True Foodies WIll Totally Drool At This Colourful Potato Pottage From Jos

May 15, 2017
When it comes to adventures, food lovers have the most fun – they get to eat food from different places and manage to stay healthy while at it. This Irish potato pottage recipe, Gwote Dankali,  from the breathtaking city of Jos is definitely one tasty journey foodies like us can’t wait to go on.

1. To cook this meal, you’ll need:

2. First, wash and chop all your vegetables before heating up two cooking spoons of vegetable oil in a pot for a few minutes.

3. Add the ginger, garlic, onions and chicken, fry this until the chicken turns golden brown.

4. Next, add chicken stock and peppers – cook on low heat for 15 minutes until the chicken becomes tender.

5. Next, add the potatoes and carrots, leave this to simmer for 20 minutes.

6. It’s time to add the flour and milk for that thick and creamy consistency.

7. Finally, add the green peas and the rest of the vegetables to the pot, cover with a tight lid and cook for just 5 minutes.

8. At this point, your yummy Gwote Dankali is pipping hot and ready to eat!

Want to see exactly how this dish was made? Watch the recipe with exact measurements in the video below:

If you love Nigerian food, catch up with the latest episodes of Delicious Naija, from Maggi Nigeria.

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