Aside the nutrients it gives meals, locust beans popularly known as Iru in Nigeria is also an highly nutritious plant that can serve as a remedy to various ailment. Below are some of the health benefits of iru and the reason you should introduce them more your meals.
Locust bean also referred to as Iru is of great importance. It's a source of food, remedy for several illness, and a traditional medicine as well.Locust beans is commonly used as spices for soups like vegetable, melon etc.It is a very delicious and affordable food ingredient.The health benefits of locust bean will be discussed in this article.
The Oniru of Iru Kingdom, His Royal Majesty Oba Abdulwasiu Omogbolahan (Abisogun II) has recently shared the photos and video of the Olokun ceremony that was performed as part of the traditional demands in Iru Kingdom. The aim of the ceremony is to create awareness of their past history, origin and culture for their children to learn and observe from time to time.
The political atmosphere in Lagos is heating up as a result of the forthcoming Chairmanship and Councillorship elections across the Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs) in the state. It's scheduled to hold on the 24th of July across the various LCDAs in the state with many young persons coming out to contest for the various positions.
Have you ever eaten a real Nigerian stew, which is mostly served in parties? If Yes, I am sure you noticed how delicious the stew was. These delicious stews are mostly prepared with secret recipe & spices and other ingredients which makes it very delicious and mouth-watery. I know you would love to know the secret recipe and this is what I am here to give you. I will be giving you a list of spices that would improve your cooking a lot and give it that delicious taste. Here they are: 1. Locust beans or Iru
1/4 cup palm oil 1 tbsp.Iru (Locust Beans) 1 kg assorted meat (Shaki, Kpomo, Liver) - already cooked 600 g cooked chicken 1 cup chicken broth 1 tsp.salt 1 seasoning cube 1 tbsp.
The Oniru of Iru Kingdom, HRM Oba Abdulwasiu Omogbolahun Lawal(Abisogun II) has melted the heart of many Nigerians after proving to be a great romancer with the open letter he wrote to his darling Olori Mariam Lawal, the Olori of Iru-Kingdom on her birthday. The letter, which was addressed to her and titled “An Open Letter To My Darling Olori,” contained all the nice words in the world that defines love and gratitude.
Today we shall be talking about some of the ways we can burn that disturbing fatty tissues in some parts of our body. It is no longer news that the typical african man or woman has the biological tendency to grow large in some obvious parts of the body. This can be embarrassing some times, especially when we seem to go out of shape and consequently loose confidence in ourselves. Listed below are some foods and lifestyle that can help us remain in good shape and enjoy longevity without breaking our bank accounts:
Are you in need of a good stew recipe for your guest or family then here is an amazing and good recipe for you.To make it you need the following.Do well at the end to, share to your friends and families.Drop comment.
The first time I tasted cow leg pepper soup was when my dad hosted a meeting for some when I was young. I didn't get to eat it all the time and I wondered why my parents won't prepare it most often even though it was tasty. I found out why when I grew older. Cow legs are not cheap so buying it all the time will alter the family's food budget. However, this should not discourage you to buy cow legs often if you have the money. It is good to cook and eat cow leg pepper soup from time to time. Just keep your cold
Iru is a type of fermented and processed locust beans used as sauce in traditional soups. It is the Yorubas that call it Iru, it is called Ogiri Okpe in Igbo language and Dawa Dawa in Hausa. Many avoid eating it because of its smell whereas, It is a condiment that should be in our daily food because of its abundant nutritional content. See some of its benefits to the body. # Helps To Keep The Eyesight In Good Condition. Eating lot of locust beans is good in making eye vision better especially for people with
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Locust beans, known as Iru by the Yorubas, Ogiri by Igbos and called dwadwa by the Hausas. It belongs the family Mimosaceae of the leguminosae, a fruit from the seed of Parkia biglobosa tree. Chemical values: Protein, starch, dry matter, moisture, Ash, Fact, carbohydrates, glucose just to mention a few.
On today's episode of Food and Nutrition series on PlentyTori.ng, we bring you an interesting recipe on preparing the popular Ogbono soup. Ogbono soup is a delectable Nigerian concoction soup and it’s super easy to prepare. It’s a thick and hearty stew made with Ogbono seeds (wild mango seeds) loaded with meats and fish simmered in a light delicious broth. Here's a simple recipe below: Ingredients: The ingredients you need are: Beef, Stock fish, Chili Powder, Powdered Ogbono, Ponmo, Crayfish, Palm Oil, Smoked
Gbegiri soup is a delicious Nigerian soup which has its origins from the Western parts of Nigeria. Commonly eaten by the Yorubas, it is made using beans and is really one of the easiest, no fuss soups to prepare. It does not require any leaf and has very little ingredients in it which are all very readily available in markets all around us. In this article, I will be sharing with you a simple and easy to understand recipe on how to prepare tasty Gbegiri soup for your kids, or for your family and friends and
Children are rewards from God and every parent wishes to see their children grow to become a better person in society, and some children have followed the footsteps of their parents to achieve great height.Omobolaji T Lawal also refers to himself as Kenken- Niju, is the son of the present king of Oniru of Iru land, HRM Oba Abdul- Wasiu Omogbolahan Lawal has followed the ways of his father, his father was the former commissioner for Agriculture, BJ has a great passion for politics and most importantly education.
Don't you just love a good and spicy palm oil (local) stew, garnished with all kinds of fish and seasoned with tasty iru (locust beans)🤤 served with hot white rice??? Well, I do! And I do love a well prepared one😁 Here's how to prepare delicious and spicy palm oil stew that will leave you licking your plate 😋 Ingredients needed • All types of pepper (We need to bring in the hotness!) Ata rodo, tatashe, bawa, shambo • Tomatoes • Onions • Palm oil • Iru (locust beans) • Seasoning cubes •
See How To Prepare Gbegiri (Bean Soup) In Nigeria ￼ INGREDIENT : 1 cup of bean milk, palm oil, carob beans (Iru), mixed pepper, meat broth (Omi son), ground crayfish, seasoning cubes, salt. ￼ STEP 1: You peeled the beans to remove the shaft. ￼ STEP 2: Pour the beans into a pot with water and boil for about 1 hour (until the beans are very soft). STEP 3: Pour the beans into a blender and blend to make it smooth. You can still pour the beans through a strainer (one used for ogi) to remove
Efor Riro is an African Vegetable soup and a traditional delicacy of the Yoruba tribe of Western Nigeria, popularly paired with Amala fufu. Here is my recipe of Efor Riro Soup Ingredients - 4 Red bell peppers - 1 medium onion bulb - 3 Scotch Bonnet - 1 cup of palm oil
GBEGIRI (BEANS SOUP) INGREDIENT : ,1 Milk cup of brown beans ,Palm oil ,Locust beans (Iru) ,blended pepper ,meat stock (Omi eran) ,Grinded crayfish ,Seasoning cubes ,Salt STEP 1 : You peeled the beans to remove the shaft. STEP 2 : Pour the beans into a pot of water and boil for about 1 hour (Till the beans become very soft). STEP 3 : Pour the beans into a blender and blend it to make it smooth. You can still pour the beans through a sieve.(One used for ogi) to remove the reaming shaft so as to make the beans