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Gizzard Stew Recipe

Gizzard Stew Recipe

Gizzard Stew Recipe is a simple stew anyone can make, it is so easy and tasty! The process is simple, I used four type of red bell peppers (tatashe) but you can choose to use just two colors, also I used four habaneros but they were small in sizes and the stew is not spicy so if you want some spicy you might want to add more(depending on the type you source in your place). The habaneros I source here are not as spicy as the ones in Nigeria.

I have some stew recipes posted before if you want to check them out.

Spicy Fried Stew

Fried Fish Palm Oil Stew

Ewa Agonyin Stew (Mashed Beans Stew)

Nigerian Turkey Stew

Nigerian chicken Stew

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Gizzard stew Recipe
  • 4 Habanero/Rodo
  • 1 Red bell pepper
  • 1 Green bell pepper
  • 1 Yellow bell pepper
  • 1 Gold bell pepper
  • 1 Onion
  • 1 Pound Gizzard (cooked, and baked)
  • 3 Tablespoons Oil
  • Knorr bullion powder/cube
  • 1 Teaspoon Thyme
  • 1 Teaspoon Curry
  • Salt to taste
  1. Clean the gizzard and boil (with knorr, salt, and any seasoning of your choice) until soft. You can make the stew with the boiled gizzards like that or bake/fry, I baked them. Set aside.

  2. Rinse the peppers and deseed, clean the onion.

    Gizzard Stew Recipe
  3. Roughly blend.

    Gizzard stew Recipe
  4. Place saucepan/pot over medium-high heat and add the blended peppers mixture. Boil until the liquid dries up.

  5. Add the seasoning (I used thyme), knorr, and salt. Mix to combine.

    Gizzard stew Recipe
  6. Add gizzards and mix thoroughly. 

  7. Add the oil and stir.

  8. Cook for a few minutes and check the seasonings. Voila, the gizzard stew is ready.

    Gizzard stew Recipe
  9. Serve and enjoy or serve with your favorite side dish.

    Gizzard Stew Recipe

4 thoughts on “Gizzard Stew Recipe

  1. I made it. Tastes good. I will need to add more salt. I tried garlic salt and it’s really good.

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