Colossians 3:13 says, Forbearing one another, and forgiving one another, if any man have a quarrel against any: even as Christ forgave you, so also do ye.
Understand something about forgiveness; it’s a tool; a marvellous tool for your own happiness. You don’t forgive others because they where so wrong, and you were so right, it’s got nothing to do with right and wrong. Rather it’s something you do for your own happiness.

Today’s post is about “NSARA” this is one popular food eaten by people from the eastern part of Nigeria. Its also another name for white soup, and its eaten mostly by Pregnant women.

i. Water
ii. Cray fish
iii. Cow skin
iv. Beef/Goat meat/Cow intestine
v. Pepper (enough)
vi. Salt
vii. Isam (without shell)
viii. Seasoning cube
ix. Stock fish
x. Utasi leaf
xi. Onion
xii. Achi (small quantity)

1. Cut the beef/goat meat/cow intestine, into medium size, clean the cow skin, cut the stock fish and remove the bones, gills and intestine from the smoked fish, wash and add them into a clean sauce pan, add seasoning cube, pepper much, salt, onion, isam and a cup of water for steaming, set a heat and place the pan on heat for 10-15minutes.
2. Add more water to the stock (desired quantity), add small amount of achi, cray fish, more pepper to taste, seasoning cube and salt, allow to simmer for 3minutes.
3. Add the utasi leaf (when add the leaf use you hands to shred it), allow to extra 2minutes.

Bring it down and serve with any swallows.

N/B: Add enough Pepper to the soup, because that’s what determines the taste.

Ensure all recipes are to taste.

Rooms for all questions and comments are all opened.

Happy new week to you all my esteem readers.


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