Okra Pepper Soup (Igbagba Ofofo) By My Active Kitchen

Okra Pepper Soup (Igbagba Ofofo) By My Active Kitchen
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Okra Pepper Soup (Igbagba Ofofo) By My Active Kitchen
Yields1 Serving
Prep Time10 minsCook Time30 minsTotal Time40 mins

The dish is called okra pepper soup, it is mostly eaten by the Uhrobo people in Nigeria. Seriously, a part of me should move to that side of the country mainly for their good food. Okra pepper soup is also called Igbagba Ofofo

This soup can be eaten with any type of swallow but traditionally, you eat it with starch and plantain or yellow garri and plantain. If you definitely like Okra, then this is another wonderful way to enjoy it and did I mention it’s healthy too, YES no oily ‘serenre’. This soup is ready under half an hour and I promise you it would be gone in 5 minutes.

 500 g okra chopped in chunks
 300 g muttonsubstitute with goat meat
 Smoked catfish fillets
 Few pieces of shrimps and any fresh fish washed and seasoned with salt
 2 pieces bay leaves
 ½ tsp rosemaryuse dried one
 Handful of basil substitute with scent leaves (efinrin)
 1 heaped tbsp pepper soup spice
 2 handfuls of uwgu chopped (I didn’t use any)
 Seasoning
 Cayenne Peppersubstitute with crushed chilli flakes

Ingredients

 500 g okra chopped in chunks
 300 g muttonsubstitute with goat meat
 Smoked catfish fillets
 Few pieces of shrimps and any fresh fish washed and seasoned with salt
 2 pieces bay leaves
 ½ tsp rosemaryuse dried one
 Handful of basil substitute with scent leaves (efinrin)
 1 heaped tbsp pepper soup spice
 2 handfuls of uwgu chopped (I didn’t use any)
 Seasoning
 Cayenne Peppersubstitute with crushed chilli flakes
Okra Pepper Soup (Igbagba Ofofo) By My Active Kitchen

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