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Yam porridge is a soft, tasty and rich Nigerian staple food made with white yam, fish, palm oil and vegetables, this savoury yam dish is sometimes refers to as yam pottage, yam goulash or Asaro; it looks firm and tender when cooked.
Yam porridge or asaro is an easy one-pot meal made with yam and healthy ingredients; this is so simple to make such that you can even dump all your ingredients together in one pot and boil the yam until it is cooked.
This Asaro (Yam Porridge) recipe is truly delicious and everyone’s favourite. Hope you have fun preparing and eating it.
- 6 pieces of green/unripe plantain
- Handful/Green of Fresh Shrimps(optional)
- 2 cooking spoon of Palm oil
- ½ oz Crayfish
- 1 Teaspoon Sugar
- 3 or 4 Ugu Vegetable leaves
- 4 pieces of Boiled or Fried Snails
- ½ oz Dry Shrimps
- 3 Fresh tomatoes
- 3 Fresh peppers/ or 1 Teaspoon of Dry chilli powder.
- 1 medium sized Onions
- Slice the plantain into 4 pieces each and rinse thoroughly.
- Add 2 cooking spoon of palm oil in a thick pan.
- Allow heating for 2 minutes and add a few slices of the onion.
- Add 3 cups of water, the green or unripe plantain, crayfish, pepper, shrimps, few slices of onions, tomatoes, a bit of sugar, seasoning and cover to cook.
- Check if plantain is soft, marsh it together with wooden spoon, allow to simmer for 2 minutes.
- Add water if too thick and a few Ugu vegetable, taste the seasoning and pepper.
- If satisfied then serve boiled fried snails, you could fry the snails in a pepper sauce.
- Served with a chilled drink.