Hello everybody, it’s John, welcome to our recipe page. Today, I’m gonna show you how to make a distinctive dish, bitterleaf soup my way. One of my favorites. This time, I’m gonna make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.
Bitterleaf soup my way is one of the most favored of recent trending foods in the world. It is simple, it is quick, it tastes yummy. It is appreciated by millions every day. They’re fine and they look wonderful. Bitterleaf soup my way is something which I’ve loved my entire life.
Bitter-leaf soup is a robust West African soup, predominant in countries like Cameroon, Nigeria and Ghana. This dish is neither a There are so many ways to prepare this dish however; bitter leaf needs to take center stage. True to its name bitter leaf is very bitter. Bitter Leaf Soup Recipe: How to Cook Bitter Leaf Soup with Cocoyam (Ofe Onugbu).
To begin with this recipe, we must first prepare a few components. You can cook bitterleaf soup my way using 13 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.
The ingredients needed to make Bitterleaf soup my way:
- Take Bitterleaves
- Make ready Banga/palm fruit
- Take Cow tail
- Get Dry fish
- Take Stock fish
- Prepare Cocoyam for thickening or you can use achi or ofor
- Prepare Ogiri
- Get Dry pepper
- Get Uziza seed
- Prepare Onions
- Take 3 knorr cubes
- Prepare Crayfish
- Make ready to taste Salt
Today I will be showing you how to make bitterleaf soup using cocoyam. In this video, i will show you how to prepare a delicious Eastern Nigerian soup(recipe) prepared with bitterleaf. Although its called bitterleaf but the. Bitterleaf soup - Ofe onugbu (as the Igbos like to call it) is very delicious and also comes third on my list of Nigerian popular soups.
Steps to make Bitterleaf soup my way:
- Before you cook your Bitterleaf - - Make sure that the bitter leaves are well washed, such that there is no trace of bitterness left. If not, wash and squeeze it more. If the bitterness cannot be completely washed off (which is usually the case with most washed bitter leaves sold in the market), boil it for about 15 minutes and wash in cold water.
- Boil the cow tail till it\’s soft to chew, add your stock fish and dry fish cook till they are well done, add three knorr cubes Then set aside
- Wash and cook the cocoyam till soft. Remove the peels and use a mortar and pestle to pound the corms together with your uziza seedto a smooth paste
- Boil the palm fruit for 20 to 30 minutes, pound with a mortar and pestle, transfer into a bowl, add water and extract the juice using a sieve
- 5. Boil the juice for about 15 minutes till it becomes thick.
- Add the dried fish, stock fish,grounded crayfish mix, precooked meat, ground pepper and salt, Cocoyam in small lumps and ogiri to taste.
- Cover the pot and leave to cook on high heat till all the cocoyam lumps have dissolved. You can add more water if you feel that the soup is too thick.
- Add your Bitterleaves, cover and allow to cook for about 3mins. Stir together and your soup is ready.
- NB : If you are outside Nigeria, you can use dried, washed and squeezed bitter leaves but you need to first of all make the bitter leaves soft and fresh again before adding them to the soup. - - If you cannot buy cocoyam corms where you live, you can use cocoyam flour. An alternative to cocoyam flour is potato flour
Although its called bitterleaf but the. Bitterleaf soup - Ofe onugbu (as the Igbos like to call it) is very delicious and also comes third on my list of Nigerian popular soups. This soup is popular because it could be made in more than five different ways by different ethnic groups in Nigeria. See recipes for Egusi and bitterleaf soup, Bitterleaf soup too. How Bitter Leaf is effective for various diseases is listed in repertory format.
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