Recipe: Appetizing Yam pottage
Yam pottage. Yam pottage/Yam porridge (Asaro) is a very delicious Yam recipe though it's eaten by most tribes in You can watch the video on how to make the Nigerian Yam pottage/Yam Porridge (Asaro) Recipe. This is my new way to make Yam Porridge / Yam Pottage also known as Asaro. If you are not subscribed join the family by clicking.
Pottage (/ˈpɒtɪdʒ/ POT-ij) is a term for a thick soup or stew made by boiling vegetables, grains, and, if available, meat or fish. It was a staple food for many centuries. The word pottage comes from the same Old French root as potage, which is a dish of more recent origin. You can have Yam pottage using 9 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Yam pottage
- It's 1 of small tuber of yam.
- It's of fresh vegetables (ugwu).
- It's of fresh lobster.
- You need of fresh pepper.
- You need of fresh tomatoes.
- Prepare 1 of big ball of onion.
- Prepare of seasonings.
- Prepare of salt.
- You need of red oil to your taste.
I garnished with fresh Spinach for the sake of preserving nutrients, although the vegetables are traditionally cooked with the dish. How to cook Nigerian Asaro (Yam Porridge / pottage). These useful spices can be used to cook so many different meals! Yam porridge is a quick savory meal that everyone can enjoy.
Yam pottage step by step
- Cut yam into small sizes, peel and wash into a clean bowl.
- Set your pot on heat and add oil.
- Add already sliced onion,tomatoe and pepper and fry..
- Add seasonings and salt to taste and allow to boil for 5 minutes..
- Add yam, stir and add water to cover the yam and allow to boil for 15 minutes for water to dry and yam to get soft..
- Then add lobster and vegetables and stir, then allow to boil for 10minutes..
- Add seasonings to taste and now your yam pottage is ready to be served..
The use of yam, spices, some herbs and meat makes it somewhat like a feast. Yam pottage/Yam porridge locally known as[ Asaro] in Yoruba part of Nigerian is a delicious meal usually made with yam and palm oil. Yam pottage is soft and it tastes so good with the combination. This is "yam pottage" by yemisi ogbe on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them. Beans and yam pottage is a classic Nigerian dish that has been passed down for generations.