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Edikang Ikong is one of NIgeria's most popular soups for good reason. Giving you the best of both worlds in terms of taste and nutritional benefits, you cannot afford to not learn how to make this. Follow 1QFoodplatter : www.1qfoodplatter.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/1qfoodplatter Twitter: www.twitter.com/savouryqueen Instagram: www.instagram.com/1qfoodplatter
Ofada Stew (Ayamase) Recipe: How to Make Ofada Stew- Designer Stew http://www.jotscroll.com/forums/15/posts/141/how-to-make-ofada-stew-and-rice-ayamase-designer-stew.html Ofada stew recipe or ofada sauce is arich peppery sauce made with combinations of pepper, assorted meat and locust beans. This simple stew is usually paired with ofada rice or unpolished brown rice( ofada rice and stew). Ofada rice is a sweet and tasty delicacy with bit of traditional flavours; ofada stew is the best stew serve with this rice, however, yam, plantain and other rice dish like basmati goes well with this sauce as well. Ofada stew is also known as ayamase stew or designer stew; it can be prepared with green bell pepper, with red bell pepper or even with the combinations of both. Bleached palm oil is also an important ingredient for making ofada stew as it is used for frying of the veggies and it adds some nice fragrance to the sauce as well. Locust beans or Iru is a type of fermented spice, it is commonly used as a taste enhancer in soups, sauces and stews and this adds some pleasant aroma to ofada stew. Ofada stew ingredients 1. (5 large green bell peppers (green Tatashe) 2. 4 large red bell peppers (optional) 3. 2 medium red onions, thinly chop 4. 3 Scotch bonnet peppers (Ata Rodo) 5. 1 kilo of assorted meat (goat meat, beef shaki and Ponmo 6. boiled eggs, as desired, optional 7. 3 Tablespoons locust beans (Iru) 8. 1½ cups palm oil 9. 1 tablespoon of ground crayfish 10. 1 cup of stockfish or dried/smoked fish 11. 3 seasoning cubes (maggi) 12. Salt to taste The above is ofada stew video please watch to the end. SUBSCRIBE to may CHANNEL (Onyx Food Hill): youtube.com/onyxfoodhill
Egusi Soup (Fried method) Egusi soup is my husband's favorite soup and for that reason, it is one soup that you will likely see in my freezer most times. I have made it in so many different ways and frying the seed to expose the nutty yet sweet flavor is the best way to get to his heart with it.Frying egusi seed for the soup can be a daunting task and can be a kitchen nightmare for some people. In this video, I share with you my simple yet detailed step by step ways and tricks that I make this soup. Full Ingredients list: 3 cups ground egusi seed 1 cup ground crayfish ¼ cup ground cayenne/dry pepper 1 teaspoon salt (for the meat) 3 tablespoon dawadawa 2 knorr cubes(or 2 tablespoon knorr powder) preferably meat flavor. 2pieces dry fish (+/- to your desire) 1 handful Ugu(pumpkin) leave 2 Handful Bitterleaf 4 piece plum tomatoes 2piece habanero/scotch pepper 2 medium-sized red onion Assorted meat of choice (I used about 2-3lb goat meat with skin and 4 pieces of cow foot) 5 ladle spoonful Palm oil. I would love to hear from you. Your challenges with this recipe? How you make yours? Your success with this? Please leave your comment below. Also, let's hang out on Instagram and do tag me with the photo of your attempt: @veeluvstocook_ Lastly, If you don’t get it at your first. Don’t beat yourself up, try again as failure only occur when you give up. Stay joyful…. Track: CØDE - Duck Face [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/-cWkoBJuu-k Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/DuckFaceYO Song: Elektronomia - Vitality [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Video Link: https://youtu.be/IS9azbb9hSA Download Link: http://ncs.io/Vitality
This dish is one of the easiest breakfast recipe you can think of...kids love it, adults love it and I am pretty certain that you will love it too! Let me know what other breakfast recipes you will like to see. Get the full recipes http://zeeliciousfoods.com/fried-plantain-and-egg-frittata/ http://zeeliciousfoods.com/baked-plantain-and-egg-frittata/ Follow us on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/zeeliciousfoods/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/zeeliciousfoods Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zeeliciousfood/
Learn how to prepare Afang soup, a native delicacy of the Efik people in Cross River State of Nigeria. This delicacy can be eaten with Eba, Fufu, Amala, Pounded Yam Etc.