HOW TO COOK OGBONO SOUP


Ogbono Soup
Seriously, this is one of the easiest Nigerian soups and it is extra deliccous ! My mom always says her reason for not eating ogbono os that she can never stop-she must always go for more, and more. I agree. When I make Ogbono, I eat it all day till it finishes and the kind of bowls of eba I will finish will put the fear of God in you-it's worse when I use Amala.

Like I said, the recipe is simple without all the senrenren of stock fish (I don't like it) and dry fish (I didn't have any)  Ogiri (I don't like that too lol)...HOWEVER, with even Chicken alone, this soup is finger-licking delicious, it's unbelievable! One tip I'll give you: Crayfish is magical in ogbono-be very generous with it.

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11 comments

  1. ogbono is easy to prepare,the reason why i dont store dry ogbono is because it changes smell with time.sis yemmie you didnot add stock fish,roasted fish,periwinkle,ponmo den Ogiri for that sweet smell.

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  2. Best blog by far, and so far my guilty pleasure. Just a question on the soup. I noticed you did not ad dry dish or stockfish to your soup. Is this a personal preference?

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  3. Well done! I love it when you post recipes

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  4. Wow! This is a new way and a bargain. We love the pleasures of life at a bargain at u-wantit.com

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  5. Ogbono soup with fresh mackerel is just something else. The soup is so simple but looks appealing.

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  6. can you please post here, not only video video all the time.....lol....love you loads

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  7. Enjoying your blog so much, from your profile, you love cooking,but does not love washing up, who does the dishes for you?

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  8. I love you , love your blog,your a great personality, your making marriage and motherhood so sweet and easy,from your profile you love cooking, and doesn't like washing up,who does the home cleaning for you and how do u manage your time blogging, being a mother ,shopping, etc

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  9. Hi sisi Yemi, I'm a South African lady who is dating a Nigerian man. I'm trying to learn how to prepare most of the dishes since I also enjoy them. I love your blog, it's very influential and informative. My request is that you try to type the recipes on the blog since it can't be easy to be watching the video and cooking at the same time. I have a recipe book that can use additional new tasty meals like that...Thanks

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