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5 Ingredient African Salad Abacha by All Nigerian Recipes

5 Ingredient African Salad Abacha by All Nigerian Recipes

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This version of African Salad Abacha is very easy to make. It's an Igbo recipe that requires lots of ingredients, however, with only 5 ingredients we can make it so delicious that you and your loved ones will enjoy in minutes.  It is basically prepared with cassava.

Enjoy your Abacha with chilled palm wine for the full effects.

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Yields6 Servings
Prep Time25 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time45 mins
 AbachaAbacha (the ingredient) is made from cassava. The cassava tubers are cooked till done then sliced with a special grater. The sliced cassava is then soaked in cold water overnight, washed thoroughly and dried under the sun.
 Salt
 Water
The 5 ingredients:
 1 Red Onion
 Onions
 Smoked fish
 Garden Egg Leaves (altenative spinach)
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5 Ingredient African Salad Abacha by All Nigerian Recipes

Ingredients

 AbachaAbacha (the ingredient) is made from cassava. The cassava tubers are cooked till done then sliced with a special grater. The sliced cassava is then soaked in cold water overnight, washed thoroughly and dried under the sun.
 Salt
 Water
The 5 ingredients:
 1 Red Onion
 Onions
 Smoked fish
 Garden Egg Leaves (altenative spinach)
5 Ingredient African Salad Abacha by All Nigerian Recipes

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