Staple meals within the Nigerian eating regimen embrace: peanuts or ground-nuts, yams, cassava, fish, rice, okra, bananas, guinea corn and millet, and palm nuts.
They’re often starchy and Nigerians like to prepare dinner with quite a lot of pepper and spices particularly these from the southwest and southeast. This recipe makes use of all native components to create a tasty and nourishing meal.
Floor Egusi seeds give this soup a novel colour and taste. If you cannot discover Egusi seeds in your retailer, you’ll be able to substitute pumpkin seeds or Pepitas which yow will discover in Latin American grocery shops. This soup is thickened with flour floor from seeds of gourds, melons, pumpkins, and squashes, a lot of that are native to Africa.
200 g Water Leaves
50 g Egusi seeds
1 teaspoon Dry Floor Crimson Pepper
1 medium Onion
100ml Palm Oil
10g Dry Floor Crayfish
120g Contemporary Tomatoes
Salt & Pepper to style
Wash the water leaves effectively in clear, contemporary water.
Liquidise or pulverise the onions, tomatoes and egusi seeds till clean.
Add the dry floor pepper and fry in palm oil for 5 minutes.
Add the water, put the lid on and prepare dinner for 5 minutes.
Now add the water leaves, exchange lid and prepare dinner for an additional 5 minutes.
Lastly, add the crayfish and seasoning, warming by effectively.
Serve with pounded yam or cooked rice and a meat stew, to offer protein.
Alternatively, serve with eba, fufu or any appropriate carbohydrate.
With due to the individuals of Nigeria who made us welcome and instilled in us a love of conventional Nigerian meals.