Hello and welcome to The Cooking Wardrobe.
Today in cooking I will show you how to cook a very simple, healthy and flavorsome dish. If you have been following my blog or have visited and read my food posts, you would have noticed by now that Sierra Leoneans eat a lot of leafy vegetables. This is one of those I couldn't be bothered cooking but I have to find something for the kids kind of dishes. In Sierra Leone we normally use smoked dried fish so everything goes in the pot steam for 15 to 20 minutes and voila, dinner is served. This is my Australianized version.
You ready, lets do this! And the ingredients you will need are:
|Wash and shred potato leaves|
|Now add the chopped leaves, cover and let it steam for 5-8 minutes.|
|Now chop and season fish, dust with plain flour and deep fry till golden|
|Now crush the cooked vegetables in a mortar and pestle together with the stock cube, season with a pinch of salt.|
|Spoon steamed potato leaves into a mixing bowl|
|Add crushed vegetables and mix to combine|
|Then stir through palm fruit oil|
|Serve with the rice and fish. Ticks all the boxes for me, simple, healthy, easy to prepare and delicious. Bon appetit!!!|