Wonderful Wednesday Wok. PIE, more gari and butter-icing.

Something a bit more creative this week. A chicken pie for mains and spiced bread with cinnamon butter-icing for pudding. All made using Gari.

Recipe 1: Chicken Pie.

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Ingredients:

-300g gari or another coarse flour

-100g butter

-5 eggs

-chicken scraps (200-300g)

-300g cooked potato, cabbage and carrot

-200g cooked peas

Utensils:

-mixing bowl and fork

-greased or nonstick baking tray

Recipe:

1: Mix the flour with the butter and the eggs until a rough dough is formed.

2: Divide in half. Spread one half across the base of a greased baking tray.

3: Bake at 160C for 35min.

4: Cut up and layer the chicken and vegetables along the base of the pie. Add the peas on top.

5: Roll out the remaining dough to fit as a lid. Place it over the pie and press the sides down into the base of the pie.

6: Bake at 160C for 35min.

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Recipe 2: Spiced Bread with Cinnamon-Butter-Icing.

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Ingredients:

For the bread:

-200g Gari or rough flour

-6 eggs

-5tsp cinnamon

-2tsp ginger

-1/4tsp cloves

-2tsp sugar

For the icing:

-100g butter

-5tsp sugar

-1tsp cinnamon

Utensils:

-mixing bowl and spoon

-greased baking tray

-cup and fork

-knife

Recipe:

1: Mix the flour, sugar and spices in a bowl.

2: Crack in the eggs and mix thoroughly.

3: Pour into the baking tray.

4: Bake at 160C for 1h.

5: Leave to cool.

6: Place the butter, sugar and cinnamon in the cup.

7: Use the fork to mash the sugar and cinnamon into the butter.

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8: When the bread is cool, spread the icing over it.

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And that was Jon’s lunch today. đŸ™‚

Getting tempted to steal his chicken pie, looks nice…

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