Simple ingredients used ,fit for a KING
Try it and tell me all about it!
1 large cabbage
Bell Peppers (Green, red, orange and yellow)
Scotch bonnet (habanero)
Tomato paste (1 small can)
Beef (cut into chunks)
1. Slice onions (2 large red onions)
2.Slice bell peppers (1 orange, 1 yellow and 2 green)
3. Blend bell peppers (2 large red bell peppers)
4. Blend 1 medium onion, 1 scotch bonnet, garlic, ginger ,rosemary thyme and anise seeds together) this will be for seasoning the beef. (if you do not like ginger and garlic you can omit it. You can also eyeball it to your preference, I did that with the rosemary and anise seeds too)
5 Slice tomatoes, I used about 6 medium tomatoes. (I took out the seeds)
6. Slice or shred cabbage
7. Blend 1 medium onion and 2 scotch bonnet together.( this is spicy, so reduce it to your preference)
In a pot, and your beef chunks and blended mixture together. Add a little water. Add salt, curry powder and seasoning powder. (Always be mindful of the salt). Allow it to cook until beef is tender, then you separate the beef from the stock.
In another sauce pan, on medium heat add vegetable oil. After about a minute, add half of the sliced onions. Onions releases a lot of flavor so cook it for a while, don’t burn it please.
Then when it looks cooked enough, add your onion and scotch bonnet blend. Also cook this until all the moisture comes out and it looks a bit dry.
Then you add the tomato paste and mix together
After about 3 mins, add the sliced tomatoes. Cook until it becomes soft
Then add the blended red bell peppers. (this helps to take away the tartness of the tomatoes -both)
Add bay leaf, curry powder and nutmeg (your choice of seasoning. I used Knorr chicken)
Add stock from the beef
Cook for a few minutes and add corned beef (be mindful of salt at this point)
FYI —fry your beef until it browns up, please do not burn it)
Add shredded cabbage, mix into the stew and then add all the sliced bell peppers
Add fried beef and the rest of the sliced onions.
At this point, cabbage stew is done. Taste for salt , add some if you have to.
Turn off the heat to keep all the crunchiness of the vegetables intact.
FYI—This stew was for a large family, you can divide everything in half if it will be too much for you
I hope you have fun making it!!
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