Yam Pepper Soup is a South-South delicacy that can certainly be referred to as comfort food. It is perfect for cold days, as it leaves you feeling refreshed and warm. The rich mix of spices gives a delicious taste that is authentic to the African cuisine.
-½ kg of yam, diced.
-500g Goat meat, cut into chunks
-1 medium sized fish (Catfish or Croaker), washed and cut into pieces. (Optional)
-2 tbsp of ground Crayfish
-1 big onion, chopped
-Scent leaves, a handful
-Utazi leaves, as desired
-Uziza leaves, (Optional)
-Peppersoup spice, as desired
-Ground pepper, (if desired)
-2 seasoning cubes
-Salt to taste
How To Prepare
and cook for about 15 minutes on low heat. Set aside to later use.
rinse. Peel and cut the plantain into three pieces then – set aside.
3. Place all the local spices in the dry part of the blender and grind for a few minutes.
the burner and allow to boil for about 5 minutes. Add 1-2 tbsp. of the
ground spices, uda, crayfish, pepper and crushed seasoning. Stir and
taste the soup. Leave to cook further till you start to perceive the
liquid into another plate. Pour red palm oil into a small clay bowl and
eat the yam and plantain or the yam/plantain could be dipped in the oil
and eaten while the ukodo liquid is sipped like pepper soup.
Sisiyemmie’s video tutorial will serve as a guide.