Brown Beans

Brown Beans

This is a sweet kind of beans used for Moi-Moi or bean cake(Akara). Brown Beans are Ewa-oloyin in Yoruba.

Bitter Leaf

Bitter Leaves
Bitter leaf (Ewuro in Yoruba or Vernonia). It can be bought fresh or dried. It is sour to flavor, however very delicious in stews or together with Egusi soup.

Cocoyam

COCOYAM

Cocoyam or Tannia or Taro is a starchy shrub use in thickening vegetable soups and within the making of Fufu.

Crab

CRABS

Crabs often make a delicious garnish to Nigerian vegetable soups. You can reduce the pincers off and remove the intestines with a knife.

Crayfish

CRAYFISH

Like crabs, crayfish/lobsters are other delicious additions to soups for that delivered crunchiness.

Ewedu (Jute)

EWEDU (jute)

Ewedu, Jute leaves, or Saluyot is an iron wealthy sparkling vegetable, much like spinach. It is cooked until slippery then served with tomato and pepper stew to present a natural richness

Ginger

GINGER

Ginger, tomatoes, onions, small chili pepper, yellow pepper, garlic & red peppers blended collectively are the essential ingredients you need to make your red pepper stew.

Goat Meat

GOATMEAT

Although just like a lamb, Goat meat is far healthier, and it has far less fat than chicken while being higher in protein and iron.

Locust beans

LOCUST BEANS

Fermented locust beans or Iru in Yoruba enhance the flavor of soups like ogbono or Ewedu. They are smelly smelling and have to be freeze for storage. The aroma makes vegetable flavor scrumptious.

Melon seeds (Nkpuru Egusi)

MELON

This is the main factor in making Egusi.

Okra

OKRA

Okra or gumbo is one of the most not unusual African vegetables. It is often loved as a soup
thickener and very slippery. Do no longer keep okra for too long (three days max) and use it while clean.

Palm kernel

PALM OIL

Palm kernel is the fruit seed of the palm fruit, a source of unrefined palm oil.

Periwinkle

PERIWINKLE SNAIL

The not unusual periwinkle is an edible small sea snail with a thick shell—a choice addition to garnishing all kinds of vegetable soups. Scent leaf or Efirin in Yoruba is a condiment, just like basil.

Green bananas

60% RIPE PLANTAIN

Green bananas are bananas used for plantain, which are only 60% ripe. They make a healthy and delicious porridge dish.

Irish Potato

IRISH POTOTOES

Irish potatoes contain 2 percent protein and 18 percent starch, and it protects your body from developing colon cancer and helps facilitate digestion.

Scent leaf

SCENT LEAF

Scent leaf or Efirin in Yoruba is a condiment, just like basil.

Shrimps

SHRIMPS

Along with crabs, periwinkles, and crayfish, shrimps are another instance of a delicacy you can add to enhance the richness of your cooking.

Smoked Fish

SMOKE FISH

Like the dried variety, Smoked fish is far healthier than sparkling fish and greater succulent in taste. You have to soak them in water for at least 2hrs to cause them to tender.

Spinach.

It is cooked until slippery then served with tomato and pepper stew to present a natural richness.

Stockfish

Dried stockfish or panela in Yoruba is quite costly but very tasty. The taste is vibrant and fleshy; it additionally has a cute aroma in food, particularly

Ugu

Ugu or pumpkin leaves are a vegetable favored by the Igbo humans of Nigeria. Use it for cooking Edikai Ikong or uploading it to Egusi or Ogbono soup for
a delicious taste.

Yam

Garden Egg

Yam is a noticeably nutritious tuber plant this is very rich in carbohydrates and can also be boiled, mashed or pounded

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