Oha soup is one of the numerous dish that originated from south eastern Nigeria, it is usually very spicy and can be eaten with eba or fufu.
To make this soup, the ingredients you require are listed below:
Palm kernel nuts ( you can also use just palm oil if raw palm kernel is hard to get)
Smoked and stock fish
Directions to cook
Boil the palm kernel for a while
Boil the cocoyam till it gets softened
Extract the palm oil after separating the nut
Add the oil to a pot and heat
Add some sliced onions
Peel the cocoyam and mash it
Add the pepper
Add the crayfish, snail, locust beans, stockfish, periwinkle, cow skin and all the seasoning.
Cook for 15 minutes
Add the mashed cocoyam to the soup and stir, allowing it to melt
If it gets too thick, add some water
Add the Oha leaves, by using your hand to tear it into pieces in the soup
Add the Oziza leaf, and cook for about 10 minutes while stiring continuously
When your soup is done, use to serve any swallow of your choice.
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