The Simplest Garden egg sauce recipe

I know I've been away for some time now and I'm sorry. I had to write some exams and also attend to some other important things. But now I'm back!

I must say that I missed you and your comments, and I hope you're doing fine. Lately I've been searching online for some healthy recipes because I've come to discover that true wealth is health. I love good food but I love healthy food more! Infact I feel healthy meals should be good meals.
After a long search I decided to write on a local sauce in Nigeria, should it be called local? Hmmm... I'm not sure. Anyway it's a nice sauce and it's good for weight loss if you are planning to loose those extra pounds. It's our one and only Garden egg sauce, which is one delicious sauce you can to eat almost anything with. I mostly see people eat the sauce with yam, but you can also enjoy it with rice, spaghetti, potato, plantain etc. I like mine with spaghetti.

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Benefits Of Garden Egg

1. Weight-loss :  
Garden egg is rich in Fiber which helps you eat less, hence promoting weight loss

2. Cancer: 
 Garden egg contains polyphenols which have been shown to have anti-cancer effects.

3.  Heart : 
 It contains vitamin B6, vitamin C, potassium,  vitamin B6, and phytonutrient which helps to support heart health.

Now that you know some benefits of garden egg, I hope you'll start to add it to your diet. Let's start cooking!

5 garden egg
1 cup roughly blended tomatoes and pepper
One medium onions
1 teaspoon ground crayfish
Seasoning cube and salt to taste
Dry fish
1 cooking spoon palm oil

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This method of cooking garden egg sauce is the simplest method so far, you don't have to stress yourself by First Steaming the garden eggs then pounding them, that's what I call stress. In these method all you need is your vegetable grater, yhan (in Jeniffer's voice)

1. Grate the garden eggs using a vegetable grater (the one used for okra)

2. Heat oil on medium heat, add the onions and dried fish and fry for a minute. Add the pepper mix and fry for about 2 minutes.

3. Add the grated garden egg, stir well and add seasoning cubes and salt to taste. Cook for one minute before turning off the heat.

Note: you can add other vegetables like carrots if you have. I didn't have any in my kitchen at the time I cooked the sauce.

I'll love to know what you eat your garden egg sauce with. Mine is Spaghetti, what's yours?
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