Sea food with Okro soup and pounded yam. How to eat Fufu or pounded yam Jack was lucky enough to have Jane cooking Nigerian Okro soup & Pounded Yam! Bon appetit! * Pounded Yam The Easy Way!
It's a matter of preference and how we all were socialized. This variation in its mode of preparation has a lot to do with ethnicity and locality. For example, those who live close to the sea will tend to have more. You can have Sea food with Okro soup and pounded yam using 13 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Sea food with Okro soup and pounded yam
- Prepare 20 of fingers of Okro.
- You need 100 g of skinned stock fish.
- Prepare 100 g of big prawn.
- You need 4 of red pepper.
- It’s 100 g of crayfish.
- It’s to taste of salt.
- Prepare 20 ml of palm oil.
- Prepare 3 of knorr seasoning cube.
- Prepare 100 g of periwinkle.
- It’s 1 of small onions.
- Prepare 1/2 teaspoon of uziza seed powder.
- It’s 5 pieces of cow tail.
- Prepare 1 of medium sized yam.
In multiple world regions, other unrelated root crops are also referred to as Yam. For example, in the united states, the orange-fleshed sweet potatoes are often referred to as Yams, and in Japan, konjac corms are often referred to. Seafood Okra Soup gives you the chance to add all the possible seafoods: fish, shrimps, prawns, crabs, lobster etc to your Nigerian Okra Soup. I prefer chopping so they are still visible in the soup.
Sea food with Okro soup and pounded yam step by step
- Wash, season and boil the cow tail plus stock fish for 35mins.
- Add palm oil, crayfish, pepper, salt, seasoning cubes and cook for 10mins.
- Add uziza powder, prawn, periwinkle, chopped onions and cook for 15mins.
- Add chopped Okro and stir well, turn off heat. Cover the pot tight so the Okro can soften. Soup is ready.
- Cut, cook and pound yam for approximately 15mins.
You can blend or pound them in the mortar. After clearing my pounded yam, I picked a spoon and did justice to the soup. This soup is extra tasty as testified by all who ate it. It can be served with eba, semo, wheatmeal, amala and even This is really some tasty, mouth watering food. I love Okro and this is just too beautiful.