Saturday, July 07, 2007

Egusi Soup in nigeria

Egusi Soup in nigeria is like burger in the US or Noodles in China, this is so simply because everyone in Nigeria eats egusi soup.

Outlined below is a classic recipe on preparing egusi soup that all nigerian desire and relish.

INGREDIENTS

Meat or fish (about 1 kg)
2 tomatoes
1 onion
4 peppers
2 magi cubes
Cooking oil
1 cup of ground egusi
2 cups or one medium branch of spinach.
Salt
Water


INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Boil the meat or fish until it is tender, and keep it aside.
  2. Chop the spinach if required.
  3. Ground the tomatoes, peppers and onions together (you will need to add some water).
  4. Place in a pot, add the meat, and the magi cubes, and about 2 tablespoons of cooking oil, and the ground egusi, and the chopped spinach.
  5. Cook for about 20 to 30 minutes.
  6. Add salt and ground pepper to taste.
Eat with any of the dishes that have 'soup' with them.

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CATWALQ a.k.a LAGBA-JESS said...

I like this...

But I don't eat egusi...

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Kemi Jinadu said...

Hello, did u read ur egusi recipe before posting it? when will you add the palm oil? does the oil need to be heated first? at what stage will u put everything together and boil?

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