Tasty Ogbono Soup By The Pretend Chef

Tasty Ogbono Soup By The Pretend Chef

Ogbono soup is one of the universal soups we have in Nigeria. Kids usually have their first introduction to “swallow” using ogbono soup. This is due to its mucilaginous nature—the ease with which it slides down the throat, its lack of obstructive ingredients and its simplicity in taste.

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Tasty Ogbono Soup By The Pretend Chef
Yields1 Serving
Prep Time15 minsCook Time40 minsTotal Time55 mins

The superior, flavourful ogbono is the kernel of the seed of the bitter ugiri fruit. The smell is distinctly richer and bolder than that of the seed of sweet ugiri fruit . It is very mucilaginous (very drawy) so a little goes a long way and the taste is very earthy, rich with a hint of sweetness.

 Meat
 Dry fish
 Stockfish
 ½ cup palm oil
 ½ cup ground ogbono
 3 cups stock + water
 ¼ cup chopped onions
 3 scotch bonnet (fresh pepper)
 2 seasoning cubes
 Salt
 1 cup shredded ugu vegetable

Ingredients

 Meat
 Dry fish
 Stockfish
 ½ cup palm oil
 ½ cup ground ogbono
 3 cups stock + water
 ¼ cup chopped onions
 3 scotch bonnet (fresh pepper)
 2 seasoning cubes
 Salt
 1 cup shredded ugu vegetable
Tasty Ogbono Soup By The Pretend Chef

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