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Easy Delicious Choros a la Chalaca Nigerian Food

Delicious Food Choros a la Chalaca definitely is one of my favorite nigerian dish. I always use this special recipe to serve Choros a la Chalaca.

Choros a la Chalaca

So Delicious Choros a la Chalaca Nigerian Food

You can have Choros a la Chalaca in 14 ingredients and just 6 steps. Here is cooking guidance how you can easily do that.


1 You need 8 of Mussels.
2 Approximately 1 of Purple Onion.
3 It’s 1 of Tomatoe.
4 Take 80 grams of Peruvian corn.
5 Prepare 1 of Garlic Tooth.
6 About 50 ml of Lemon Juice.
7 Prepare 4 of Spicy Yellow Pepper.
8 About 1 of Rocoto Pepper.
9 Approximately 1 tbsp of Chopped Coriander.
10 About 1/2 tsp of Salt.
11 Take 1 dash of Olive Oil.
12 Take 1 tsp of Anis.
13 It’s 1 tsp of Cloves.
14 It’s 2/3 cup of Sugar.

Cooking Instructions

Step 1 Boil the mussels starting from cold water until they open up, then remove the water and remove 1 shell of each mussel.
Step 2 Cut the yellow peppers in half and clean them, then wash them with salt and water 3 times, put them in a pan with cold water and boil them untill the skin is easily removable and remove it from each half of yellow pepper. Cut the purple onion in half, cut 1 half in big cubes and put them in a pan with hot olive oil untill the onion start to swet, then add the yellow pepper, cook them for 3-4 minutes and blend all the mixture with a dash of olive oil to make a yellow pepper sauce.
Step 3 Put the peruvian corn with the anis and cloves in a pot with cold water and cook it for 5 minutes then add sugar cook until the corn teeth are soft and reserve.
Step 4 Blend the rocoto until it becomes a sauce.
Step 5 Cut the other onion half, the tomato (peel it first) abd the garlic in brunoise (very little squares) and mix them with the peruvian corn, lemon juice, coriander, salt, a little bit of rocoto sauce and yellow pepper sauce (don't add all the sauce).
Step 6 Finally with a spoon put some mixture over each mussel and Enjoy!!!.
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