Efik is an ethnic group located primarily in southern Nigeria, and western Cameroon. In Nigeria, the Efiks can be found in the present-day Cross River State and Akwa Ibom state. Efik dishes are mainly those sourced from the rivers that characterize their very existence. They are usually located at the river banks or creeks so their nutrients are mainly gotten from the sea.
You all will agree with me that Tomatoes is a favourite staple in Nigeria, and literally is used to make stew and due to the inflation of the price, people find it very difficult to afford the tomatoes in the market now and find alternative way to make sauce to eat their rice.
Native food is such a wonderful delicacy.Some people will rightly say, if you want to get the real taste of foods, visit a local food vendor.I think I agree with them on this.
The Igbo People of the Southern part of Nigeria, are known for their wonderful delicacy and meals.Ofe Akwu.Some of their meals are vegetables soups, Melon soup, Okra soup and the popular Ofe Akwu that is used in eating rice.
Foods differ in different ways and one category of food that is well known is soups, soups are usually not eaten alone, most of the time there are swallow foods that go very well with them.
Ofe akwu is one of the igbo people of eastern Nigeria's most popular soups, known as Banga soup or stew, very rich soup made with palm nuts extract/juice it is mostly served with rice, let's get started.
Banga soup, also known as Ofe Akwu, is a popular Delta/Urhobo (a Southern Nigerian ethnicity) soup. However, this soup is now famous not only in the Delta, but throughout Nigeria. It's produced by combining components including meat, fish, and traditional spices in a palm fruit concentrate (juice).
Nigeria is an interesting country, where one wakes up and sees follow countrymen engage in all manners of activities: lazily to work, hungrily to restaurants, sanctimoniously and openly to prayers and stealthily to brothels. Some start their days by visiting “ogogoro “ vendors to wash their mouths under the guise that the mixture has medicinal value, some are married to their champagne, some engage in vending of all manner of wares. One can go on and on. As Peter Obi journeyed today to the state where
Do you know you can enjoy your food with some sweet aroma that scent leaf gives? Oh yes! You can. I have tried it and I enjoy each meal I prepare with this sweet gift of nature and you should try it out too and see for yourself. Remember, add some thoroughly wash sliced scent leaf to your food and see the powerful nutrients it goes to you and your family. You need to try this particular one with noodles and thank me later. Here are some of the 5 foods to cook with scent leaf. 1. Beans 2. Noodles 3. Cat Fish
Today we want to tell you about 5 types of Nigeria soups, their origin and ingredients.The soups are popular in the country and some of them are known outside Nigeria's borders.Read on to find out interesting facts about these tasty meals. The 5 top types of Nigerian soups include the following;
The Igbo tribe is one of the most populous tribe in the world.They have varieties of soul dishes they are very proud of.Hardly will you try out some of their soups and you won't be eager to try it out again.
A Nigerian man with the name "Effizy code" has come on Facebook to share photos of the delicious Banga soup he prepared.Banga soup is a popular dish eaten by a lot of Igbo people in Nigeria.
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
See How To Make Palm Nut Soup Popularly Known As Banga Soup Banga Soup is also called Palm nut. It is a soup made from the palm fruit common to the African community. In Ghana, palm nut soup is called dedetsi by the people in the Volta Region, and abenkwan by the Akans. In Nigeria, it is called Banga soup, of Akwa, how aimed, or Mizuno ibiedi. The delicacy is used to accompany other dishes such as fufu, banku, rice, and so on. Nigerian Banga Soup or Ofe Akwu is native to the Niger Delta and the South Eastern
Banga soup as it is popularly Known is mainly called palm nut soup as it is made from palm nut fruits. It is similar to the Igbo's Ofe Akwu, but the additional spices used in preparing the Banga soup make it differ in taste and aroma. Banga soup is known by several names; it is called izuwo amedi in Urhobo language and izuwo edi in Isoko language. Ingredients Palm fruits Cooked assorted meat Dried cat fish Cooked stock fish(optional) Meat stock or water Grounded crayfish Fresh
In Nigeria, we steam leafy green vegetables and serve it with most Nigerian Rice recipes: Jollof Rice, Coconut Rice, Rice & Beans, Concoction Rice, White Rice & Stew (including Ofe Akwu). These steamed vegetables are also great with Fried Plantains and Nigerian Moi Moi. How to Prepare Steamed Veggies Video Ingredients You only need these 4 ingredients. 300g or medium bunch green leafy vegetables. You can use any of the following: Green Amaranth Nigerian Pumpkin leaves (Ugu) Spinach 1 big onion 1 habanero pepper
One of stew in Nigeria you must taste is Ofe Akwu (Banga Stew). For me I will say that it is among the best Stew in Nigeria you must eat. Ingredients 1. Palm fruits 2. beef 3. Dry fish 4. Titus fish 5. Onion 6. Crayfish 7. Seasoning cubes 8. Ogiri okpei 9. pepper 10. Scent leaves Method 1. The first step is to boil the meat with the seasoning cubes, and add onions until it's done. 2. Sieve the palm fruit concentration into the pot you will use for cooking the stew, you must make sure that nothing enters the
Banga soup is a special delicacy popular served in southern Nigeria amongst the Niger Deltans - Ijaws, Benins, itsekiris, Urobhos and Isokos. This soup has a similar one eaten by the igbos called Ofe Akwu. 1. Banga (palm nuts) The main ingredient used in making banga soup is banga itself. The Banga is boiled to make it soft enough so the juice will be extracted for the soup. This soup is best eaten with Starch. 2. Scent leaves/Bitter leaves Scent leaves are added in banga soup to obtain a different and yummy
Hello dear readers, good afternoon. Today I'll be teaching us how to prepare a very special soup, with some recipes. Although this tutorial will only encompass the recipes for preparing the soup. In our next tutorial, I will teach us how to prepare the Banga soup with these given recipes Banga soup is a very popular soup in the eastern parts of Nigeria. Recipes for preparing Banga soup /Ofe Aku tinned Palm Fruit Concentrate or raw one, which is to be cooked and extracted. Beef Dry fish scent leave for Ofe Akwu
Dear Women, Checkout 4 Different Types Of Soup Eaten In Nigeria You Should Try Cooking. There are various foods in Nigeria which would not be enjoyed without the combination box stew on them, as they give most of our food delicacy taste. We have various types of stew in Nigeria, but I am going to talk about the 4 popular ones that we have that you should probably consider cooking in your homes. 1. Chicken Stew is one of the most popular stew we have in Nigeria, as it is made with chicken sauce and chicken with