Okro soup with pounded yam. How to make Nigerian Egusi soup Party Style Egusi Soup from start to finish. Jack was lucky enough to have Jane cooking Nigerian Okro soup & Pounded Yam!
Do you know how to prepare it so that the vegetables look yummy in the Okra Soup is one of the quickest and easiest Nigerian soups to prepare. Some argue that a lot of work goes to the cutting of the two vegetables. Pounded Yam is a staple in many West African homes, but it is not usually eaten by itself, it is often paired with many delicious Yam – The type of Yam we use is commonly referred to as puna yam, true yam or African yam. You can have Okro soup with pounded yam using 11 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Okro soup with pounded yam
- Prepare of Okro.
- Prepare of Vegetable(ugu).
- You need of Salt.
- You need of Onion.
- You need of Stock fish.
- Prepare of Meat.
- You need of Crayfish.
- You need of Pepper.
- You need cubes of Maggi.
- Prepare of Red oil.
- You need of Yam.
It has a dark brown rough skin with. This pounded yam is *THE* real deal. Wholesome yams made from scratch using a food processor. However, throw in some egusi and okra and you are good to go.
Okro soup with pounded yam step by step
- Boil meat and stockfish season..
- Dice okro and onion,whisk together.
- Add morr water to the boiled meat with red oil boil for 7mins.add crayfish,pepper,maggi cubes and salt after 10mins add the diced okro..
- Rinse and cut the vegetable(ugu) pour in and stir..
- Peel cut and boil yam.set it doen onces is soft and pound in motar..
And if you want the draw which is synonymous with ogbono soup then. Preparation time: Sliced Okra (a medium-size bowl full) Fluted Pumpkin leaves (as desired) optional – I don't use it. You can serve with eba, fufu or pounded yam. Have you tasted okra soup with goat meat before? what I like about this okra soup is that because it's so fresh and tasty, you end. up eating more soup than carbs, which is healthy. After clearing my pounded yam, I picked a spoon and did justice to the soup.