Ogbono Soup By Chef Lola’s Kitchen

Ogbono Soup By Chef Lola's Kitchen

 

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Ogbono Soup By Chef Lola's Kitchen
Yields6 Servings
Prep Time5 minsCook Time30 minsTotal Time35 mins

Ogbono soup is a delectable Nigerian concoction soup common to most Nigerian Tribes, especially Igbos and Yorubas

Ogbono Soup is super easy to prepare. It’s a thick and hearty stew made with Ogbono seeds (wild mango seeds) loaded with meats and fish simmered in a light delicious broth. When Ogbono is cooked it has a mucilaginous (slimy) texture like cooked Okra and Jute leaves (Ewedu). This is a stew and not a soup in the real sense but we call it soup anyways!

 4 cups stock Beef or Chicken
 Meat Tripe, cow skin or Fish of choice
 1 cup Cup Stock Fish
 salt to taste
 2 stock cubes
 Ugwu Kale or Collard Greens
 ¾ cup Periwinkle
  cup Palm Oil


Ingredients

 4 cups stock Beef or Chicken
 Meat Tripe, cow skin or Fish of choice
 1 cup Cup Stock Fish
 salt to taste
 2 stock cubes
 Ugwu Kale or Collard Greens
 ¾ cup Periwinkle
  cup Palm Oil
Ogbono Soup By Chef Lola’s Kitchen

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