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This fish stir fry is so insanely delicious and super easy to make. I have called it Ownyee’s Island because it is dedicated to my friend Onyinye. It is healthy, simple and makes a great dinner idea.
I’m sorry I have been missing in action. To say I was feeling under the weather is an understatement. I have been down with the flu virus for over a month, well I’m back now and better.
Compliments of the season to you all, this Christmas season I planned to post super easy recipes that can complement our Christmas turkey and chicken. Today I’ll be sharing this fish stir fry and roasted plantain recipe. I’m sure you are wondering why it is called Ownyee’s Island, well it is my friend’s recipe.
Every time is not just for roasted plantain and peanuts. Since I got this recipe from my friend, I have tried it so many times and it has never failed. It is always a show-stopper and as I said earlier it is super easy and very tasty. If you try this fish stir fry and roasted plantain at home please let me know how it turns out. You can also find me on Instagram @myactivekitchen
Ingredients for easy fish stir fry
Plantains (peeled) you can use as many as you want
Mixed peppers, de-seed and cut into strips
2 medium onions (diced)
2 bunch of spring green leaves (use kale and spinach as substitute)
Mushrooms washed and sliced (optional)
vegetable bouillon (I used Jumbo seasoning powder)
1/3 cup palm oil (substitute with vegetable oil)
Smoked mackerel (you can use any smoked or salted fish of choice)
How to roast plantain
Place peeled plantain in a baking tray and place under the grill on medium-high heat turning at interval till plantain is golden brown and fully cooked. Alternatively, you could make fried plantain, see how to make it here.
How to make fish stir fry
Place a wok on medium heat, pour the palm oil and heat up for about a minute or two
Add the onions and mixed peppers cook for about a minute then add the mushroom if using.
Add vegetable bouillon powder and continue to stir fry for another 5 minutes, add the smoked fish and then the spring green.
Stir fry for another 3 to 4 minutes or until the spring green is wilted but still crunchy. Take it off the heat. Plate up your roasted plantain and stir-fry as desired.
Let me know if you cook this dish and don’t forget to leave a comment and tag me your photos on Instagram.
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