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Egusi Soup (Vegan and Oil-free) By The Veganri

Egusi Soup (Vegan and Oil-free) By The Veganri

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Featuring the wildly enjoyed West African egusi seeds, this high-energy, high-protein soup has crumbly tender texture intertwined with a luscious rich taste. It ideally complements whole grains and earthy root veggies. This version is vegan and oil-free.

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Egusi Soup (Vegan and Oil-free) By The Veganri
Yields3 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time40 minsTotal Time50 mins

Egusi Soup (melon soup) is the most popular soup in Nigeria. If you have never tried it, then you are truly missing out!  Coarsely ground up egusi seeds thickens the soup and at the same time creates a crumbly tender texture with highly pleasant rich taste.  Rich in protein and healthy fats, egusi soup complements hearty whole grains and earthy vegetables. 

 3 fresh roma tomatoes chopped
 1 scotch bonnet pepper (habanero)
 1 red bell pepper chopped
 3 cloves of garlic peeled
 1 large onions chopped
 1 tbsp paprika
 1 tbsp dry thyme
 1 bunch Spinach or dark green vegetable of choice
 1 cup mushrooms optional
 Salt to taste

Ingredients

 3 fresh roma tomatoes chopped
 1 scotch bonnet pepper (habanero)
 1 red bell pepper chopped
 3 cloves of garlic peeled
 1 large onions chopped
 1 tbsp paprika
 1 tbsp dry thyme
 1 bunch Spinach or dark green vegetable of choice
 1 cup mushrooms optional
 Salt to taste
Egusi Soup (Vegan and Oil-free) By The Veganri

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