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So Tasty Tuwon Shinkafa (Mashed Rice) and Groundnut Soup (Miyan Gyada) Nigerian Cuisine

So Yummy Tuwon Shinkafa (Mashed Rice) and Groundnut Soup (Miyan Gyada) surely is our favorite nigerian food. Its easy to make Tuwon Shinkafa (Mashed Rice) and Groundnut Soup (Miyan Gyada).

Tuwon Shinkafa (Mashed Rice) and Groundnut Soup (Miyan Gyada)

So Yummy Tuwon Shinkafa (Mashed Rice) and Groundnut Soup (Miyan Gyada) Nigerian Dish

You can simply cook Tuwon Shinkafa (Mashed Rice) and Groundnut Soup (Miyan Gyada) by following 15 ingredients and just 9 steps. Here is cooking guidance how you can easily make it.


1 Approximately of Tuwo.
2 Take of Rice.
3 About of Water.
4 Take of Groundnut Soup.
5 About 1 Cup of Blanched Vegetable.
6 About 3/4 Cup of Palm Oil.
7 It’s 2 Tablespoons of Ginger and Garlic Paste.
8 Prepare 1 1/8 Cups of Boiled Pepper and Pumpkin mix.
9 Take Cube of Seasoning.
10 It’s to taste of Salt.
11 It’s 1 Cup of Roasted Groundnut (Blended).
12 You need 1 Tablespoon of Locust Beans (Daddawa/Iru).
13 It’s of Fried Beef as desired.
14 Approximately 1 1/2 Cup of Beef Stock.
15 You need 1 of medium Onion Bulb.

Cooking Guidances

Step 1 For the tuwo/mashed rice: Place a pot of water on medium flame and bring to a boil. Wash the rice thoroughly making sure it's free from dirts. Add to the pot of boiling water and cook until soft and tender for easy mashing..
Step 2 The quantity of water needed depends on the quantity of rice and the nature of the rice (specie). it is recommended to use the one specifically for tuwo known as Shinkafar Tuwo in the Northern part of Nigeria.
Step 3 Once the rice is tender. Allow the water to completely dry up before you mash using a wooden turn stick or spatula. Mould into desi
red shape and serve..
Step 4 For the Groundout Soup: Heat up a pot on medium flame, add palm oil. Allow for about 2 minutes, add diced onion and fry for about 3 minutes..
Step 5 Add the peppers/ pumpkin mix and fry until the oil appears at the top of the sauce. Make a slurry of the locusts beans in water if you are using the paste and add. If using the powdered one, you can add directly..
Step 6 Add the beef stock, ginger/garlic paste, seasoning cube and salt to taste..
Step 7 Cover and bring to a boil. Add the blended groundnut, stir and allow to cook for about 12 minutes. At this point you can adjust the thickness of the soup if it's too thick by adding a little water at a time until you achieve the desired consistency. Finally add the blanched vegetables (see my previous vegetable soup post to see how I blanch my vegetable) and the fried beef..
Step 8 Allow to simmer for just a minute and take off the heat..
Step 9 .
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