1kg Beef

6 Medium Tomatoes

6 Red Bell Peppers

4 Chilli Peppers

3 Scotch Bonnet Peppers

Vegetable Oil

3 Onions


Curry Powder


Curry Powder

Bouillon Cubes


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    1. Don't u use tin tomatoes in dis recipe

    2. I don't have standing gas to use oven.n I use d local method WT frying pan,n it affects me n everyone at home cos of d harshness dat comes from d roasting of d pepper on can one dry under d sun like using sun dried chombo n tatashe

    3. Just perfect πŸ’―


    5. Looks bomb for real. What cut of beef is sheen (spelling?) cos my butcher was confused when I said that.

    6. Did you put tomato paste?

    7. Oil police indeed 😁
      It's look delicious already

    8. Hello. Can someone help me. Whenever I make stew it comes out dark brown. Am I not using enough oil ? Is it my pot? Thank you

    9. I absolutely love your accent β™₯️ and thank you for sharing your beautiful recipes, love you, Yah bless youπŸ’—

    10. Do you season before you begin frying the stew? So basically at the beginning?

    11. I use your recipe back to back. You are the finnest of allπŸ™ŒπŸ»πŸ™ŒπŸ» No CapπŸ™ŒπŸ»

    12. I AM arriving to Nigeria very SOON

    13. It's so red

    14. Just finished cooking this stew. I had never roasted the vegetables before. It made a big difference in the flavor!

    15. Excellent video and delicious looking stew. Well done

    16. More like Yoruba beef stew, Ibos don't do the floating oil and the Hausas…well those ones are just different.

    17. Thank you…definitely trying this out…

    18. Very nice thank you am going to try it.

    19. SisI can you do one with a Ninja I haven’t got a cooker looks great try your best Please Ninja Multi cooker

    20. Sister you can cook, period. πŸ‘πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ˜Ž

    21. Looks delicious but I think I'd be more inclined to use chicken instead of beef, I assume that would work fine too

    22. Sis please where do you get your meat? It looks so clean and fresh

    23. your cooking talent is above anyone s else, coupled with your soothing voice ,I'm obliged to say im in LOVE , 🀣so find time to visit me in manchester ,England.

    24. This looks so amazing! Definitely trying this week!

    25. Great video, what cut is the meat please, I really like it

    26. The whole cooking process is just mwaaaπŸ˜‹

    27. Sisi J your food transports me to the most beautiful places. That stew just needs some nice jasmine rice. πŸ˜‹

    28. Where can I get the splatter guard

    29. Did you blend the garlic with the skin?

    30. BIG sis, πŸ’ƒπŸΎπŸ’ƒπŸΎπŸ’ƒπŸΎ

    31. Looking good. Can’t wait to try this

    32. Amazing! And you didn't have to use canned tomato paste to get it to look like this. My mouth is watering…

    33. Wow now I know why my Nigerian stee taste good but not the traditional way like my mum does, and its the lack of oil.

    34. Yummy πŸ˜‹

    35. please what is the name of the splatter guard you use?
      Is it sold on Amazon?

    36. pls make a recipe for chicken feet hot and spice it's really nice

    37. I'm one of your biggest fan, and I love your style, methods and all manner of your approaches to cooking. I was married for over 20 years, wifey passed away in 2019, and so, I do a lot of cooking, these days myself now that I'm single, using all your recipes. It's been a GREAT PLEASURE finding you on YouTube.

    38. Woow soo yummy I will try it

    39. That meat lived in Lekki

    40. I love the way you do the stew, can you please tell me how to select peppers so that it wont taste sour

    41. Thanks so much for your well detailed recipes as usual. My cooking skills has greatly improved thanks to your delicious recipes.

    42. I made this for my husband tonight and he thoroughly enjoyed it. Thank you 😊

    43. So lovely am going to do this

    44. You cooking is so inspiring!!! I’ve made loads of your recipes and still making

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