Spicy Chicken Relish

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Intro: Spicy Chicken Relish

This Chicken relish is a healthier and tasty alternative to the typical tomato based relish or sauces. It is also very easy to prepare and can be ready in less than 20mins-yes 20mins. Lets get started.

Step 1: Ingredients

Here are the ingredients you will need

2 Chicken breast or any meat you have

1 Onion- chopped

1 can of Chopped tomatoes or 5 large tomatoes- cubed

1 tablespoon of Tomato puree

2 Scotch bonnet (habanero)

1 Red Bell Pepper (Tatashe)

1 tablespoon of vegetable oil

I clove of garlic (optional)

Curry

Thyme

2 stock cubes

Salt to taste

Step 2: Prep Ingredients

  1. Chop bell peppers and onions into cubes
  2. Finely chop 2 Habanero peppers
  3. Then using a different chopping board cut the chicken breast into bite sized chunks

Step 3: Put It All Together

  1. Heat up the vegetable oil in a large pan (you need as little oil as possible-just enough to stop the chicken from sticking to the pan).
  2. When the pan gets hot, fry the chicken for 3 minutes or till in turns white.

  3. Then add the peppers, onions and garlic and continue to cook till the chicken is golden brown.

  4. Then add the scotch bonnet, curry, thyme and stock cubes.

  5. Then add the tomato puree and stir fry.

  6. After 1 minute of stirring, add the can of chopped tomatoes and salt to taste, then simmer on medium heat for 10 minutes or till the tomatoes are cooked.

Step 4: Enjoy

And voila all done!!!

Serve as a dip for chips, fries, baked potatoes or on a bed of steamed rice and enjoy :)

Nemi.

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    becker990

    2 years ago

    Thanks for the recipe!! seems easy and delicious :)

    1 reply