Egusi soup and cabbage swallow. Egusi soup is an exotic hearty food that will satisfy your taste buds. It is a staple in most West African home and it is an uncomplicated one pot meal that is often accompanied with swallows like Eba, Amala, Semovita, Pounded yam, Fufu, and the likes. Some hardcore like I am will even serve over Rice.
Don't ask me why, I don't know. If you do by all means spill the. #if you are on your weight loss plan you can go for healthy SWALLOW CAULIFLOWER and plantain, oat ,broccoli. Ground Egusi seeds give this soup a unique color and flavor. This Tasty Egusi soup and cabbage swallow using 10 easy ingredients and 8 easy steps. Follow these simple steps to cook yummy food.
Ingredients of Egusi soup and cabbage swallow
- You need of egusi.
- It’s of crayfish.
- You need of salt.
- You need of ugu.
- Prepare of palm oil.
- You need of boiled meat and stock.
- You need of bonga fish.
- You need of pepper.
- You need of seasoning.
- Prepare of onions.
If you can't find Egusi seeds, you can substitute pumpkin seeds. Tag a friend…» The idea of garden egg-cabbage-egusi soup played on my mind's screen. Enjoy as you read through the thread. Name of Dish: Garden egg, Cabbage, and Egusi Soup, Location: The Corps Members' Lodge in a Remote Village in Ogbadibo LGA, Benue State How To make Egusi soup In Nigeria, Learn To make this delicious Nigerian soup.
Egusi soup and cabbage swallow instructions
- Add palm oil to heat on the fire.
- Blend the egusi and onions with fresh pepper together pour it into the palm oil and start stirring.
- Stir for 4 minutes.
- Then add the bonga fish and meat with stock.
- Season with the other ingredient and add more water.
- Cover to cook very well then add the ugu leaf.
- After adding ugu leaf let it cook for 2 minutes.
- Serve with little stew and enjoy.
This recipe shows you how to prepare Egusi soup with lumps. Egusi is one the most widely consumed soups in Nigeria, it's prepared by most tribes. Egusi is ground up shelled melon seed. Its dry milled and combined The main factor that set Yoruba style egusi soup apart is the presence of clumps/lumps. According to my grandmother, egusi is just as delicious as.