One hourRecipe category
500g Assorted meat, beef or goat
1 Big bunch oha leaves
8 Seeds uziza seeds
3 Tablespoons ground ofor, upkor (ibaba)
1 Stockfish, 1 medium size
4 Medium sized dried fish
3 Tablespoons ground crayfish
3 Seasoning cubes
Ogiri, dadawa or okpei to taste
Wash, season and boil meat, stock fish for about thirty minutes.
Plug Oha leaves from the stalks, cut all the leaves with hand into two equal parts before washing them and set aside
Grind crayfish, uziza seeds, pepper, and traditional ingredients and keep them aside for later use
Pour the palm fruit extract into the boiled meat, or just add water to the meat if you are not using palm fruit extract and add palm oil to the content.
Add the ufor, upkor into the content and allow to dissolves completely.
When the thickener has dissolved, add crayfish, pepper, oziza seed, and dressed dried fish, seasoning cubes, and all other ingredients and leave to boil for about ten minutes on a medium heat.
Add Oha leaves, stir, taste for seasoning and leave the soup to simmer on a heat for three to minutes and put off heatRecipe yield
Oha soup is delicious and it can be enjoyed by everyone.About
Usually prepared by cutting the vegetable into half, oha soup is also known as efere Nkpa by calabar people.
However, oha soup it is a special and tasty delicacy in the southeastern parts of Nigeria (Igbos).