Delicious Food Afang soup with pounded yam undoubtedly is one of my favorite nigerian food. Its easy to make Afang soup with pounded yam. Yam, salt, ugu, waterleaves, crayfish, fresh pepper, cow leg, okpei, oil. Peel and cut the yam and boil when is soft, pound until no lump is found. put in a plate. Cut and boil the cowleg well seasoned. amd no stock in it wash and slice the waterleaves pour inside with oil and cook untill the.
So Yummy Afang soup with pounded yam Nigerian Cuisine
Any nice soft drink would be a welcome addition. Afang Soup is the Nigerian soup prepared with the wild leaves known as Okazi. If you need a leafy nutritious soup, then you should go with Afang Soup. You can simply cook Afang soup with pounded yam in 9 ingredients and only 3 steps. Here is cooking guidance how you can easily make that.
|You need of Yam.|
|About of Salt.|
|Prepare of Ugu.|
|Approximately of waterleaves.|
|It’s of Crayfish.|
|About of Fresh pepper.|
|About of Cow leg.|
|Take of Okpei.|
|You need of Oil.|
The Nigerian Afang Soup, like the Edikang Ikong soup, is native to the Efiks, people of Akwa Ibom and Cross River states of Nigeria but enjoyed. Afang Soup is a nutritious soup made with Afang leaves/Okazi leaves,water leaves&assorted meat. Learn how to cook this Rich soup. Afang soup is one of the richest and somewhat medicinal vegetable soups of the Efiks/Ibibios in Nigeria.
|Peel and cut the yam and boil when is soft,pound until no lump is found.put in a plate..|
|Cut and boil the cowleg well seasoned.amd no stock in it wash and slice the waterleaves pour inside with oil and cook untill the water reduces,crayfish,pepper,salt,okpei and star cubes.when all is well cooked blend the ukazi in stir very well cook for a while and finally is the ugu..|
|Ugu should not be much stir very well and soup is ready..|
The Igbos' have a similar soup known as Okazi soup. So much protein swimming in the soup😀. What are you having for lunch? Afang soup, native to the Efik and Ibibio people of Nigeria is a delicious Calabar vegetable soup made with Afang leaves and a leafy vegetable called It is great with Eba, pounded yam, ground rice, oat fufu, and lafun. I do not prefer Afang with softer textured fufu like amala or elubo (a yam based fufu).