Very many people in Nigeria eat periwinkle. It is a seafood which has shells. Remember that there is a medicinal herb called periwinkle that is why this seafood is called Nigerian periwinkle. Nigerian periwinkle is a seafood which is common in the riverine areas of Nigeria . It is a delicious seafood that is added to soups as a source of protein.
A Nigerian man has taken to his social media account and shared pictures of the noodles he prepared with frog meat and Talapia fish.The man identified as Baptist Amah shared the photos via his Facebook page.
Afang soup is one of the delicious food enjoyed by Nigerians.The soup contained a lot of vitamins because it is made with vegetables.Afang soup can be served on any occasion, and the cost of preparation is affordable.
If you've visited the south south region in Nigeria, especially Akwa Ibom state and cross Rivers state and you've not tasted ekpang Nkukwo, then you've really missed out on this delicious delicacy. Ekpang Nkukwo is one of the Nigerian recipe prepared with water yam.
Vegetable soup frequently called edikang Ikong soup is a native soup of the people of Cross River and Akwa Ibom State, mostly the Efiks and Ibibio of the South South region of Nigeria.
Okro soup is one of the simplest Nigerian soup to prepare, although it can be very tricky and expensive. In the article, I'll be showing you how to make Okro soup on a budget using essential ingredients and a few in house spices, with just N1000.
There is still little time left in this year for you to learn a few things about our Nigerian soups, the cooking process and the necessary ingredients and condiments, this article is one that satisfies one aspect of what you need to learn about soups and the soup in this case is egusi soup, the popular egusi soup that most of us eat. Egusi soup is not really a hard one to cook and you need to just get some things right, well luckily this article offers a little of that. When I say a little I mean just the ingredients
The price of foodstuff have increased over the past few months and alot of people find it hard to even feed. People have learnt different ways to manage their money so as to cook and feed and their family. I was able to manage N2000 and cooked a delicious pot of Afang soup with it.
A man identified as Baptist Amah today, took to Facebook popular group, "AFRICAN FOOD RECIPES", to share photos of the noodles he prepared by the river side.However, the noodles became a viral post as thousands of people reacted to it.
This soup along the likes of afang souo, oha soup are almost done the same but slightly different. It's as delicious as it looks. But before we begin to explore I'll be sharing the recipe which is below; Ingredients; 1.Editan leaves 2. Periwinkle 3. Fish and crayfish 4. Seasoning cubes 5. Water leaves 6. Pepper and stockfish Cooking procedure; 1.Firstly, wash the water leaves and squeeze out the water from it. 2. Then slice the editan leaves , you can choose to wash with cold water to remove the bitter taste,
Melon soup and Okra soup are different from each other entirely, Melon is a stable soup while okra is a kind of soup that draws, but to spice things up, you can cook them as a mixture and the result is guaranteed to give you an amazing feeling. The ingredients required to make this mixture are: Blended Okra Palm oil Melon Pepper Boiled assorted meat Seasoning cubes Locust bean Snails Ugu leaf Dried stock fish Smoked fish Cray fish Periwinkle Directions to prepare Get a bowl of luke warm water and soak the raw
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: Oha leaves Pepper Oziza leaves Periwinkle Palm kernel nuts ( you can also use just palm oil if raw palm kernel is hard to get) Cow skin/pomo Cocoyam Meat Crayfish Locust bean Snail Smoked and stock fish Seasoning Directions to cook Boil the palm kernel for a while Boil the cocoyam till it gets softened Extract
How To Prepare Delicious Afang Soup Afang Soup is popular among the good people of Akwa Ibom and Cross River States. It is largely vegetables dominated soup and very nutritious. Afang soup does not require cooking with a large quality of water which would make it a wee bit tasteless. Ingredients 1. Sliced Okazi or Afang leaf 2. Water leaf 3. Beef, Kanda and Assorted fish 4. Stock and smoked fish 5. Ground crayfish 6. Cubes of maggi 7. Ground Pepper 8. Salt 9. 4 Tin Milk of palm oil 10. Periwinkle Preparation:
There are times when you would crave a particular type of food, but you won't have much money to prepare it. That is when your creative side would show, and then you would show how you can manage money to prepare a delicious meal. As a lover of Native soup, i always try my best to prepare the soup weekly because of how delicious it is. This has made me to learn an easier, and cheaper way to prepare the soup, without having to spend much money, I will tell you the ways below. Ingredients 1. Ofor(Thickener) 50
Efo Riro is a vegetable soup that is popular in the western part of Nigeria and it is mainly eaten with Eba or Fufu Ingredients Two bunches of Spinach Vegetable / Efo tete, Blended pepper with onions. Fresh Tomatoes Red Peppers Seasoned Crab Snails Shrimps seasoned assorted Meat Smoked Stock Fish Dry Stock Fish Periwinkle Palm oil Maggi Salt other seasoning Steps involved Fry four tablespoons of palm oil in a deep pan, slice onions and add salt. Add all the ingredients, sliced tomatoes, boiled snail and
Ofe Onugbu is one Nigerian soup native to the eastern part of Nigeria, the Igbos eat this food with a traditional clay plate, one reason this soup is unique is that it is made directly from palm kernel, a fruit which the palm oil is gotten from. If you want to cook the Ofe onugbu soup, get this ingredients below: Fresh Palm kernel Seasoning cubes Cocoyam Periwinkle Locust beans Shrimp Cray fish Bitter leaves Pepper Snail Meat Stock fish Smoked fish Directions to prepare: Put the raw palm kernel in a pot, fully
Edikai Ikong is a scrumptious vegetable soup from Calabar, Southern Nigeria. It is made from an assorted selection of vegetables, palm oil and spices. This dish is truly delicious and a nation's favourite. Hope you have fun cooking and eating Ingredients Ugu/pumpkin leaves Waterleaves boiled assorted meat Periwinkle boiled Dried Stock Fish (pre-soaked) boiled Crabs and or Snails Shrimps Crayfish Palm oil 1 large Onion Fresh tomato Pieces red peppers - Locust beans Maggi and salt Steps in preparing this soup
The Abak Atama soup is more popular in southern Nigerian, especially among the people of Akwa Ibom. Abak means Banga in Akwa Ibom and the Atama is a vegetable. I will show you how to make it. To prepare Atama soup, we need ingredients like * Palm fruit * Cow meat * Smoked fish * Stockfish * Periwinkle * Atama leaves * Onions * Grounded crayfish * Chilli pepper, stock cube, and saltAtama leaves Preparation Step 1 Boil meat and stockfish together with 1 stock cube (Maggi cube) chopped onions and salt to taste.
Ofe Onugbu is a popular soup that is common in the Eastern part of Nigeria and it can be eaten with Eba or fufu Ingredients 100g Palm kernel 100g Periwinkle Shrimps Cray fish Bitter leaves 100g Boiled seasoned Snail Boiled dried Stock fish Stock fish Boiled seasoned assorted Beef or Goat meat Small yellow chilli peppers oz Locust beans Cocoyam Cubes of Maggi Salt to taste Steps involved Cook the palm kernel and cocoyam until cooked and tender. (Wash vegetables thoroughly) Marsh the palm kernels either by hand
Good day to you all and welcome to my page, if you have not followed me yet, kindly click on the follow button to enable you get regular updates on food recipes. In this article today, we will take a look at the best recipe you can make use of in preparing 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. If you are thinking about