How To Cook Egusi Soup – See The Easy & Fastest Way To Do It
Egusi soup is my favorite soup on the list of all Nigerian recipes Here, i could remember one day my mother cooked it i couldn’t hold myself i had to beg her for more reload even i felt i should say is ok i continued disturbing her for more.so this particular soup is easy to cook, i think is the most easiest soup to cook fast and furiously Hahahaha! don’t mind me and my expensive jokes huh!!
So you want to cook Egusi soup like i said earlier it is my favorite soup and also it’s very easy to cook for most of you that are too lazy to spend an hour cooking a single soup, Egusi soup should not take less than 54 Minute to complete.
(This Is 5 – 10 people)
8-20oz. or of picked water leaves.
1/2 cigarette tin of egusi
1/2tabelspoon of ground peppers
1 tablespoon of locust bean
1 large onion
1 cigarette tin or Half pint of oil
10 pieces of meat the size of a small egg or 1 stockfish and dried fish too
Maggi and other seasoning.
1 Wash water leaves thoroughly to remove sand and grit
2 Prepare the meat Wash once in cold water, place in a pot with some salt and put over heat.
3 Grind egusi, onion and locust bean on a clean grindstone or grinding machine.
4 When the meat is dry add about 1 pint of cold water and continue to cook for another few minutes.
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6 Steam water leaves in a saucepan. Turn on to a wooden board and cut in pieces.
7 Add the chopped water leaves to soup. Then add egusi and leave to cook for another 5 minutes.
If you intend to use dry shrimps it is also a good idea you can cook it separate or add it to the soup to boil together.
You can use bitter leave if you want to.
Serve hot in a vegetable dish and pounded yam or Amala, Semovita.