Fried Yam, Dodo, Omelet and Fish Stew. Fried Yam (Dundun) popularly sold with fried plantain (dodo) and fried stew (ata dindin) in markets or on streets. It can be prepared right in the comfort of your home. What you need: * Puna yam * Sunflower oil * Sea salt.
Nigerian Fried Fish Stew: Preparing the almighty Nigerian red stew with fish so that the fish does not scatter. The major challenge when preparing Nigerian Fish Stew is that the fish scatters in the stew. In this recipe, I will show how to prepare this stew and the fish will still be intact. frying yam in hot oil. salted fried yam served with chopped sausages and tomato stew. You can have Fried Yam, Dodo, Omelet and Fish Stew using 7 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Fried Yam, Dodo, Omelet and Fish Stew
- You need 1 of quarter tuber yam.
- You need 3 of fingers Plantain.
- You need 3 of eggs.
- It’s of Fish stew.
- It’s of Onion.
- Prepare to taste of Salt.
- It’s of G.oil.
This meal is among my very easy to cook and fast foods. It is yummy and just has a way of making one keep asking for more. Enjoy with a tall glass of ice cold water! How to make Fried yam (Dundun) and fried stew.
Fried Yam, Dodo, Omelet and Fish Stew step by step
- Peel, cut and wash yam. Salt it, set aside..
- Peel and cut plantain. Set aside.
- In a deep pan, put in oil and allow heat up. Pour in yam, let fry till tender and dry. Pack out and put in a strainer..
- In same oil, put in Plantain and fry till golden..
- Crack eggs, cut onion into it and add salt. Whisk very well and fry in shallow pan..
- Plate all and serve with fish stew..
Dundun is a very popular Nigerian street food, usually sold and eaten with fried plantain. Fried Yam (Dundun) is just as the name depicts, Fried Yam, while Ata dindin is the Yoruba language interpretation of Fried Stew. Nigerian Fried Yam and Stew – Aliyah's Recipes and Tips. Fried yam is very popular street food in Nigeria, it is usually sold with Akara some sells with beans and stew. Fried yam is one of my favorite street foods.