You will need
1/2 kg Chicken gizzards
Red bell pepper
Tiger Chili Pepper Powder
1tsp Curry powder
1 Tiger Thyme
1tsp Tiger Garlic Powder
1tsp Tiger Ginger Powder
1 Sachet Tiger Stew Mix
Diced/cubed ripe plantain
Larsor Beef Seasoning
Boil the gizzards with Tiger Garlic Powder, Tiger Ginger Powder, Vegeta Onion, and Larsor Beef Seasoning till tender. Proceed to fry or grilling in the oven.
While the gizzards are boiling or frying, dice the plantain into cubes
In a saucepan, add your Vegetable Oil, Vegeta Onion, some chopped red bell pepper, green pepper, and Tiger Tomato Stew Mix. Fry for 5 minutes and set aside.
Salt the diced plantain and fry.
Take out some of the oil used to fry the plantain/gizzard and pour it in a deep saucepan. Add Tiger Curry Powder, Tiger Thyme, and fry for 1 minute. Note this method intensifies the flavour.
Add the remaining chopped peppers from Step 3 and Tiger Chili Powder, and saute till they wilt and soften.
Add the fried gizzards
Add chicken stock, and lower the heat.
Once the gizzard stew has thickened, add the plantains.
Yummy!... Your Gizdodo is ready to be scooped into big dip bowls and passed around for your guests or as a side dish to Rice, Spaghetti, or any other meal of your choice.
Enjoy with a bottle of our Bree Chardonnay!
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