Homemade Fish Spaghetti
Homemade Fish Spaghetti
1 pound Raw spaghetti (16 oz., 454 grams)
3 fillets salmon
5 large fresh tomato
3 small habanero pepper – optional
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon beef stock
1 teaspoon ginger
1 teaspoon garlic
1 cup dice red onion
1 teaspoon curry
salt to taste
- Soak spaghetti in hot water for 10 minutes, drain and set aside
- Blend tomato and habanero pepper in a blender and set aside
- place a saucepan on medium heat and pour in olive oil
- Pour diced onion to the hot oil and stir for 3 minutes
- Stir in ginger and garlic for 3 additional minutes
- Then add salmon, cover and cook for 7 minutes, take salmon out, shred, and set aside
- add blended tomato to the saucepan, cover, and cook for 15 minutes or until slightly dry.
- Next, spice it up with beef stock, curry, and salt to taste and cook for another 5 minutes
- Place the shredded salmon, stir thoroughly until the salmon and other ingredients are evenly distributed. Cook for 10 minutes, stirring frequently to prevent from burning.
- Allow to cool, serve and enjoy!
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The Best African Red Stew
2 lbs fresh whole tomatoes
3 medium habanero pepper
1 lbs Spicy boiled meat (beef)
1 tbsp beef stock
1 cup diced red onion
1 tsp curry
1 tbsp minced ginger
3 tbsp olive oil
- Place the tomatoes and habanero peppers in a blender and blend until smooth and set aside.
- Pour olive oil in a hot saucepan, add diced onion and fry until brown,and then add ginger and stir for one minute.
- Pour in the blended tomatoes, stir, cover and cook for 15 minutes.
- Add curry and meat, cover and cook for another 15 minutes.
- Let the stew cool, serve on a bed of rice, potatoes or yam, over cauliflower rice, with fufu, or with bread if you’re not on keto diet.
Tomato stew is keto compliant depending on what you eat it with. You can eat it with cauliflower rice, on a bed of fresh grated cabbage, or any green leafy veggie if you are on keto diet.
Deep Fried Coconut Snail
If you love seafood, chances are that you have eaten snail. Snail is not one of those things that you commonly find in stores, especially in the United states, but if you live in the continent of Africa or from one of the Asian countries, you should be familiar with snail. There are different types of snails, this particular type is very common in west Africa. This type can be crunchy or tough depending on how you make it. The one I am about to show you was made with coconut oil, and yes snail is keto complaint.
- snails (I used about 5 pieces here)
- 2 tbsp. coconut oil
- Ginger (minced)
- Garlic (minced)
- 1 cup chopped onion
- 1 tbsp. chopped pepper
- Break and wash snail thoroughly (super slimy) I used lime to wash mine, but you can also use vinegar.
- Pour the coconut oil in a hot saucepan
- Add salt and onion and stir for about 1 minute
- Add ginger and garlic to the onion and cook for another 1 minute
- Add the snail, cover the pan and cook for about 5 minutes or until tender or dried depending on how you want the texture
- Serve and garnish with fresh pepper and onion. Enjoy!