Egusi Soup – Lumpy Yoruba Style By 9jaFoodie

Egusi Soup – Lumpy Yoruba Style By 9jaFoodie

Egusi is one the most widely consumed soups in Nigeria, it’s prepared by most tribes. Egusi is ground up shelled melon seed. Its dry milled and combined with a little water to form a paste. The paste is then combined with seafood and cows meat to make the soup.

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Egusi Soup – Lumpy Yoruba Style By 9jaFoodie
Yields4 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time45 minsTotal Time1 hr
 1 cup chopped spinach
 1/2 cup pepper sauce
 1 tsp salt (to taste)
 ¼ cup ede (Dried shrimps) (Optional)
 Precooked meat and fish – choice quantity

Ingredients

 1 cup chopped spinach
 1/2 cup pepper sauce
 1 tsp salt (to taste)
 ¼ cup ede (Dried shrimps) (Optional)
 Precooked meat and fish – choice quantity
Egusi Soup – Lumpy Yoruba Style By 9jaFoodie

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