Ugwu leaves is professionally known as pumpkin leaves. It is mostly grown in Nigeria and many other West African countries. The leaf is loved not just because of its taste and versatility, it is loved because it contains lots of nutrients and is of immense help to the body's health. It contains anti-oxidants that go a long way in restoring lost body tissues and like many other leaves, it also helps in boosting your red blood cells. There are many other benefits of Ugwu leaves that I could list but that is not the topic of today's article. Today, we will look at five african soups you can use Ugwu leaves to prepare.
1. Egusi soup
This is the most common of them all. After frying the melon and adding other ingredients, Ugwu leaves is usually the next item on the table.
2. Okro soup
3. Ogbonno Soup
4. Edikang Ikong Soup
5. Ugwu leaf soup
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