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How To Cook Eweta (Marugbo) Soup

Step by step on how to cook the popular Yoruba black soup called Marugbo aka Eweta In Nigeria, notably Ondo state, the majority of Yoruba tribes prepare and consume Marugbo, also known as Eweta or Black soup, which is incredibly therapeutic.  The Yoruba people of western Nigeria make this soup for expectant mothers because it has a healing and purifying impact on the digestive tract. The Marugbo leaves, basil (also known as efirin in Yoruba language), and spices used in the Ikale people of Ondo state’s preparation of this soup give it both flavor and therapeutic properties.  People eat it with pupuru, a local swallow made from processed cassava, or sip this soup as medication. Ingredients 15 marugbo leaves (can be replaced with Marugbo leaf...

How To Cook Pepper Soup Jollof Rice

Step by step on how to easily and quickly cook delicious Pepper Soup Jollof Rice You are not Nigerian enough if you don’t like Rice. In the majority of Nigerian homes, it is one dish that is offered on Sundays and other days.  The rice is so well-liked that a jollof war breaks out between Ghana and Nigeria. The winner has not yet been determined, though.  Once more, the winner depends on the diner’s palate and the chef’s dexterous talents. It has been investigated in methods to be cooked or refurbished to keep it fresh in most kitchens because it has a regular manner of appearing. ...

How To Cook Beans Soup aka Gbegiri

Lovers of good food, here is the step by step on how to cook Beans Soup aka Gbegiri Many households in Nigeria like eating beans, which are a basic food.  Nigerians are experts at utilising anything to its fullest potential, that much is certain. Nigerian beans may be eaten in a variety of ways, Beans Soup aka Gbegiri being only one of them.  Follow this recipe to make Beans Soup aka Gbegiri. Beans Soup aka...

How To Make Nigerian Puff Puff

Step by step on how to make delicious Nigerian puff puff Puff puff need no introduction to Nigeria, Nigerians, or anyone in general in West Africa.  Though it is a simple dish with a few inexpensive ingredients, don’t let its ease deceive you about how wonderful it is. Few individuals are able to resist their charm. INGREDIENTS 600g all-purpose flour 10g fast action yeast 150g sugar (use as desired) ½ tsp salt...