Soup

NATIVE SOUP (RIVER STATE SOUP)

OUR SPIRITUAL FOOD
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Welcome back to this recipes segment, in today’s article i will be giving us recipes and procedures on “How To Make Native Soup (River State Soup)”.

This delicacy is one of the popular dish eaten by the people of River state. I bet you, if you have a taste of this dish you would lick out your hands just like my friend did. I happened to prepare this meal few days back, precisely 4days ago unknown to me that some group of my friends where coming for visit, so this was the dish i had to serve them. They couldn’t help licking their hands i felt so ashamed but on the other hand was glad they enjoyed it, so i decided to share with you all this wonderful meal for the weekend. Sit back relax while i give you guide on how to go about it.

RECIPES
i. Isam (Periwinkle)
ii. Palm Oil
iii. Onions
iv. Pepper
v. Offor/Achi
vi. Crayfish
vii. Seasoning Cube
viii. Salt
ix. Water
x. Ngolo
xi. Shrimps
xii. Kpomo (Cow Skin)
xiii. Uziza
xiv. Stockfish
xv. Dryfish
xvi. Meat
xvii. Mgbe

PROCEDURES
1. Steam your meat with onions,pepper and seasoning cube.

2. Clean your shrimps, Mgbe and ngolo (by take off the back of the shrimps), Steam the ngolo, Mgbe, shrimps and kpomo for a few minutes( to be half done).

3. When the meat is soft enough, add in the stockfish, dryfish, little bit of palm oil, crayfish, pepper to taste, onions, seasoning cube to taste then cover to steam for 5-8minutes.

4. Keep checking the stuffs so it doesn’t stick to the pan, when the palm oil is well mixed, add in the half done shrimps, kpomo, mgbe and ngolo, stir properly and cover again for extrac 3 minutes then you can now add in the uziza leaf, cover for a minute or less after that turn off the heat.
And Your Rivers Native Soup Is Ready For Consumption. Enjoy With Any Swallows Of Your Choice!

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