Food is one important part of our culture and different tribes have their different foods which they eat and cherish, these foods can be soups and other delicate dishes but in the end, they are really delicious.
When a man gets married to an Igbo girl then he stands a great chance of enjoying their culture, you know by now that food is one part of it.
There are some really delicious Igbo soups that can be cooked by a wife, for her husband and in this article, I'll be showing you just three of them.
The three soups you'll be seeing are really appealing to the eyes and I bet you'd love them.
1. Ofe Nsala
2. Ofe Akwu
3. Ofe Owerri
These soups are nice and I have actually tasted Ofe Nsala, which of them have you had a case of?
Can you see how nice these soups look? As for me I really want to taste the other two which I haven't eaten, I don't know about you. Did you formerly know that these soups exist?
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