HOW TO PREPARE OHA SOUP WITH FUFU
Oha soup with fufu is an Eastern meal from Nigeria it’s very delicious and highly spiced it’s primarily served with Fufu or Eba.
- -A handful of Oha leaves
- -6 Oziza leaves
- -2 ½ cooking spoon of Palm oil or palm kernel nuts
- -Ten portions of Cocoyam
- -½ ounces Crayfish
- -eight Snails 1-ounce Stockfish
- -Ibo land Ogiri (locust beans)
- -250g Assorted meat
- -Cowskin (pomo)
- -1-ounce Periwinkle
- -6 Yellow peppers
Boil the palm nut and Cocoyam. Allow softening for 25 mins.
Extract the palm nut oil earlier than adding to a thick pan. Allow to heat for two mins with a few slices of onion.
Peel the returned of the Cocoyam with your hands. Quickly add in the palm oil to melt, then a small quantity of water and pounded yellow pepper.
Add the Crayfish, Stockfish, snail, ogiri (locust beans), cow skin (Pomo), Periwinkle and seasoning. Allow cooking dinner for 15 mins.
Stir and then allow the Cocoyam to melt inside the soup. Cocoyam serves as a thickener within the soup; however, if too thick, add a few waters.
Add the Oha leaves. Do no more extended chop/slice with a knife; however, use your hands to tear it into the soup.
Add the Oziza leaf (you may chop/slice the Oziza with a knife). Leave all to cook for 5mins then stir. Taste the seasoning (adjust according to taste).
Serve oha soup with Fufu or Eba.