Lumpy type Egusi Soup I love lumpy Egusi soup. You know that type, that is chewy and almost feels like you are biting into an egg? Yum! I have two bitter leaf plants in my garden, that have grown that have grown to tree size, and there is a pleasure I derive from going to… Continue reading Bitterleaf Egusi Soup
Egusi Ijebu Egusi Ijebu is peculiar for its light and almost runny consistency and it is cooked without vegetables. Growing up my mum cooked this variant along with the variant cooked with vegetables. Interesting my husband prefers his Egusi without vegetables while I like it vegetables. Recipe 1 1/2 cups ground Egusi (Melon Seeds)Assorted Meats… Continue reading Egusi Ijebu
Yesterday i got my favorite type of fufu, from Oja Odan in Ogun state. So i ditched the traditional Sunday Pounded yam or Fried rice and we had fufu instead, and egusi of cause to go with it. Recipe 2 cups Egusi (Melon Seeds) Assorted Meats (Cowleg, Goat meat, ponmo, offals) Assorted Fish (Stock fish,… Continue reading Egusi Soup
A picture they say, says a thousands words, unfortunately it does not express the fragrance or taste. If it did, you'd know how I feel about this plate of Egusi Soup. It tastes and smells good to the last drop! I wish we explored our local spices and flavours a little more then we would… Continue reading Egusi Soup; With a burst of flavours.