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Edikangikong

The Nigerian Edikang Ikong soup or simply Vegetable Soup is native to the Efiks, people from Akwa Ibom and Cross River states of Nigeria. It is a general notion that the Edikang Ikong soup is very nutritious and this is very much so. Prepared with a generous quantity of pumpkin leaves and water leaves, this Nigerian soup recipe is nourishing in every sense of the word.

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Category, Cuisine, Cooking MethodTagsDifficultyIntermediate
Yields4 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time30 minsTotal Time45 mins
 1 kg Pumpkin leaves
 500 g Water leaves (Talinum Triangulare)
 600 g Beef, Kanda, shaki and Dry fish
 Pepper, Salt and ground crayfish: to taste
 200 ml Palm oil
 1 tsp Periwinkle
 2 medium onions
 2 stock cubes

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Ingredients

 1 kg Pumpkin leaves
 500 g Water leaves (Talinum Triangulare)
 600 g Beef, Kanda, shaki and Dry fish
 Pepper, Salt and ground crayfish: to taste
 200 ml Palm oil
 1 tsp Periwinkle
 2 medium onions
 2 stock cubes

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Edikangikong

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