So Delicious Egusi/veg soup served wt fufu😉 must be our favorite nigerian cuisine. I will guide you to make Egusi/veg soup served wt fufu😉. Crayfish, pepper, egusi, achi, veg, palm oil, salt to taste. After steaming my meat, slice onion and veg. Pour the water of the meat into the pot, stir then add Maggi, Pepper, crayfish and onion.
Yummy Food Egusi/veg soup served wt fufu😉 Nigerian Dish
In my few years as a food blogger and Nigerian food lover, I have learned that different recipes exist across different Nigerian ethnic groups. You can serve with eba or fufu, in fact, any one of the Nigerian swallows will make a great combination. I do know a thing or two about Cameroonian food 😉 Maggi is soooo good, especially in soup! You can easily cook Egusi/veg soup served wt fufu😉 in 7 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is cooking guidance how you can easily make it.
|Take of Crayfish.|
|About of Pepper.|
|You need of Egusi.|
|It’s of Achi.|
|Take of Veg.|
|You need of Palm Oil.|
|It’s of salt to taste.|
Egusi soup is an appetizing soup to behold. Find out the many tricks of preparing this popular soup using the caking method. The Nigerian Egusi soup, prepared with melon seeds, is prepared by most tribes in Nigeria in The egusi soup is ready to be served with Garri (Eba), Semolina Fufu, Amala. Egusi soup is a popular West African soup.
|After steaming my meat, slice onion and veg. Put the pot on heat to fry up then pour oil, fry egusi with achi for 3-4 min,.|
|Pour the water of the meat into the pot, stir then add Maggi, Pepper, crayfish and onion, stir for awhile and add the amount of water you want..|
|Allow it to boil, then add vegetable, allow the veg to soak in well then stir then add salt to taste. Heat up 4 awhile and your soup is ready.|
Egusi soup is an exotic hearty food that will satisfy your taste buds. It is a staple in most West African home and it is an uncomplicated one pot meal that is often accompanied with swallows like Eba, Amala, Semovita, Pounded yam, Fufu, and the likes. Egusi (also known by variations including agusi, agushi) is the name for the fat- and protein-rich seeds of certain cucurbitaceous plants (squash, melon, gourd). Egusi soup is really not a soup at all, much more like a stew but it has superb flavor. I love trying new ingredients egusi seeds are delicous!