|Mushroom draw soup with dry catfish and cow skin|
manage to swallow a little, so that space is reserved for Christmas day Rice. Eating rice today and Wednesday may lead to beri beri ( A disease common among rice eating people. This was the definition of beri beri in one of my Primary School TextBooks back then, LOL!).
This draw soup was cooked using our vegetable draw soup recipe. The only difference is that here I added just a few ugu leafs, very sparingly and added mushrooms too without periwinkles. Mushrooms can be added to any soup of your choice but I love them in draw soup with lots of crayfish. Try mushrooms with okra soup , or okro without meat or ugu vegetable soup and see how you'd lick your fingers.
I like fresh mushrooms but couldn't find them this time so I used two cans of whole mushrooms. Not a meat fan so I didn't bother since no one indicated interest when I talked about making my mushroom draw soup. The only child that wanted said she was only interested in the mushrooms so I cooked my normal way with only meat stock without the chunks of meat. You can add any meat of choice to yours.
This was served with pounded yam. It goes well with any swallow of choice.
|Boiling ogbono soup|
|A tiny tiny plate of ogbono soup|
|Sizzling hot draw soup waiting for pounded yam|
|My delicious mushroom ogbono soup|
|Yummy draw soup so inviting|
|Well Cooked ogbono soup|
|Tantalizing draw soup|
|Draw soup with pounded yam for my baby|
Enjoy your Sunday before Christmas!