Delicious Ogbono Soup By Nigerian Lazy Chef

Delicious Ogbono Soup By Nigerian Lazy Chef

Who doesn’t love Ogbono soup. If you don’t then ahhh you are missing out on a delicious delicacy

What is Ogbono. Ogbono, also known as Apon is gotten from the wild or bush mango. It is then dried and grinded into a smooth powder. According to some research these bush mangoes help in controlling hunger, lowers cholesterol and heps to control diabetis

RatingDifficultyIntermediate
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Delicious Ogbono Soup By Nigerian Lazy Chef
Yields8 Servings
Prep Time20 minsCook Time12 minsTotal Time32 mins

Ogbono soup reminds me of my mother and how she used to make it with all sorts of vegetables. I have a memory of her bending over a pot of ogbono soup, trying to make sure it tasted right.

For Meats!
 1 small boiler hen cut into small sizes
 ½ tbsp dry grinded chili pepper or red pepper flakes
 salt to taste
 1 tbsp crayfish
For Soup
 10 tbsp ground ogbono
 1 small boiler hen
 1 small smoked chicken
 3-4 medium sized pieces of smoked turkey
 2 large pieces of dry fish or 6 small pieces
 1-2 tbsps of dry grinded pepper or chili flakes
 80 ml palm oil
 2 tbsp crayfish
 1 disc of dawadawa(optional)
 3-4 cups water leaf or water cress leaves
 2 tbsp uziza leaves or spicy curry leaves
 salt to taste

Ingredients

For Meats!
 1 small boiler hen cut into small sizes
 ½ tbsp dry grinded chili pepper or red pepper flakes
 salt to taste
 1 tbsp crayfish
For Soup
 10 tbsp ground ogbono
 1 small boiler hen
 1 small smoked chicken
 3-4 medium sized pieces of smoked turkey
 2 large pieces of dry fish or 6 small pieces
 1-2 tbsps of dry grinded pepper or chili flakes
 80 ml palm oil
 2 tbsp crayfish
 1 disc of dawadawa(optional)
 3-4 cups water leaf or water cress leaves
 2 tbsp uziza leaves or spicy curry leaves
 salt to taste
Delicious Ogbono Soup By Nigerian Lazy Chef

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