Nigerian Catfish Pepper Soup (point and kill)

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   Catfish Pepper Soup a.k.a ''point and kill'' is another delicious Nigerian Pepper soup recipe. It is one of my favorite comfort food and is also easy to prepare.
   Catfish Pepper Soup is called 'point and kill'', because of how the fish is picked up at the local Nigerian market
   At the market, you'll be told to point out your fish of choice from a large bowl of tight swimming fishes; the catfish is then killed, wrapped up for you and ready for the kitchen.
 Interesting right?☺...Enjoy!

Ingredients for Catfish Pepper Soup(Point & Kill) Soup:
* 1 medium sized Catfish.
(use conger eel as substitute if you can't find catfish)
* 2 spoonful Ground pepper soup spices  
* Habanero/Chilli Pepper/ (to taste)
* 2 teaspoonful Dry Uziza/basil leaves (optional)
* 1 tablespoonful of ground Crayfish
*1 large Stock cube /1 tablespoon seasoning powder
*1 medium Onion bulb(chopped)
* Salt - to taste
*Water (as needed)



 


Preparation
* * If you don't have the pre- packaged pepper soup spices, you can prepare your own pepper soup spices  by following the recipe HERE.

*  Wash the catfish with lime juice or scrub with salt to remove the slimy/slippery coating on its skin. Then rinse thoroughly and cut into smaller pieces.

* Place in a pot, add enough water to cover the catfish, add onions, stock cube and salt to taste. Cook for 10 minutes .

*After 10 minutes, add the ground pepper, ground crayfish  and the  ground pepper soup spices, mix thoroughly and cook until the catfish is done cooking.

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* Add the uziza or basil leaves and simmer for 30 seconds.  Serve hot and enjoy.

Nigerian Catfish Pepper Soup(Point & Kill)  can be enjoyed alone as a side dish, or served as a meal, with boiled plantains, Eko (agidi), Agidi jollof, boiled yams and potatoes.


You can also check out other Nigerian Pepper Soup recipes, which includes; Goat meat pepper soup, assorted meat pepper soup and yam &fresh fish pepper soup.
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22 comments:

  1. I want , I want, I want, a definitely want ... you just sent me to the kitchen, wicked cook... you rock Nky :)

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  2. Looks really yummy,the recipe is easy, I'll be trying it soon. thanks.

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    1. Thanks dear and do let me know how it turns out.

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  3. Anonymous7:08:00 PM

    Can I use parsely, I can't find uziza leaves. Is it compulsory?

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    1. It adds to the taste but it is optional , and yes you can use parsley, but just add a little,

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  4. CAROLINE4:15:00 PM

    Thanks Nky, I've always wondered why it's called point and kill, very interesting indeed, I taught it was a defense mechanism of the fish, thank God it was not a jamb question, imagine the big F9 .LOL..

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  5. saint zizee2:36:00 PM

    Tot u add oil to pepper soup!!

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  6. Thanks so much for this! I stay in Ukraine, and I've been living on McDonald's, rice and spaghetti for up to a year now.

    Reading this brought back lots of nostalgic memories.

    And I learnt a lot of new things too!

    Looking forward to revamping my diet, starting with the Ofada stew! 😊

    God bless you for putting up the effort to create this wonderful blog.

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    1. Hi deare, good to have you here.
      I am so glad to be of help, and do let me know if you have any questions on any recipe here.

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  7. Anonymous12:43:00 AM

    I'll tell my frnds abt this app.

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  8. Rosemary12:40:00 PM

    Hin just tried this but I used fresh pepper and cent leaves. It's was really nice. Thanks.

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  9. I just try mine nw........sooooooooo yummy

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  10. I just tried my nw, woow soooooooo delicious...... tnx

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    1. Thanks for your lovely feeback Oyebuchi :)

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  11. Anonymous8:00:00 AM

    it would b unfair to enjoy the recipe and keep mute, I tried it in large quantity for this ileya celebration and BOOM. I love it, everyone loves it. thanks dearie.

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    1. You're welcome dear, thanks for your feedback

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  12. i fink ur d best dear

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