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Beef Ribs in Hot Tomato Stew

Hello TCW readers!  Happy New Year again, welcome and thanks for your love and support.  Well, well, well, many of you have been sending me messages lately on my lack of food posts and I must say I feel flattered that you guys look forward to trying my recipes. You all keep me dancing happy dances all the time.  Today I am showing this Ghanaian tomato stew using beef ribs.   It is the boys' favorite stew and I  tell you it is so yummy, I bet it will become your favorite too.  

The ingredients I used are:  2kgs beef ribs seasoned with salt and pepper and cooked till tender, 2 habanero chilis, 2 medium sized fresh tomatoes, 6 cloves of garlic, thumb sized fresh ginger, 2 large brown onions, 1 tsp creole seasoning (optional), 2 stock cubes, 4 tbs tomato paste, 1 cup vegetable oil and salt to taste.
 Blend the chilis, ginger, garlic and 1/2 of the onion
also blend the fresh tomatoes
 over high heat, in a large saucepan, heat the oil and brown the ribs
 then add the tomato paste and fry for 2 minutes 
 then add sliced onions and cook for three minutes
 add the blended onion and chili mix and cook for another 3 minutes
 then add the fresh blended tomatoes
 creole seasoning and half a cup of water, cover, lower the heat and cook for 20 minutes, mixing occasionally so it doesn't burn and the liquid has reduced.
It will look like this when ready.
I served it with steamed rice, black eyed beans and fried plantains.  😋😋😋.

Thank you for stopping by and reading.  If you try this recipe, let me know what you think in the comments box below and don't forget to tag #thecookingwardrobe on Instagram so I can re-share your post with my followers too.  Till next time, I will see you at your blog space. xo

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