Ogbono Soup (or Apon) by AbiGlobalFoods

OGBONO SOUP (OR APON) 1


Ogbono (Ibo) or Apon (Yoruba) is the seed of the African wild mango (Oro). The seed is dried and then milled with some crayfish in order to make Ogbono soup powder. This is by far one of the easiest and fastest Nigerian soups to prepare. You can choose to make use of your preferred protein – Beef, dried fish and fresh fish all make great accompaniment to the soup.

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OGBONO SOUP (OR APON) 1
Yields4 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time30 minsTotal Time45 mins
 1 cup Ogbono seeds – blending in a mill will give you around 1 3/4 cups
 1 big handful of Okra
 1 handful of chopped Uziza leaves (hot leaf) – are you a little surprised?
 ½ cup Iru fermented locust beans
 1 wrap of Ogiri – fermented oil seeds. Still surprised?
 500 g 1 kilo of Assorted Meats
 1 cup Shredded smoked fishyou can use Eja Osan, Eja Sawa or simple Eja Kika
 1 cup of smoked large prawns
 1 medium sized Stock fish
 Periwinkle– (optional)
 2 Red bell Peppers – Tatashe
 4 pieces of Ata Rodo – scotch bonnet/habanero pepper
 2 cooking spoons of Palm oil


Ingredients

 1 cup Ogbono seeds – blending in a mill will give you around 1 3/4 cups
 1 big handful of Okra
 1 handful of chopped Uziza leaves (hot leaf) – are you a little surprised?
 ½ cup Iru fermented locust beans
 1 wrap of Ogiri – fermented oil seeds. Still surprised?
 500 g 1 kilo of Assorted Meats
 1 cup Shredded smoked fishyou can use Eja Osan, Eja Sawa or simple Eja Kika
 1 cup of smoked large prawns
 1 medium sized Stock fish
 Periwinkle– (optional)
 2 Red bell Peppers – Tatashe
 4 pieces of Ata Rodo – scotch bonnet/habanero pepper
 2 cooking spoons of Palm oil
Ogbono Soup (or Apon) by AbiGlobalFoods

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