Muamba Nsusu - Congolese Chicken Soup
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traditional African soup of chicken and lots of vegetables. Everything cooked with coconut milk, fresh herbs and homemade plantain chips
traditional African soup of chicken and lots of vegetables. Everything cooked with coconut milk, fresh herbs and homemade plantain chips
portions Preparation cooking time
4people 10Minutes 20Minutes
portions Preparation
4people 10Minutes
cooking time
20Minutes
Ingredients
servings: people
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Ingredients
servings: people
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Instructions
Plantain chips
  1. take plantains from the bowl and cut into thin slices. Lightly salt and fry on both sides in hot peanut oil. Drain on paper towels. Put aside.
Preparation
  1. Wash the chicken, pat dry, cut into small pieces (about 2 cm cubes). Peel the onions, garlic and ginger and chop finely. Wash bok choy or other green leafy vegetables and chop coarsely. Wash okra and cut into rings (about 0,5 cm thick). Chilli pepper remove seeds and chop. Handle with gloves and not the face or even hinfassen elsewhere.
Cook
  1. give palm oil in a not too hot pot and lightly fry the chicken cubes. Add the onions and garlic and sauté until translucent.
  2. Pour broth. Ginger and chilli pepper to inside. Also the cans tomatoes inside. Can whole tomatoes in the can, a little small cut before. let everything cook for 5 minutes.
  3. Now add the okra and leafy vegetables into the soup and simmer another 5 minutes. And as I said, who does not like the somewhat slimy okra can simply replace with zucchini cubes. Season with salt.
  4. Coriander chop, handed over the finished soup and serve hot. Either enter the banana chips to or equal to the soup when she's on the plate.
recipe Notes

Tip: From this soup, there are countless variations. You can experiment with the meat back to the fish. try difference light vegetable or give even a good tablespoon of peanut butter to the soup.

is drunk to "Muamba Nsusu" a good whiskey or a cold beer.

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