About the food:
- Ewa agoyin sauce/stew is a very simple Nigerian stew prepared by frying onion and pepper in palm oil, this recipe is very popular among the western parts of Nigeria Yoruba), in fact, it is a famous stew recipe found in the streets of Lagos.Agoyin is used by Nigerians to describe people from the neighbouring countries such as Ghana, Togo, Benin republic, Cotonou.
- Ewa agoyin stew has a dark and almost black color unlike the popular tomato sauce which is orangey in color. This is because it is left to sit on heat for a longer time and as a result, the outcome will be a darker, gritty and crunchy stew with a smoky flavour.
- Our trademark agonyin stew has a unique and irresistible aroma that comes from the fried onions and pepper
- This delicious sauce is prepared without fish or meat and as simple as it is, it goes well with bread, boiled yam, fried plantain and beans
Ingredients : traditionally prepared with dried peppers (cayenne pepper, tatashe, shambo and ata rodo, chillies),onions,crayfish,palm oil,seasoning
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Large Pan, Small Pan
Small Pan= approximately 12 x 10 inches
Each half-size tin foil pan has a top outer section that measures 12.75 x 10.25 inches, a top inner that measures 11.6 x 9.1 inches, a bottom that measures 10.1 x 7.7 inches, and a depth of 2.2 inches.
Capacity=120 fluid oz
Large Pan= approximately 12 x 20 inches
Our standard full-size food pan is approximately 12" x 20" x 3".
Measures 14.12 W x 25.71 L x 14.25 inches deep
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