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Tomato sauce mixed with eggs an vegetables or just mixed with plain red peppers with tomatoes tastes great and delicious.
In the past couple of days, we have discussed various vegetable recipes that can go along rice, yam and many other foods. This particular one discussed today is best for yam and was inspired by a blog reader who left me a mail.
The end result will leave you begging for more and your friends will find it hard to resist this wonderful meal.
This is no doubt the best vegetable sauce for yam, like it beats the taste of other top recipes for yam. I made this very specially and I am going to tell you all about it here.
There are numerous ways to make tomato sauce; I will be sharing another recipe later on this blog entirely for friend yam. Most families in Lagos, Nigeria consume friend yam, potatoes, eggs, plantain alongside red tomato sauce.
How To Make Vegetable Sauce For Yam
Ingredients for Yam Sauce with Vegetables| Preparation time is 15-20 minutes
Yam and vegetable recipes can be used to prepare dinner and breakfast. Pictured below is an easy red tomato sauce which you can eat with white cooked yam:
That is another yummy-looking yam recipe, the difference between that and this one is the vegetable sauce. I’m a big lover of vegetables because of their medicinal attributes.
How will I cook yam with vegetable?
Below is how to make vegetable sauce with ugu for yam but first! We have to examine the vegetable sauce ingredients and the quantity required for each.
- Sliced tomatoes (4 cups)
- Fresh Peppers (Any variety you desire)
- 2 knorr or Maggi cubes
- Sliced ugu/fluted pumpkin (5 cups)
- Ground crayfish (3 tablespoons)
- Salt to taste
- 10cl of Vegetable oil
Note: This recipe’s preparation time lasts between 15-25 minutes and the quantity of ingredients listed above is meant to make a stew that will feed about five to seven persons. So, feel free to increase or decrease the items quantity if you’d be feeding more or less.
How To Make Vegetable Sauce For Yam
- First, begin by preparing your ingredients. Wash each and slice the peppers, leaves, tomatoes, and onions. Look carefully at the image below and you would discover a combination of sliced fresh onions/pepper/ and tomato in a plate and sliced fluted pumpkin in another plate. I made use of part of this while making the nice smelling yam sauce. You will enjoy it better if deep fry your fish after removing its center bone.
- Gently place your cooking pot on the burner, wait for the heat to dry the inside then pour in about 15cl of vegetable oil (Depending on how much oil you like to consume, this would do just fine; enough for frying the fish and to complete the rest of the cooking process.
- Heat the oil for a time minimum of one minute. Then fry the fish for another three to five minutes. Remember to turn frequently to prevent the fish from burning. Once satisfied, take out the fish and set aside.
- Pick up the plate containing the sliced tomatoes/peppers/onions and spread them inside the pot containing the oil and fry also for 5-10 minutes while stirring occasionally to avoid burning. Continue frying the tomatoes/peppers until it loses its sour taste due to the heat it is exposed to.
Now, we are almost done with how to make vegetable sauce for yam.
- Once satisfied with the tomato/pepper’s taste, add a cube of maggi or knorr. Does it taste great or you are satisfied?
- Add the ground crayfish and salt to taste. Taste it, Stir and add the vegetables after a minute or two.
- Give it time to simmer for another three to 3-4 minutes.
- Serve it with cooked white or fried white yam.
Congrats! You now know how to make vegetable sauce for yam, beans, rice and other healthy Nigerian foods. Ensure you share this post on social media!