Vegetable leaves are an important part of Nigerian foods, especially soups and stews. They are used in almost all soups as an accompaniment to carbohydrates and served as a side dish. One of Nigeria’s most popular and widely consumed leafy vegetables is Efo Tete, also known as Nigerian amaranth leaf or green leaf. The leaf […]
Efo oriro is a famous Nigerian soup originating from the Yoruba people in the southwest of Nigeria. This soup is full of nutrition and flavour with different ingredients to create a tasty and delicious made with greens, meat, fish, and palm oil. The soup is popular among the Yoruba people and is now enjoyed nationwide.
Afang soup is a well-known, nutritious dish in Nigeria, particularly among the Efik and Ibibio people from the south-south region. It consists of two types of green leafy vegetables, afang leaves and water leaves, and a selection of meats, seafood, palm oil, and spices. This soup is an excellent source of protein, vitamins, minerals, and
If you are a fan of seafood, you will love fisherman soup. This is a delicious and nutritious soup that is made with a variety of fish and other seafood, as well as vegetables and spices. It is a popular dish in many parts of the world, especially in coastal regions where fishing is a
Ofe Akwu, also known as palm fruit soup, is a delicious and nutritious Nigerian soup famous in the eastern and southern parts of the country. It is made from the extract of palm fruits, which are boiled, pounded, and sieved to obtain a thick, creamy liquid. Ofe Akwu is usually cooked with meat, fish, spices,
Nsala soup, or white soup, is a delicious and nutritious soup famous in Nigeria, especially among the Igbo, Efik, and Ijaw ethnic groups. It is a soup made without palm oil, unlike most other Nigerian soups, and it has a unique flavour and aroma that comes from the spices and herbs used in its preparation.
Atama, also known as bush apple leaf or editan leaf, is a tropical plant that belongs to the Rubiaceae family. It is native to West Africa, especially Nigeria, where it is widely used as a vegetable and a medicinal herb. The leaves are dark green and oval-shaped, with a distinctive aroma and flavour. They are
Atama soup, also known as Abak Atama, is a mouthwatering and nutritious dish that originates from the Efik and Ibibio people of southern Nigeria. It is a type of palm nut soup that is flavoured with Atama leaves, also known as bush apple leaves. Atama leaves are green and aromatic leaves that have a slightly
Editan leaf is a vegetable plant that is widely used in the preparation of a traditional soup called Editan soup. The soup is popular among the Efik, Ibibio, and Annang ethnic groups in Nigeria, especially in the Cross River and Akwa-Ibom States. The leaf is obtained from the plant Lasianthera africana, which belongs to the
If you’re familiar with the Efik and Ibibio people of Cross River and Akwa Ibom State, you’ll know that they have the best variety of soups in Nigeria. If you haven’t tasted or heard about Editan soup, the soup may sound mysterious, but it’s worth knowing that the soup is exotic and delicious. This soup