more.
Cook Time Passive Time
2hrs 1.5hrs
Cook Time Passive Time
2hrs 1.5hrs
cooking poultry
  1. Wash your turkey really well with cold water. Place in a medium size sauce pan and cover with water. Place pan on stove at high heat. Add all of the poultry seasonings. Cover and cook for 25-30 min. Stir after 15 min.
  2. To Make Sauce, Place a large deep saute pan on the stove and turn to medium heat, place oil in pan to heat, add diced onions, be careful as it will splatter. Cook for about 2-3 min, making sure not to burn. Add pepper, curry, and old bay, cook for 1-2 min.
  3. Next add all the tomatoes, cook for 5 min. Add remaining seasonings, except for sugar, ginger, and hot sauce. Stir and cover turn heat to medium to low heat, cook sauce for 15 min.
  4. Next Add sugar, ginger, and hot sauce, stir well and cook for an additional 45 min.
  5. While sauce is cooking prepare your meat by preheating oven to 450 degrees. Line a large cookie sheet with parchment paper, pour out all poultry juices, and place all pieces of the turkey on cookie sheet. Bake for 30 min, just to brown and crisp skin a bit. You may need less time as ovens vary.
  6. Once sauce has cooked for 45 min, add the mixed vegetables, and turkey, stir well, make sure not to burn sauce, turn heat down to low, let simmer, and cook an additional 30 min. Once sauce is done, turn off heat. You can enjoy with cooked spaghetti, rice, boiled potatoes or Zoodles(whole 30). You can substitute any meat, or chicken, for the turkey. Bon Appetite
  7. Sorry, I have misplaced some of the pics for the steps, will reshoot.