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How to Make Edikang Ikong Soup

Nigerian Edikang Ikong Soup

EDIKANG IKONG SOUP Edikang ikong is a native soup of the Efik and Ibibio (Cross River and Akwa Ibom states) people of Nigeria. It is a very nutritious soup made with a generous quantity of fresh vegetables, dried fish and assorted meat. Edikang ikong used to be known as the “soup of the wealthy” due […]

How to Make Nigerian Beans Porridge

Nigerian Beans Porridge

NIGERIAN BEANS PORRIDGE Beans which is known as ‘Ewa’ by the Yoruba people, Beans is rich in protein and good for growth. It is very advisable to have it in menu especially in a family with young children. However, beans can cause bloating, flatulence and indigestion to some people. The recipe and cooking method below […]

How to Make Nigerian Pepper Soup

Nigerian pepper soup

NIGERIAN PEPPER SOUP Nigerian pepper soup is one of the most sought after soups in Nigeria and it is names after the meat used in cooking it. For example, Goat meat pepper soup, catfish pepper soup and chicken pepper soup. It is a broth-like spicy and savoury soup which is being prepared with assorted meat […]

How to Make Nigerian Yam Porridge (ASARO)

Nigerian Yam Porridge

NIGERIAN YAM PORRIDGE (ASARO) Nigerian yam porridge also known as Asaro is a combination of yams and fresh green vegetables, it’s a tasty and healthy way to eat yam as you can add your green veggies. This recipe will put you through on how to make Yam Porridge. INGREDIENTS 1kg of yam Red Palm oil […]

How to make Nigerian Moi Moi

moi moi

MOI MOI Moi moi is a Nigerian food made with steamed ground beans and spices. Moi moi is commonly served at parties, wedding ceremonies and other can be eaten alone or paired with other Nigerian foods like jollof rice, fried rice, rice and stew and lot more. Moi moi can be cooked in different […]

How to Prepare Nigerian Egusi Soup

Egusi Soup

The popular Egusi soup which is also known as melon soup is a delicacy that is enjoyed in West Africa. Egusi is the West African name for melon seeds, the seeds are rich in fat and protein and when dried and grounded, it becomes a staple ingredient in so many West African foods and it […]

How to Prepare Nigerian EFO RIRO

Nigerian EFO RIRO

EFO RIRO – THE EDIKANG IKONG SOUP OF THE YORUBA PEOPLE Efo riro is vegetable soup of the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria, it is the the Yoruba version of the Efik Edikang Ikong soup but with a twist. Efo riro is rich and has a savoury taste. Efo riro can be prepared with assorted meat, […]

How to Make Nigerian Okra Soup

okra soup

Okra Soup is one of the most popular draw soups in most part of Nigeria. It is also one of the quickest and easiest Nigerian soups to make. It is globally known as ‘lady fingers’ and very nutritious when combined with pumpkin or spinach leaves. Okra soup ingredients can be obtained from most African Shops. […]

How to Prepare Nigerian Ogbono Soup

How to Cook Nigerian Ogbono Soup Ogbono soup (draw soup) is one of the most popular soups in Nigeria. Here, you will learn how to make this delicious soup and why it falls into the list of Nigerian popular soups. You will also find a video on making Nigerian Ogbono (ogbolo) soup at the bottom […]