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Edikang Ikong Soup (Vegetable Soup) by Lilian Nke

Edikang Ikong Soup (Vegetable Soup) by Lilian Nke

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Edikang Ikong Soup is a highly nutritious, delicious, and savory vegetable soup natively prepared using ‘ugu’ (the native name for fluted pumpkin leaves) and Malabar spinach (locally called waterleaf in Nigeria). 

This soup is almost exclusively eaten with a fufu or other form of ‘swallow’ (another local slang for any of the collection of local starch-based mounds eaten as a side with one of these soups).

RatingDifficultyIntermediate
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Yields10 Servings
Prep Time20 minsCook Time45 minsTotal Time1 hr 5 mins
 200 g Water leaves/lamb lettuce
 500 g of assorted meat
 Stockfish(optional)
 Smoked fish
 250 ml palm oil
 Periwinkles(optional)
 2 stock cubes
 1 medium sized onion
 salt to taste

Ingredients

 200 g Water leaves/lamb lettuce
 500 g of assorted meat
 Stockfish(optional)
 Smoked fish
 250 ml palm oil
 Periwinkles(optional)
 2 stock cubes
 1 medium sized onion
 salt to taste
Edikang Ikong Soup (Vegetable Soup) by Lilian Nke

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