Today’s photography class was tagged ‘appetizing’. The lecturer had informed us earlier that the subject was food, so I made a list for my course mates so they don’t have to rack memories for ideas since that is what I love to do most. All along I had forgotten I had exhausted the options without picking mine.
I woke up this morning and couldn’t just think of what to do about my own food presentation; I wanted something nice and exceptional, but quick and not stressful. I got into the kitchen and noticed a quarter-sized yam… what can I do with this? Then I spotted the plantain. My oven is faulty; I would just have made a perfect roast. With some vegetables in the fridge, it all came together, yes!
So let’s get it done…
INGREDIENTS 4 Servings
- Yamdiced 300g
- Plantaindiced 1
- Mixed vegetables 100g
- Tomatoes 1
- Garlic 1 clove
- Onions 1 bulb
- Green bell pepper 1
Dice the plantain and yam into cubes; sliced the onions, green pepper, tomatoes, carrots and peas.
Fry yam and plantain cubes seperately.
Heat up 2 tbsps of oil in a frying pan, sautee minced garlic and sliced onions. Add in vegetables to cook for about five minutes with two tablespoons of water and a teaspoon of salt.
Add the fried yam and plantain cubes. Stir in; allow to simmer for 3minutes.
My coursemates yanked it off though…