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Nigerian Soup Recipes
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Soups are those special sauces that accompany the major Nigerian food commonly known as Fufu. Fufu is a generic name for food you swallow during the eating process. Fufu is generally tastless and rely on the richness of the soups to make the meal delicious. It is common knowledge that Nigerians especially the Igbos from the eastern part of the country, must have at least one fufu meal in a day. This is why soups are very essential to Nigerian food recipes. All Nigerian soups can be served with Eba (Garri), Agidi, Amala, Semolina, Tuwo Shinkafa, Pounded Yam or Cassava Fufu.
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Gbegiri Soup is a Yoruba soup prepared with beans. It goes well with Amala when served with Ewedu Soup.
Ogbono Soup, also known as Draw Soup is the gelatinuous Nigerian soup that makes eating fufu recipes a breeze.
This farm fresh recipe is like a breath of fresh air. The simpler version of Okro Soup is a kiddies favorite.
Love catfish? Nsala soup is one of the easiest Nigerian soup recipes to prepare.
Discover the secret Pepper Soup ingredient so you do not have to go to exclusive restaurants to eat your favorite recipe.
Ground Egusi (melon) seeds are used to prepare this Nigerian soup recipe with an intercontinental taste. It has been known to be enjoyed by people from all parts of the world.
The Igbos from eastern Nigeria will tell you that this is their favorite soup in the world.
Edikaikong Soup: Loved by many, cooked by a few. Join the exclusive club of people who know how to cook this delicious soup.
If you can't get the ingredients to cook the Nigerian Edikang Ikong where you live, Efo Riro is the next soup to go for.
Check out this Nigerian fish pepper soup recipe and discover why you need to start pointing right now :)
Yes you can add okra to Ogbono Soup. Learn how to add more green vegetables to your Ogbono Soup.
Another nutritious soup recipe from Efik land, this time with the wild Okazi herbs.
The Nigerian Banga Soup, prepared with palm fruit oil extract and herbs, is low in saturated fats.
Change the vegetable in Bitterleaf soup to get Ora soup. They are so similar yet has different tastes.