Egusi and tuwo. Put your fried egusi together with the above soup cook them together for some minutes. Akpuruakpu Egusi : where the ground egusi is molded into balls and cooked in the soup such that you will be eating the egusi balls like meat while enjoying the meal. Egusi Soup (melon seeds soup) featuring tomato paste for a luscious look and great taste.
Najděte stock snímky na téma Nigerian Egusi Soup Served Tuwo Shinkafa v HD a miliony dalších stock fotografií, ilustrací a vektorů bez autorských poplatků ve sbírce Shutterstock. Egusi soup is a type of soup thickened with ground Egusi i.e. after the dried melon seeds must have been peeled and powdered in a grinding engine (usually a hand-operated one). Nigerian Egusi soup cooked with kpomo and dried fish. You can cook Egusi and tuwo using 14 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Egusi and tuwo
- It’s of Egusi.
- You need of Crayfish.
- You need of Stock fish.
- You need of Dry fish.
- It’s of Meat.
- It’s of Maggi.
- It’s of Maggi.
- You need of Palm oil.
- It’s of Salt.
- Prepare of Onion.
- It’s of Onion.
- Prepare of Onga.
- It’s of Curry.
- It’s of Ogu.
A delicious meal of pounded yam and Nigerian Egusi soup. Nigerian Egusi Melon soup served with white rice at restaurant. Egusi soup, also called melon soup is an absolute delightful delicacy enjoyed all over West Africa. Egusi soup or melon soup is made from the dry seeds of the melon plant closely related to squash.
Egusi and tuwo step by step
- Cook your meat and onion till your meat is done.
- Boil ur dry fish, and stock fish for 5 minutes.
- Fry your meat, stock fish, and dry fish and water, Maggi,onga and curry..
- Fry egusi with palm oil for 5 minute.
- Put your fried egusi together with the above soup cook them together for some minutes.
- Save with your tuwo.
Egusi Soup is a finger-licking good Nigerian soup made with a white variety of pumpkin seeds. Ground egusi (or pumpkin seeds) is the main ingredient. Other ingredients include red palm oil. Tuwo is also known as 'rice fufu' because it's made from rice rather than cassava. Popular among Nigerian dishes, egusi is what Nigerians call the seeds gotten from a Melon plant.