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egusi soup x

Egusi soup recipe

Eba comes second on the
list of foods eaten in Nigeria,
eba goes alongside with
different kinds of Nigerian
soups and could be
substituted with garri, fufu,
pounded yam, or amala in
the case of a Yoruba man
There are different kind of
Nigerian soups and here is
how to make my favorite
Nigerian egusi soup.
The ingredients includes:

Ground 2 to 3 cups of egusi,
stock fish, 3 cubes maggi
seasoning, onions, pepper,
dried fish(mangala),
vegetable(bitter leaf, green
leaf(ugu) and meat of your
choice(chicken, beef, turkey,
or any fish)


Wash the meat with warn
water and cook with 2 cubes
of maggi, salt, onions, and
other meat spices for about
5 minutes then add water
and cook till the meat is
soft enough for
consumption then set aside.
(don't allow the water to dry
soak the dried fish and
stuck fish separately in hot
water and wash thoroughly
to remove every pinch of
sand(as that could cause a
blend the egusi and mix with
cool water to form a tick
egusi syrup then set your
pot on fire and add about
1/4 liters of oil allow to heat
for about 5 to 10 minutes
then add the egusi syrup
and stir till it forms seed-like
rumps with no coagulations.
Then add the boiled soft
meat and you are almost
done. add the dried fish,
crayfish, one cube of maggi,
pepper and salt to taste.
Stir and cook for about
twenty minutes till the egusi
settles down to thicken the
soup; add your vegetable
and you are done. Serve
with eba, pounded yam, garri
or amala.

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