Bitterleaf Soup and pounded yam. Hey, guys welcome back to my channel for today's video I will be eating bitter leaf soup. don't forget to subscribe!!! Support me here. #Saladmastercookwear #asmr #AfricanFood #food #meals #eat #RachelIdugboe Welcome to my channel, I am excited to share with you different kind of African. Welcome back to my channel, in today's video i am going to be doing Mukbang, i will be eating Delicious Bitterleaf Soup (Ofe Onugbu) & Fresh Pounded Yam, and this is Fufu Mukbang, Nigerian food. thanks for watching.
The name is quite misleading in that a well prepared Bitterleaf Soup should not have even the slightest bitterness. This is achieved by washing and squeezing the bitter leaves (and changing. Making bitterleaf soup (ofe Onugbu) in Nigeria, also learn about other soups and all the ingredients used in making Bitterleaf soup – Ofe onugbu (as the Igbos like to call it) is very delicious and also But the most popular of them all is the cocoa yam and bitter leaves combination – what we have below. You can cook Bitterleaf Soup and pounded yam using 11 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Bitterleaf Soup and pounded yam
- Prepare 1/2 of Tuber Yam.
- You need 3 of Stock fish and smoked fish (softened in hot water).
- It’s of Precooked Assorted meat (Beef/goat chunks, shaki, snails etc).
- It’s 1/4 cup of ground crayfish.
- You need 6 of small cocoyams (peeled and washed).
- You need 1/2 Cup of washed Bitter leaf(dried/fresh).
- Prepare 1 Tbs of dry pepper.
- It’s 1/2 of Palm Oil.
- Prepare of Ogiri.
- Prepare of Salt.
- Prepare of Maggi.
Bitter Leaf soup is a robust West African soup, predominant in countries like Cameroon, Nigeria and Ghana. See recipes for Pounded Yam and Egusi Soup with Bitterleaf too. Bitter leaf soup is very popular and easy to make Nigerian soup, here is how to make ofe onugbu with cocoa yam. By the end of this article you would have learned how I made the delicious looking plate of bitterleaf soup below with cocoa yam and few other.
Bitterleaf Soup and pounded yam step by step
- Wash assorted meat thoroughly with boiled water and parboil with onions and maggi for 10 minutes. You can continue cooking until it is soft enough for consumption..
- Cook the cocoa-yam until it is soft; peel off the back and pound with a mortar and pestle until you have something soft and seedless then set aside..
- Use hot water to soak the dried fish and stockfish separately for a minute and wash thoroughly, then set aside..
- Now wash the bitter leaves until the bitter taste is washed off and set aside..
- Add a teaspoon of salt (or according to how you consume salt), the washed dried fish, stockfish,Ogiri and crayfish/pepper to the boiling meat in the pot.
- Then add the palm oil, stir and allow to boil for 10 to 20 minutes..
- As the meat, fish, and stockfish boil together add the soft pounded cocoa-yam and allow to dissolve..
- Add the bitter leaves, maggi and more salt (optional) to taste then cover and cook for five minutes..
- Ur soup is ready, enjoy with pounded yam or any swallow of choice.
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 African soups, and stews. Yam – The type of Yam we use is commonly referred to as puna yam, true yam or African yam. It has a dark brown rough skin with off-white flesh. How Bitter Leaf is effective for various diseases is listed in repertory format. Names of Bitter Leaf in various languages of the world are also given.