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    Green Shades of Afang Soup 4th day of Valentine Cooking

    Have you ever thought about precolonial love? If we had never been exposed to pasta Alfredo or even Jollof rice what would we consider “romantic food”. Well in my opinion, nothing says ‘I love you’ more than Vegetable soup in this case Afang soup with an assortment of meat, snails, tripe and fish. For that

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    Ogbono Soup

    I was blog trolling one saturday afternoon and came across Kitchen butterfly’s ogbono soup pictures and holy moly I could not stop thinking about Ogbono soup that day. The next day I ran to the african store and started stocking up on things I needed for this amazing dish. I was literally singing all the way

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    Efo Riro Nigerian Soup Recipe with Pounded Yam

    Efo riro is a traditional yoruba dish served in many homes that are not always from the Yoruba culture. It is sometimes served at different important occasions in Nigeria. This is the staple vegetable soup in some parts of Nigeria. What makes this soup interesting for me is the ability to eat it as a stand alone meal

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    Okro Soup Recipe | Ila Alasekpo | Otong Soup

    The Yorubas call it Ila Alasekpo, the Efiks call it Otong soup, Others might just call it okro with spinach. Once i posted the photo of the meal, lots of people asked for the recipe so here it is. Ingredients 2cups of Okro Beef Dry Fish Honeycomb Tripe Cow Skin Cow foot 2 cups of

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    How to Make Gbegiri (Beans) Nigerian Soup – Feyisope Akinyosoye

    When some people think of beans, they assume there are only few ways you can make it. Gbegiri is soup made from beans and it is easy to make and very tasty. This is a traditional Nigerian recipe that is specific to the Yoruba People. Many Nigerian Soups have their variations. Gbegiri is on of

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    How to Make Afang Soup

    Afang Soup is a nutritious dish that is served mostly in the Southern and Eastern part of Nigeria. This soup is typically associated with the Efik tribe in Nigeria amongst other dishes like; Edikang Ikong, Afia efere, Efere Abak etc. The people of the Efik tribe are located mainly in Cross River State and Akwa-Ibom State.

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    Edika-Ikong: Chef of the week: David Nsa

    Edika-Ikong Ingredients stock fish dried fish (I grilled fish) crayfish spinach kpomo(cow skin) beef or chicken snail if desired seasoning(salt, maggi, curry and thyme) palm oil onions grounded pepper Method #Wash the necessary ingredients -boil the beef, kpomo and stock fish add seasoning and onions. #Check if the kpomo is soft at intervals and add

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