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Abacha African Salad

Abacha Ncha is a Nigerian delicacy indigenous to the Igbo tribe. It’s usually garnished & served with utazi (a slightly bitter leaf), dry or fried fish.

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Yields1 Serving
Prep Time30 minsCook Time10 minsTotal Time40 mins
 2 cups Palm oil
 1 Seasoning cube
 1 tsp ground Ehu seeds (Calabash Nutmeg)
 2 Dry Pepper, ground
 1 tsp Ogiri
 1 potash “Akaun”(powdered)
 1 large sized Pomo / Kanda (cow hide)
 4 Handfuls Abacha
 1 cup Ugba (Ukpaka)
 4 tbsp Crayfish “ground” – Optional

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Ingredients

 2 cups Palm oil
 1 Seasoning cube
 1 tsp ground Ehu seeds (Calabash Nutmeg)
 2 Dry Pepper, ground
 1 tsp Ogiri
 1 potash “Akaun”(powdered)
 1 large sized Pomo / Kanda (cow hide)
 4 Handfuls Abacha
 1 cup Ugba (Ukpaka)
 4 tbsp Crayfish “ground” – Optional

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Abacha African Salad

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