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How to prepare Okro Soup (Naija style)

Okra soup is one of the most popular Nigerian soup, I like this soup because it is very easy to prepare and likely the cheapest soup in Nigeria.
I remember making a pot of (Okra) Okro soup with just two hundred and fifty Naira, (10 years ago)… more like a one dollar soup.
I used frozen fish, Okra and some other ingredients to prepare the soup, then you could buy a good frozen fish with just forty or fifty Naira, I am talking about the “good old days”.
Okra soup is one of the most common soups eaten by the people of Igbo, often it is combined with ogbono for best result, you can learn more here about making Nigerian Ogbolo(ogbono) soup.
There are several reasons why I like this soups above other Nigerian soups, the most outstanding reason being that kids love it, I learned that the best way to introduce eba or fufu to kids is to serve with Okra or ogbolo soup, this way it would be very easy for them to swallow, I have tried it and found that it works perfect.
Sliced okro, cleaned roas…

How to prepare Egusi (Melon) Soup

Egusi soup is unarguably the most popular Nigerian soup, learn to make two of the most popular recipes for (ofe egusi) in Nigeria, you will also learn about all the ingredients used in making them.
Like I stated on the introductory page; Egusi (melon) soup is the most popular of all Nigerian soup. On this page I also included a video on making this delicious recipe and then a list of some other Nigerian soups that are in the same category.
There are two different Egusi Soup recipes that I know about, I will write about the most popular recipe and then the second would follow somewhere down the page.
The picture you find above is a delicious plate of egusi soup, served with fufu. Ingredients Includes
Some are required while very few are optional.
Meat of choice 2kg (beef, chicken turkey, goat meat, or assorted meat) Assorted meat is a combination of different parts of a cow
4 cups of egusi (melon) Dry fish (about two medium sizes) 1 cup of ground crayfish 1 cup of Ground Osu (optional…

Celebrate with the children

Every child is your child, give them your best.