Hi everyone, I hope you are having a nice day? Well for me it was not so funny 😦

Guess what happened?

On a bright sunny Sunday, I woke up early as usual and I had to get my boys and I ready for church hoping that I have some amount of flour in my kitchen for gravy later that day.

So after mass and hanging with some friends, we went home. Mind you before now I got a notification from Oga at the top that some people would be visiting us.

I chose to make gravy because it’s pretty fast for me, and weekends are busy for me. moving on, I found out that I had NO FLOUR!

I thought of a thickener for the gravy base. And I thought …

POTATOES 🙂  These babies saved my life.
Let me tell you how I used them.

  • I peeled and washed them neatly.
  • sliced them into slim flakes so that I will get done quickly. Boil them.
  • Once done, I added it into the food processor and blended it
After blending it, I added a sachet of chicken spice and some water to form a paste.
  • Add vegetable oil allow to heat and put your sliced onions, thyme, curry and stir fry for about a minute.
  • Pour in your paste and add more water till you get your desired consistency. You don’t need to boil for so long because you potatoes are done. 😉
  • Add your pre-boiled meat (as desired) I prefer chicken and allow to simmer for 3 minutes. Remember to stir at intervals to avoid getting burnt.
  • Add the rest of your clean, cut veggies and stair.
  • Turn off the heat. The heat in the gravy will steam the veggies and still give you some crunchy freshness :*  YUM! YUM!

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