Eru by Precious Core

eru

Eru is a wild plant that is harvested from the forest in Cameroon. In Nigeria, it is called Ukazi or Afang. Natives of Cross Rivers State use it to prepare the famous Afang soup. Afang soup has a striking similarity to Eru but it is more "soupy' and the Eru is ground or pounded prior to preparation.

RatingDifficultyIntermediate
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eru
Yields3 Servings
Prep Time30 minsCook Time1 hrTotal Time1 hr 30 mins
 6 cups Eru
 3 bags/bundles of spinach/waterleaf
 23 lbs of meat/fish of choice(beef skin/canda, beef stripes, beef, goat meat, dried/smoked fish, stocked fish, snails, and/or others)
 2 cups crayfish
 3 cups palm oilplus half cup of canola (or groundnut) oil
 1 Habanero pepper (optional)
 Salt to taste

Ingredients

 6 cups Eru
 3 bags/bundles of spinach/waterleaf
 23 lbs of meat/fish of choice(beef skin/canda, beef stripes, beef, goat meat, dried/smoked fish, stocked fish, snails, and/or others)
 2 cups crayfish
 3 cups palm oilplus half cup of canola (or groundnut) oil
 1 Habanero pepper (optional)
 Salt to taste
Eru by Precious Core

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