tomato paste ( small can)
onions (red, yellow, white), sliced or cut into rings
jamaican curry powder
chopped garlic or garlic paste
corned beef, can use more than one if you want, just dont forget that it tends to be a bit salty
Janet got "Chocolate Covered Cherry Mice"TAKE THE QUIZ and find out what Halloween treat you are!
1Heat up the oil in a large saucepan, add the onions, chopped garlic and stir util slightly browned.
Now add the cayenne pepper,tomato sauce and then tomato paste.
2Stir mixture until smooth then add broth, stir again, cover, and set to medium-low heat stirring frequently for about 10mins...now add lawrys seasoning, garlic powder, onion powder.....stir again
3Let simmer for another 10mins...keep your eye on it...now add the corned beef and stir again...let simmer for another 5mins...
*Optional*...add 3eggs lightly beaten into the mixture, stir lightly and let the egg fry up into the mixture for 5 quick minutes...and Voila an official Ghanaian delicacy..
Best served on a hot bed of Jasmine Rice or with boiled cutup white Potatoes..Enjoy