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Ekwang ( Ekpang Nkukwo ) By Africanbites

Ekwang also known as ekpang nkukwo is a traditional Nigerian and dish native to the Efiks and Ibibios. It is also widely enjoyed in Cameroon and very popular with the Bakweri tribe in It is made of freshly grated coco yam, then wrapped in leafy greens and slowly simmered with various types of fresh or smoked meat, fish, crayfish, red oil and other spices depending on the cooks preference until cooked to perfection.

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Yields1 Serving
Prep Time1 hrCook Time1 hr 5 minsTotal Time2 hrs 5 mins
 4 pounds cocoyam
 45 bunch leafy greens cocoyam leaves, collard greens, spinach, romaine lettuce
 ½ pound boiled meat beef
 12 cups dried fish
 ½ cup ground crayfish
 ½ medium onion chopped
 1 ½ cups palm oil /red oil
 1 tbsp bouillon granules / Maggie
 1 tbsp ground country onions optional
 1 tsp white pepper
 1 scotch bonnet pepper or any hot pepper optional
 1 tsp bitter leaf optional
 Salt and pepper to taste

Ingredients

 4 pounds cocoyam
 45 bunch leafy greens cocoyam leaves, collard greens, spinach, romaine lettuce
 ½ pound boiled meat beef
 12 cups dried fish
 ½ cup ground crayfish
 ½ medium onion chopped
 1 ½ cups palm oil /red oil
 1 tbsp bouillon granules / Maggie
 1 tbsp ground country onions optional
 1 tsp white pepper
 1 scotch bonnet pepper or any hot pepper optional
 1 tsp bitter leaf optional
 Salt and pepper to taste
Ekwang ( Ekpang Nkukwo ) By Africanbites

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