• 330g Steak mince
  • Bunch of veggies
  • 3/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 Tomato
  • 1/4 Onion
  • 1/4 cup frying oil
Most of us in Zimbabwe grew up eating muriwo (veggies) in one form or another. In fact, the generality of households in Zim have backyard gardens with some form of veggies taking sprout at any given time. It is interesting that the concept of backyard gardens albeit with an organic bias has now caught-on like wild fire in the western world. The following recipe that produces fried steak mince and muriwo brings up some nostalgic feeling. I used to survive on it time and again as a young man just out of University living by myself in Harare.

This recipe produces a very tasty meal. Hands-down the best accompaniment of this fried mince and muriwo is good old sadza (pap or mealie meal porridge). You will also have a great tasty ride with bread (chingwa). As often said this is one of my few mastered recipes and hope you enjoy it. I would appreciate a comment at the end to let me know how it went with yours in your kitchen.

Quick Instructions

  1. Get your ingredients ready by washing and cutting tomatoes, onions and veggies. Pre-heat your pan with frying oil.
  2. Add mince into the pre-heated pan. Add salt and occasionally stir until mince turns brownish and add onions and stir
  3. Add tomatoes and stir when onions are well infused. Once tomatoes are properly infused into the mince add your veggies and stir.
  4. Your fried steak mince neMuriwo is ready to be served.


Pictorial Detailed Instructions

 

Step 1

Get your ingredients ready. These are steak mince (a), veggies (b), frying oil (c) and tomatoes and onion (d) as well as salt. Pre-heat your pan with frying oil.

 

Step 2

Add mince to the pre-heated pan (a). Add salt (b) and occasionally stir (c) until mince turns brownish and add onions (d) and stir. The longest cooking time is until mince turns brownish. As you are stirring, you may occasionally add some spats of water to the pan to prevent your mince from burning at the bottom. Do not add too much water.

 

Step 3

By now your mince is looking increasingly brownish and nice; add tomatoes (a) and stir (b) when onions are well infused. Once tomatoes are properly infused into the mince add your veggies (c) and stir (d). You are done. You got a great relish on your hands!

 

Fried steak mince with veggies. Enjoy with Sadza. You gotta love Zimbabwean food!

Fried steak mince with veggies. Enjoy with Sadza. You gotta love Zimbabwean food!



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