Nigerian Soups,Stew&Sauces Recipes

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Ogbono and Egusi Soup combo

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 Coconut Curry Sauce (gravy) with Chicken &Vegetables
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banga soup, banga soup ingredients, banga soup 
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Vegetable and shrimp stir fry



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  Abak Atama Soup
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Nigerian plain Tomato Stew (Vegan Stew)
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Ofe Owerri Soup 



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How to Cook Okazi Soup (Ukazi Soup)

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Nigerian Pepper Soup
 
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Bitter leaf Soup (Ofe Onugbu) 
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Gbegiri /Miyan Wake
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How to Cook Afang Soup 
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Nigerian Chicken Stew
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Egg stew/sauce
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102 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:40:00 PM

    Do you know how to make Atama Soup?

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    1. O yes I do dear. It's almost the same method for Banga soup, but Atama leaves are used for the soup, recipe coming soon :)

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    2. Good day mrs Nky lily Lete. Please my name is louis mefor, i have a business proposal to make to you this is my email and number for details. omelsnet2008@yahoo.co.uk, +233540106459. On stand by

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  2. Do you know how to make egusi soup and ogbono soup without Palmoil?
    Where i stay, no availability of palmoil only vegetable oil is present.
    Anticipating your reply.
    Thanks

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    1. I have palm oil here where am staying, but I specialize in making Egusi soup with regular vegetable oil with a tin of tomato paste. Just try that.

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  3. Hi Olisa, you can use ''red stew oil'' in place of palm oil.
    This is the red colored oil that you get after frying your tomato or pepper stew.
    If you don't have already prepared stew, you can prepare a small stew using this method, http://www.nigerianfoodtv.com/2013/05/nigerian-tomato-stew-vegan-stew.html .Then scoop out the oil and use for your Nigerian soup recipes.
    You won't get the distinct ''palm oil soup taste'', but the ''stew oil'' is the closest you can get. Hope this helps :)

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  4. Anonymous2:11:00 PM

    Hi nky,please i need the recipe for edo black soup also known as omebe soup. will really appreciate if it joins the list above soon. Meanwhile, i love your website. keep it up!!!!!!

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    1. Anonymous5:16:00 PM

      Buy bitter leaf, native scent leave and peppers soup ingredient (eg atare, ataijosin, e.t.c) lastly fresh cat fish. Wash the bitter leaf to point that the bitterness is almost completely off. Add the scent and pepper soup ingredients ground everything together. You can sieve it if you want smooth blends if not pour it in the pot boil until it is dry to the level of thickness you want you soup to be then add salt,seasoning, lastly your properly washed catfish.

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    2. Thanks for the recipe dear :)

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  5. Anonymous4:08:00 AM

    Hi Nky please is it possible to have receipe for curry stew/soup?

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    1. Yes dear, I will upload the recipe this coming week :)

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  6. Anonymous12:55:00 AM

    Nky i must confess you are doing a great work here. remain blessed and may this site increase on all sides

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    1. Thank you so much dear, God bless you too :)

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  7. Anonymous10:15:00 PM

    I will love to try your recipe for fish and pepper soup with yam

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    1. You'll love it dear, give it a try :)

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  8. Helloo. I just found this site, it's amazing. I've been looking for a place to get Nigerian recipes for my school practicals. This site is perfect. xx

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    1. Hi Demilade, I'm so glad to be of help, do let me know if there's any recipes you'll love to see dear :)

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  9. I will love to try your recipe for fish and pepper soup with gari. this is a welcome site for food and nutrition students.

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    1. Hi Olatunji, you'll enjoy it, let me know how it turns out dear :)

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  10. Anonymous4:52:00 PM

    thumbs up, all ur menus are lovely and appetising. i love them all.

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  11. Anonymous4:55:00 PM

    Lily dear, is not proper to add butter in buns?

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    1. You don't need butter dear :)

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  12. Anonymous6:11:00 PM

    Wow u r really makin me complete woman , because ma family is very impress on how I cook this days.Thank Nky, continue your good work

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    1. Aww,Thanks sweetie, I'm so glad to be of help :)

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  13. Anonymous9:48:00 PM

    Thumbs up for you nikky

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  14. Anonymous5:26:00 PM

    I know how to cook vegetable, egusi, Edo black soup and lastly egbono, which I am already tired of cooking same soup. I just google to see if I can get any insight. This was how I got to this site. At the sight of the white soup it look good and I am try it right away. Thank you Nky. Cheers Juliana

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    1. Juli dear, new recipes are coming soon. I'm glad you've subscribed , so you'll be one of the first to know. Thanks for your patience Hun :)

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  15. I love ur recipes.... Good job

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  16. Anonymous9:04:00 AM

    Hi u are doing a great job

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  17. Anonymous12:56:00 PM

    Thx ma,u're doing a great job. Pls i need more information on the peppersoup spice urgently.

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  18. Anonymous12:56:00 AM

    Pls ma,do you have a recipe for seasoned chicken or fried chicken?

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  19. Anonymous4:52:00 PM

    You are doing a great job.

    Please can you post the recipe for curry sauce, that is the one wit coconut milk.

    Thank you. Ann

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  20. Anonymous10:13:00 AM

    Thanks so much

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  21. I commend you for this lovely initiative. its very informative. However, I feel not all Nigerian foods are included. We have other foods such as Miyan kuka , Miyan Taushe, Acha Pudding, Masa , Sinasir, Moringa and so many more. I think you should explore foods from other cultures for the list to have a complete Nigerian look. But kudos its a good informative website

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    1. Hi Aisha, thanks for stopping by.
      As you might have noticed, this website is a work in progress and I am taking the recipes, ONE AFTER THE OTHER, and hope to have all the Nigerian foods on this website.
      Sinasir and Miyan Taushe will be next, so stay tuned :)

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    2. Nky is really trying with all this recipes, I just saw Miyan Taushe, my kids love it.

