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Miyan Taushe Pumpkin Stew

Miyan Taushe Pumpkin Stew

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Miyan Taushe is s a savory pumpkin stew native to Northern Nigeria. It is commonly eaten with fufu/swallow, rice, and even naan bread. Naan bears some similarity to “gurasa”: a local Hausa flat bread which is also a traditional side eaten with Miyan Taushe.  This dish is often eaten during Ramadan so it definitely is an option for festive occassions.

 1.50 lbs goat meat chunks
 1.50 lbs pumpkin peeled and cut into chunks
 7 roma tomatoes
 2 large onions
 4 scotch bonnet peppers
 1 bell pepper
 10 oz chopped spinach (fresh or frozen)
 5 sorrel (substitute with spinach more spinach when unavailable)
 Salt to taste

Ingredients

 1.50 lbs goat meat chunks
 1.50 lbs pumpkin peeled and cut into chunks
 7 roma tomatoes
 2 large onions
 4 scotch bonnet peppers
 1 bell pepper
 10 oz chopped spinach (fresh or frozen)
 5 sorrel (substitute with spinach more spinach when unavailable)
 Salt to taste
Miyan Taushe Pumpkin Stew

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