Edikang Ikong Soup

Edikang Ikong Soup

Edikang Ikong Soup Ingredients 8 cups washed and chopped Water Leaves (About 700 grams) 50 grams Stock Fish pieces (Soaked in water) 500 grams Beef Chunks, Cooked 2 Large Pieces of Cow Skins/Kpomo (165 grams, cooked soft and cut into cubes) 1 tsp Salt 4 Stock Cubes (About 4 grams...

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Beans and Plantain Pottage

Beans and Plantain Pottage

 Beans and Plantain Pottage Ingredients 700 grams Nigerian Brown Beans or Honey Beans 4 fingers of Ripe and Firm Plantains (About 500 grams peeled and sliced in rounds about 1 cm thick) 3 medium Smoked Dry Fishes (About 90 grams peeled) 350 mls Lightly Seasoned Beef Stock 3 tsp Salt 3...

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Nigerian Meat Pie

Nigerian Meat Pie

The best Nigerian Meat Pie is moist, yummy and has minced meat, potato and carrot filling. The filling is usually adequately seasoned and gives the meat pie its unique taste.  Nigerian Meat Pie is a popular snack amongst Africans The recipe detailed here will help you make the best meat...

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Nigerian Suya

Nigerian Suya

If you're in Nigeria, it's much easier for you to walk or drive to your favourite Suya Mallam popularly known as Mai Suya and buy the Nigerian Suya made from his own trademark blend of Suya spices. But for those that are far away from one, perhaps abroad. Here's how to re-create the...

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Ogbono soup (or apon)

Ogbono soup (or apon)

Ogbono (Ibo) or Apon (Yoruba) is the seed of the African wild mango (Oro). The seed is dried and then milled with some crayfish in order to make Ogbono soup powder. This is by far one of the easiest and fastest Nigerian soups to prepare. You can choose to make...

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