Soup

MIA KUKA

OUR SPIRITUAL FOOD
“A NEW HEART”
Ezekiel 36:26-27 says, A new heart also will i give you, and a new spirit will i put within you: and i will take away stony heart out of your flesh, and i will give an heart of flesh. And i will put my spirit within you, and cause you to walk in my statutes, and ye shall keep my judgements, and do them.

Here is one of the popular dish of the people of the northern region. The dish is called “MIA KUKA”

RECIPES
i. Blended Kuka (powder)
ii. Seasoning Cube
iii. Beef (or meat of your choice)
iv. Salt
v. Pepper
vi. Onion
vii. Dry fish

PROCEDURES
1. Prepare the beef, wash it very well alongside the fish, add in a sauce pan, add seasoning cube, salt and pepper to taste, add onion and allow on heat for 5-10 minutes.
2. After steaming the beef and the fish, get the blended Kuka, add it into the well steamed recipes bit by bit, then you stir it while you are still adding the blended Kuka.
3. When the Kuka which you added into the stock seems a little bit thicken, stop adding the Kuka, allow to simmer for as long as it appears that the soup is a little draw. Then the soup is ready for serving. HAPPY COOKING!

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5 thoughts on “MIA KUKA”

  1. Hello Faraday’s Candle, Kuka is a seed gotten from a baobab tree, it is commonly eaten in the Northern part of Nigeria. It Originated from Southern and Eastern part of Africa. It can also be use as a thickener in other dishes and it can not be replaced when preparing Mia Kuka.

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