Miyan Kuka by Onyx Food Hill

Miyan Kuka is one the simplest northern soups, this soup is made using dried baobab leaves, the leaves are usually sun-dried and then grind into a powder consistency.

The baobab leaf then serves as a thickener for soup once it is dried. Miyan means Soup in Hausa while Kuka means baobab leaves.

RatingDifficultyIntermediate
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Yields4 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time30 minsTotal Time45 mins
 3 tbsp Kuka powder
 ½ kg beef
 3 cloves of ginger, crushed
 1 small sized ginger, crushed
 1 medium sized onion
 2 stock cubes
 2 Atarugu (scotch bonnet)
 1 cooking spoon palm oil
  Salt to taste

Ingredients

 3 tbsp Kuka powder
 ½ kg beef
 3 cloves of ginger, crushed
 1 small sized ginger, crushed
 1 medium sized onion
 2 stock cubes
 2 Atarugu (scotch bonnet)
 1 cooking spoon palm oil
  Salt to taste
Miyan Kuka by Onyx Food Hill

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