Photo Credit: eatwellabi.com Cocoyam, also known as taro root, is a tropical perennial crop that grows in tropical climates. Colocasia esculenta is its botanical name. It's a tuber crop with a lot of starch in it. Cocoyam is made up of three key components: Corn Stem Leaves.
Cocoyam is known as a very versatile crop that is consumed by lots of people today. The crop is very beneficial as it's leaves and corps are utilized for food. Cocoyam is another amazing food with a lot of nutritional value that is beneficial to our body.
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The cocoyam is a root vegetable, grown basically for its starchy corms (tubers) with are edible. Cocoyam is a lot more nutritious when compared to tubbers like yam and cassava. It is said to have originated in Asia, but is grown in many parts of the world, especially in Africa. Cocoyam is also known as taro root. It is soft, and has a sweet taste when cooked. Cocoyam cannot be eaten raw. In Nigeria, cocoyam is cultivated in villages by local farmers. When boiled, it can be eaten with oil, stew or sauce. Cocoyam
Cocoyam, also known as taro root, is one of the best and most popular foods in Nigeria. It is a tropical perennial crop that grows in a tropical climate. Cocoyam's botanical name is colocasia esculenta, and it is composed of essential nutrients and vitamins that our bodies need to maintain good health.
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Cocoyam which is a general name to root tuber crops is a food which is usually eaten in many homes. Cocoyam can also be referred to as "taro root" and is a source of carbohydrate just like yam, but studies revealed that cocoyam has many health benefits when eaten regularly.
Bitterleaf is quite popular in Nigeria, especially in the east. It is usually served in important occasions and events, while many see at as a hard food to prepare, it actually isn't that complex. In this article, you will learn how to prepare Bitterleaf soup. Ingredients: 1. One cup of Bitter Leaves 2. Two cooking spoon of Palm Oil 3. Three to five Cocoyam 4. Any choice of meat 5. Stock fish and smoked fish (this is optional) 6. Three table spoons Ground Crayfish 7. Three table spoons of dry pepper 8. Seasoning
An Akwa Ibom man identified as Mr Baptist Amah who is a popular chef has come online to share photos of the delicious meal he prepared.He shared the photos of the Cocoyam and soup he prepared on the African Food Recipes Facebook group.
If you grew up in the eastern part of Nigerian or you are conversant with the eastern culture, then you must have heard of Cocoyam.Infact, you must have eaten a little.
Cocoyam is a tropical perennial crop that grows in tropical climate. It is very healthy for the body and contains a lot of starch. They are mostly consumed in the southern part of Nigeria because of their climates. Cocoyam is also called taro root and is grown for either consumption or as an ornamental plant.
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Eastern Nigeria is dominated by the Igbos, one of the country's three major tribes, who produce some of the country's most delectable soups. I'm particularly interested in their foods, specifically their soups (ofe), which are generally simple to prepare and extremely tasty.
Ekpang Nkokwo is regarded as the best meal in Akwa Ibom State.Ekpang Nkokwo is one of the easiest and yummiest dishes, very delicious, it's a Nigerian food recipe native to the south-south Eastern Nigerian.Ingredients 1.Cocoyam 2.
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Cocoyam is a food that is loved by several people in Nigeria and other Countries. This food is very nutritious and it contains a lot of Vitamins which are healthy for the body. In Nigeria, we have several ways of Preparing Cocoyam such as boiled cocoyam, roasted Cocoyam but most people have not heard of Cocoyam porridge.
Ofe Oha, also called Ofe Ora is a delicious Nigerian soup that originated from the eastern parts of Nigeria. It is made using the Oha (Ora) leaves and achi or Cocoyam to thicken the soup. In this article, I will be sharing with you a simple and easy to understand and follow recipe on how to prepare this meal. The ingredients used to prepare Ofe Oha are not standard. You can customize the ingredients to suite your preference and available ingredients. Without further ado let's get into how to prepare this delicious
There are different types of soups. These varieties of soups are mostly eaten with 'swallow'. Most people like their soups thick, so, a thickening agent could be employed to make sure the desired quality is achieved. Below are some thickening agents you can use to make your soup thick. 1 Ofor Most people make use of this thickener because it has a bland taste and so, it doesn't affect the taste of the soup. This thickener is first dissolved in hot water before it is added to the soup. I know you would be wondering
Bitter leaf Soup is a Nigerian that originated from the south east part of the country (Igbo native soup). It is called onugbu soup by the Igbos (onugbu means bitter in Igbo language). It is most sorted and preferred soup by the Igbo people of Nigeria hence used on every occasion in Igbo land. Bitter leaf soup, just like most other Nigerian soups is named after the particular leaf (vernonia amygdalina) which is used in preparing it. It is prepared like every other ofe ede (cocoyam soup) of the Igbos except
There are 2 types of cocoyam. While one can be boiled, roasted or even pounded to make 'swallow', the other is used as a thickener for traditional soups. However, they are both edible. So with the differences stated, our topic of discussion will be the former (the one that is boiled, roasted and pounded). Most people love to eat this type of 'swallow' but the process of pounding the cocoyam used to prepare it is very stressful and this could discourage them from embarking on the process. Worry no more because