#Food: Pan Seared Mutton and Pork Chili Sauce, with Sticky Rice

How to make chili sauce

How to make chili sauce

BACKGROUND

Don’t you just love it when regular foods are
spiced up in amazing ways? The quintessential white rice served all over the world, including Nigeria is definitely brought to another degree of awesomeness when it is made as sticky rice.

How to make chili sauce

Chili sauce is a staple, which when served with a variety of meats with different layers of fats and oils flavouring brings a super twist to an age old recipe? I present to you Pan Seared Mutton and Pork Chili Sauce, with Sticky Rice!

INGREDIENTS

For the chili sauce

Garlic

How to make chili sauce

Onions

How to make chili sauce

Red bell peppers

How to make chili sauce

Scotch bonnets

Groundnut oil

Sweet tomato sauce

How to make chili sauce

Pork

How to make chili sauce

Mutton

Mutton broth

How to make chili sauce

Garam masala, parsley, oregano

How to make chili sauce

METHOD

1. Cut your pork  and mutton into sizeable pieces and season with garam masala, oregano , parsley and salt.

2. Dice garlic and onion and rub unto the meats.

3. Put a tiny splash of groundnut oil in a pan and sear the meats until they are cooked.

How to make chili sauce

4. Roughly blend the scotch bonnets and red bell peppers

How to make chili sauce

5. Oil another pot and pour the peppers in and let them fry

6. Add the mutton stock, checking with the degree of heat from the peppers.

7. In order to make the sticky rice, you have to…

Get the full recipe here

Published by osebinitie

Ose Binitie is no random blogger; having aced a blogging stint at FAB Magazine and now successfully running two independent blogs, she'd say she was pretty awesome. She loves language, music, writing and so many other things! Check out her posts at www.emphaticdynamo.com and hellurrrandom.wordpress.com

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