Efik White Soup This is an oil-less soup native to the Efik people of Nigeria. It is similar to Ofe Nsala which is native to the Igbo people. The difference in spices used in cooking sets it apart from Nsala. While it's not white in the true sense of the word, the name alludes to … Continue reading Afia Efere
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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
Owo soup is native to the people of the Niger-Delta. It’s eaten by the Delta people, Urhobos, the Bini’s and more people in the riverine areas. You will find slight variations in recipes from one ethnic group to another.
Lord knows how much i enjoy eating Ekpang Nkukwo. You see there is something about food that is made with a lot of love and attention to detail. As a foodie, the first time i learnt of Ekpang Nkukwo i was intent on trying it out. Growing up i couldn't stand any meal made with … Continue reading Ekpang Nkukwo