Nigerian Egusi Soup by All Nigerian Foods

Nigerian Egusi Soup

This is a comprehensive recipe for the best kind – egusi soup with lumps… the kind you only get to eat when you visit a 5-star restaurant or hotel 😀

Like I stated on the introductory page; Egusi (melon) soup is the most popular of all Nigerian soup. On this page, I also included a video recipe for this soup and then a list of some other Nigerian soups that are in the same category as this yummy soup.

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Nigerian Egusi Soup
Yields3 Servings
Prep Time20 minsCook Time50 minsTotal Time1 hr 10 mins
 2 kg Meat of choice (beef, chicken turkey, goat meat, or assorted meat)
 2 Dry fish (about two medium sizes)
 1 cup 1 cup of Ground Osu(optional)
 a good quantity of washed bitterleaf
 3 cubes of knorrmaggi or other natural sweetener
 250 ml of palm oil
 2 l of water
 Salt and pepper to taste.
 1 medium size Stock fish head (okporoko) (optional)
 Ogiri or dawadawa or opkei (local ingredients) optional

 

Ingredients

 2 kg Meat of choice (beef, chicken turkey, goat meat, or assorted meat)
 2 Dry fish (about two medium sizes)
 1 cup 1 cup of Ground Osu(optional)
 a good quantity of washed bitterleaf
 3 cubes of knorrmaggi or other natural sweetener
 250 ml of palm oil
 2 l of water
 Salt and pepper to taste.
 1 medium size Stock fish head (okporoko) (optional)
 Ogiri or dawadawa or opkei (local ingredients) optional
Nigerian Egusi Soup by All Nigerian Foods

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