Connect with us
boiled yam

Food

How to Prepare Boiled Yam and Egg Sauce

Boiled yam and egg sauce is a breakfast favourite and is quite easy to prepare. I got talking with a friend and she mentioned cooking yam and egg sauce for Christmas, it’s definitely something to try out this season. You can always switch up the recipe and add whatever you deem fit, but I’ll be sharing the basic yam and egg sauce recipe, LOL.

INGREDIENTS

1/2 tuber of yam

Fresh tomatoes (8-15)

15cl vegetable oil

1 large onion

Fresh peppers

Fresh eggs (2-3)

Salt

Seasoning (curry, thyme)

Knorr (2 cubes}

Fresh green vegetables (pumpkin or moringa leaves)

Potable water (3L)

PROCEDURE

  1. Peel the yam. Cut into small sizes and put into a clean pot. Add enough water to cover all the slices. Add 2 tablespoons of salt and allow to boil for about 30 minutes.
  2. Drain water from the cooked yam and put back on fire. Leave to dry completely.
  3. Dice fresh tomatoes, onion and peppers into a saucepan. Do not add water. Leave to simmer.
  4. Add vegetable oil sufficient to cover up all the ingredients in the pan. Add salt to taste.
  5. Put in two cubes of Knorr, 1 teaspoon of curry powder and one teaspoon of thyme and saute for about 10-15 minutes.
  6. Crack the eggs into a clean bowl and whisk until white and fluffy.
  7. Gently pour the eggs into the mixture, stirring as you pour. Stir at intervals with a ladle.
  8. Pluck pumpkin leaves or Moringa leaves. Wash twice with salt and rinse under running water.
  9. Shred the vegetables and add them to the saucepan. Stir.
  10. Reduce the heat and allow to simmer for 5 minutes.
  11. Serve yam and egg sauce together on a plate.

 

Feature image credit: allnigerianfoods.com

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Amara Adanna Ogbonna

Amara Adanna Ogbonna is a Christian, foodie, and lover of arts. She spends most of her time on Facebook.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Advertisement

Did You Know?

Events

Discover Nigeria

Career

Tourism

To Top