Tag: Nigerian soups

Abak Atama

Abak Atama

Abak Atama is the version of palm nut soup, indigenous to the Efik and Ibibio people of south-south of Nigeria. It is also called Efere Abak Atama. Efere means soup, Abak means palm nut, Atama is the vegetable used to cooking the soup. The Delta people have Banga soup, the Igbos have Ofe Akwu. Fresh … Continue reading Abak Atama

Bini Owo Soup

Bini Owo Soup

When I shared the recipe for Owho Soup the Urhobo version, a facebook asked if I had tried out the Bini version. I told her I hadn't and I would love to. She sent me a couple of video links. And it was quite intriguing. The cooking method is different from that of the Urohobos. … Continue reading Bini Owo Soup

Groundnut Soup (Omisagwe)

Groundnut Soup (Omisagwe)

Since I learnt to make Groundnut soup, I can make it in my sleep. When i have a flu, i make it extra spicy Recipe 1 1/2 Cups raw (unpeeled, dehusked) groundnut 2 tsp Uziza Seeds 2 Dried Cameroon Peppers *Goat meat (personal preference) Stock fish Smoked Fish 1/8 cup of smoked prawns 2 tbsp … Continue reading Groundnut Soup (Omisagwe)