How are we doing?
Here’s a video clip of how I made this egusi soup.
Below is also a pictorial presentation, just incase your MB isn’t smiling at you. 😍
Ugu (or saint leaf or any vegetable of your choice)
Do not forget your stock fish like I did when I went to the market!
- Pound your pepper
- Add the crayfish to the grounded pepper and pound
- Add the ogiri Okpei to the grounded pepper and crayfish and pound
- Pour the egusi to a bowl, add a little water, mix and cut into small balls
- Wash and per-boil your meat
- Slice your bunch ugu leaf
- On a clean pot add the amount of palm oil that will be enough for your food.
- Add Akparata and stir
- Add your balls of egusi and fry a little bit, add water.
- When it’s boiling, add the ingredients (meat, magi, salt, (pounded pepper, crayfish, ogiri okpei)) and allow to boil more.
- Use your spoon to smash/break the egusi balls and allow to boil more.
- Add your vegetable, allow to simmer.
- YOUR EGUSI SOUP IS READY!
Therefore do not let anyone judge you by what you eat or drink, or with regard to a religious festival, a New Moon celebration or a Sabbath day. These are a shadow of the things that were to come; the reality, however, is found in Christ. Colossians 2:16-17