Nigerian Okra Soup With Tomato Stewed Chicken, Fish

 a serving of okra soup with stewed chicken and fish
Dear Diary,
This soup is very easy to cook and fast too. First,
 I made sure that  was done with cooking the chicken  and making  eba, before facing the okra soup.
It was super duper delicious! The aroma, sweet, the taste... heavenly.

Cooking Steps For This Okra Soup And Chicken:

  1. The washed, salted chicken is put in a fry pan with some chopped onion. The heat is turned on.
  2. It boils, begins to look dry, so I add some vegetable oil by the sides of the pan, cover for four minutes, checked and turned the chicken over, added a little stew before covering to simmer.
  3. Chicken boils for another four minutes before the pan is put in the microwave oven for five minutes. Chicken is turned over and left for another five minutes before bringing out of the oven and putting on paper to drain oil
  4. Back to the soup: 
  5. Washed and bone picked fish, seasoning, salt, crayfish and pepper are put in a pot with some water, slowly brought to a boil.
  6. I checked for salt before adding the stewed stock from the fry pan to the pot. checked again for salt and seasoning, Cover and bring again to a boil
  7. Finally I add the chopped okra with some chopped onion, covered for four minutes and turned off the heat.
  8. Served with soft garri..
 salted chicken in a fry pan
 chicken sizzles, is flipped over
Ingredients For This Okra Soup And The Chicken:
  • Fresh okra
  • 5 Chicken parts
  • vegetable oil
  • some stew
  • fish
  • crayfish
  • pepper
  • onion
  • 2 knorr seasoning cubes
  • salt
  • water


 stew is added to the chicken
 fry pan with chicken is put in the microwave oven
 chicken cooks and fills the chicken with sweet aroma
 Cooking Steps For This Okra Soup And Chicken:
  1. The washed, salted chicken is put in a fry pan with some chopped onion. The heat is turned on.
  2. It boils, begins to look dry, so I add some vegetable oil by the sides of the pan, cover for four minutes, checked and turned the chicken over, added a little stew before covering to simmer.
  3. Chicken boils for another four minutes before the pan is put in the microwave oven for five minutes. Chicken is turned over and left for another five minutes before bringing out of the oven and putting on paper to drain oil
  4. Back to the soup: 
  5. Washed and bone picked fish, seasoning, salt, crayfish and pepper are put in a pot with some water, slowly brought to a boil.
  6. I checked for salt before adding the stewed stock from the fry pan to the pot. checked again for salt and seasoning, Cover and bring again to a boil
  7. Finally I add the chopped okra with some chopped onion, covered for four minutes and turned off the heat.
  8. Served with soft garri..


 microwaved chicken is ready to be served
 chopped okra with some chopped onion
 fish, crayfish, seasoning cubes, pepper and salt in a pot of water
 the chicken stewed stock is added to the boiling pot
 okra is the last ingredient that enters the pot
 a small portion of fufu with the draw okra soup
 hot chicken drying up in a strainer
 fresh okra soup with chicken looking for an eater 
 The eba was too big, couldn't clear the chicken, I prefer  many smaller pieces of chicken, meat, to a BIG part. Large pieces of meat kind of turn me off
Again, all I can say about this meal is super Duper Delicious!
Enjoy your lunch!
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20 comments:

  1. Queen....6:14 PM

    Oh ma goodness.. I'm not a fan of anything that draws but God knows I'll devour this without looking back... I should try it some time..

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    1. I like that it's so healthy too.

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  2. Teacher or Cook! I beg to give you a combined honourary award. Okra is one food I enjoy any day. I love the touch of chicken to it. I'll do like you this evening sha.

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    1. I wholeheartedly accept! Thanks Debby. Enjoy your dinner o.

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  3. Shayor10:52 PM

    And she features my best soup!!! i just learnt a new method! Thank you very much Eya! I'm so grateful for this blog! *hugs*

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    1. Thank you Shayor! I appreciate your regular visits and the way that you leave comments after reading.

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  4. Looks so yumm, hmm hmm

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  5. Queen Bee1:59 PM

    This soup looks really tempting!.....I am about to abandon my sunday fried rice!haha!
    U are too much Eya,I have always known this recipe but never paid attention to it cos d soup usually turns out boring,but this is different.I am making it ASAP!

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    1. Thanks Queen Bee, please make and enjoy it.

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  6. Anonymous2:10 PM

    Thank God there is okro in my fridge....ok moving to the kitchen l8r

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  7. sophistik8 makeovers2:58 PM

    I noticed u didn't add oil, also I alwys grate my okro, can't it be achieved if I grate it? Or I rather chop wit knife, hoping to hear frm u soon cos dis is my dinner today

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  8. You can grate, but please try not to over cook the okro.
    No I didn't add palm oil, there's vegetable oil in the stewed chicken.

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  9. Yummy! I had this with fufu on Sunday! But mine was with stewed beef.

    What's your take on adding utazi (I think, or uziza - I always get them mixed up. It's the leaf with the aroma). I like to add this to okro too cos of the taste and aroma. What other soups can one add it to?

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  10. I add uziza (hot leaf) sometimes too. It gives the soup a rich hot and spicy taste.
    I can add uziza to draw soups, white soups and porridges. It just spices them up in a way.

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    1. Adele5:06 PM

      Yes, Uziza! Thanks. The aroma and spicy taste does it for me cos I love spicy food.

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  11. Awwwwww am so hungry now! Can't wait to leave the office! Run to the market and back home to cook this!

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  12. i just love the look of okra and this looks yummy. Really loving your blog.

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