Crayfish

Crayfish belongs to the superfamilies of Astacoidea and Parastacoidea. It breathe with the aid of gills and live mostly in brooks and streams where there is fresh water running with shelter against predators. They feed on living and dead plants and animals. They are edible crustaceans and are used in preparing soups and dishes. They are not kosher due to the absence of fins and scales hence are not eaten by Jews.

OFE AKWU AND RICE

OFE AKWU AND RICE

4 of 5 40 Minutes

Ofe akwu is a special local stew prepared with local spices and scent leaves which gives it a distinguishing taste and aroma. Give it a try.

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OFE AKWU

OFE AKWU

5 of 5 20 Minutes

Ofe akwu is a West African local stew prepared with palm kernel fruits and other ingredients.

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OGBONO SOUP WITH OKRO

OGBONO SOUP WITH OKRO

5 of 5 25 Minutes

Enjoy ogbono soup with okro! The soup is very easy to prepare, delicious and above all packed with loads of assorted meats to calm your taste bud.

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Bitter Leaf Soup

Bitter Leaf Soup

5 of 5 45 Minutes

Bitter leaf soup is a very special and delicious African soup. Although some people find the soup challenging to cook but on the contrary, it is not.

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Oha Soup

Oha Soup

5 of 5 45 Minutes

Oha soup is a super African soup especially when garnished with assorted meat, dry fish and stockfish.

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