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  22. Anonymous10:11:00 PM

    Do u know how to make white sauce?

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    1. Yes dear, recipe coming next week stay tuned :)

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  23. Anonymous1:05:00 AM

    Niky I'm very excited to try your recipes. I came online to search for Nigerian recipes and your site came up. I read the reviews and everyone seems pleased. If just recently started dating a Nigerian and of course would like to make dishes that he likes. Looking forward in making some of your recipes. Be blessed.

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    1. Hi dearie, thanks for stopping by. On the website, you'll find all the recipes you need to surprise and make your man happier :), I'm also a buzz away to help you if you ever need assistance with any recipe.
      Looking forward to your feedback and pics of any recipe you try . Stay blessed dearie :)

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  24. Anonymous1:19:00 PM

    pls i nid to know how to prepare egg stew or egg sauce for yam

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    1. ok dear, recipe coming soon :)

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    2. http://www.nigerianfoodtv.com/2016/03/egg-sauce-nigerian-egg-stew.html

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  25. Hi, can I have recipe for rivers native soup.

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    1. I'll have it up next week :)

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  26. Anonymous1:57:00 PM

    Thank you for this recipes now I can cook very well with this recipes merry Christmas to you

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    1. You're always welcome dearie, Merry Christmas to you too :)

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  27. Anonymous6:45:00 PM

    Nky god bless you at least now I can cook all these despite the fact am far from home...love you plenty

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    1. I'm so glad to be of help hun, do let me know if you ever need help with any recipe :)

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  28. Anonymous7:37:00 AM

    These recipes swept me home and bright back my wonderful childhood memories and meals! You are descriptive and accurate with the menus! Keep it up I can't wait to try these out and throw down like my mother.

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    1. I'm so glad to be of help dearie, good to have you aboard :)

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  29. Anonymous2:43:00 PM

    Pls I do I subscribe

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    1. go to the top of the page, just before ''featured recipes'', enter your email and subscribe.

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  30. Anonymous12:13:00 PM

    please i need recipe for buns, puff puff and doughnuts consumed in Kano state and other northern parts of Nigeria

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    1. check ''snacks recipes'' at the top of the page,.

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  31. Anonymous2:00:00 PM

    Pls I would like to know if it safe for me to dry and keep wgu leat for months cos I don't av access to fresh wgu leaf all d time where I stay.

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    1. yes you can store it for months, but make sure it is properly dried. You can also store the fresh ones in the freezer.

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  32. Anonymous6:57:00 AM

    Chukwu gozie gi nne

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  33. Victoria11:58:00 AM

    Thanks so much for these delicious recipes. I keep trying them one after another and they are so good. Pls can you tell me how to prepare garden egg leaves sauce with garden egg for eating yam. Thanks and keep it up.

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    1. Thanks for feedback dearie, garden egg sauce recipe is coming soon.

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  34. Anonymous9:40:00 AM

    You are such a blessing to our generation

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  35. Nky plsss add me via what's app+2348031560300 ,I want to learn more about cooking ,I will really appreciate if you do so hun

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  36. Anonymous10:18:00 AM

    Pls how do you make soup with groundnut?

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  37. Ummumuhammad8:16:00 AM

    Please give me some lunch recipes

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  38. Ummumuhammad8:18:00 AM

    Please give me some lunch recipes

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  39. Hi nky, please I'll like an upload of more vegetable mix sauces. Thanks

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  40. I need the recipe for boiled fish using tomatoes and peppers and a bouillon cube (I don't which bouillon to use) HELP

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    1. Hi Gloria, Check our fish stew recipe above.

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  41. Anonymous2:38:00 PM

    Please I need recipe for black soup and how to make it. Thanks

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  42. okoye ugo8:15:00 AM

    Good morning, God bless you for this beautiful site which you created to add more varieties to our cooking. We really appreciate you.
    Please wanted to find out if you have a recipe for garden egg stew?

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    1. Thanks Ugo, I'll have the recipe up soon.

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  43. Nky God will bless you for opening this, I have always wanted to learn how to cook, but was very shy to get the help from my friends, but now you've made everything easier for me.

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    1. Hi Destiny, good to have you here and I'm glad to be of help :)

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  44. Two things... How do I make the beef stock for the Egusi soup and second how do I clean and chop up my mackerel for the fresh fish?

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    1. Go to the egusi soup recipe page, Watch the video, and you'll see how the beef stock is made.
      As for the fish, cut crosswise into 3 or 4 pieces, depending on the size of the fish

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  45. Alexandra5:53:00 PM

    You are wonderfully amazing. Thank you

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  46. I need recipe for a soup I can prepare using mushrooms...any one?

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  47. I've learnt a lot from u. Thank u! I need lovely recipes for soups I can cook with mushrooms. Pls help

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  48. I've learnt a lot from u. Thank u! I need lovely recipes for soups I can cook with mushrooms. Pls help

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    1. Tbaby, all the soups here can be cooked with mushroom, but I'll have a special recipe up very soon.

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  49. Anonymous7:37:00 PM

    Enter your comment...Hi Nky u are doing a wonderful job keep it up

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  50. Hello Lily

    I just want to let you know that I cooked Egusi for the first time following your video with bitter leaf although I did not use the leaf since mine was dehydrated and the video I saw required alot of work to get the leaf ready. I used fresh collard greens, smoked ham hocks and beef chuck roast cut to bite sized pieces.

    It was deeeeeeelicious!


    My daughter said it was the best she ever had!
    Thank you

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