Okra Soup With Goat Meat And Stock Fish Served With Pounded Yam

Okra soup recipe
 Okra soup served with pounded yam
What I like about this okra soup is that because it's so fresh and tasty, you end

up eating more soup than carbs, which is healthy. After clearing my pounded yam, I picked a spoon and did justice to the soup. This soup is extra tasty as testified by all who ate it. 

It can be served with eba, semo, wheatmealamala and even starch. Even those who don't like okra soup enjoyed this particular one.


Boiling pot of okra soup
Nigerian Okra soup
 Smoking hot okra soup straight from the fire
Pot of Nigerian okra soup
A boiling pot of okra soup.




 INGREDIENTS FOR OKRA SOUP:
  • Fresh okra
  • Some green
  • Leafy vegetable
  • Goat meat
  • Stock fish
  • Smoked cat fish
  • Crayfish
  • Palm oil
  •  seasoning
  • Onion 
  • Pepper
  • Salt
  • Water

COOKING STEPS:
  1. I boiled the washed goat meat and stock fish with some chopped onion, salt and pepper. "No water added save that in the washed meat"
  2. When the pot is getting dry, I add some water, seasoning and salt to taste. Then a half dessert spoon quantity of palm oil and covered.
  3. After boiling until the meat and stock fish are a bit tender, I add some ground  crayfish and continued to cook.
  4. When the soup begins to feel and taste cooked, I ain't feeling the salt, so, I add some salt to taste before pouring in the chopped okro and just a handful of ugu vegetable.
  5. As soon as the okro boils ONCE, the heat is turned off.
  6. I served my okro soup with pounded yam, it can be enjoyed with semovita, eba, amala or even starch.
Okro soup takes like the shortest time to cook, so it is advisable to get your fufu ready before commencing the cooking of this soup. I love to chew okro, that's why I chop them this way. 
Dear Diary, if you do not like this pieces  in your soup,  chop tiny pieces or pound after chopping to make it even smoother.

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Comments

  1. chei... the title alone... then the photo? chei chei chei I can't afford to be hungry like this at this hour of the day. Eya o... keep your temptation far away from me warrisdis

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  2. Anonymous12/04/2012

    I love okro soup. Thanks for posting. Such a detailed and easy steps to make. Nice.

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  3. I love the combination of the goatmeat with fish in the okro soup. Thanks for giving the simple steps to making it.

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  4. Sister, sister! Why art thou tempting moi at this time of the day with such scintillating(if I may use the words) pictures? Hmm, not really an okro fan, but this presentation is tempting my taste buds o.

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  5. I cooked same just on sat! But mine was with chicken n stockfish! I love okro,used to be ma fav,and its sharp sharp cooking. I like grating my okro. Leaves it smaller and and not totally smooth. I grew up chopping them like yours sha cos ma mum loves to chew veggies.

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  6. This is really some tasty, mouth watering food. Thank you for sharing. I love Okro and this is just too beautiful.

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  7. Ahn ahn, this is temptation joor. This looks yummy and I'm so tempted to make some. I should try cutting my okro this way, I grew up eating grated okro tho'

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  8. looks good and I believe it tasted good too. I love okro, mine goes perfectly with a meal we call banku here in GH. I guess amona have me some okro soup diz aftanun for lunch onetym! hehehe...

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  9. I dont like okro but seeing it here is making me salivate

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  10. OMG!!!!!!! I cannot even focus anymore at work. I need me some of this please....


    www.spynaija.blogspot.com

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  11. yummy preparing it dis weekend,can't wait for saturday to be hereoo!

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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  12. Hmmmmm....can almost taste it ooooooh!

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  13. Exactly how my mum likes to make it *nostalgic*

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  14. o wow! I feel likE I can not cook :(

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  15. Blessings....
    am not a big fan of okra however this does look soooo good.

    thanks for sharing...
    mmmmm

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  16. idiege,kims12/07/2012

    you have really made my day with this dish. hmmmm, i*m just affraid that she may quit my house immediately if i can't 've to taste it in my house today!!!.

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  17. Aunty Joy, U too much! I came across ur blog on LIB. since then i hv nt stop checking ur blog. you are for real a blessing to womanhood. continue with the gud work.

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    1. Anonymous6/26/2013

      I just finished cooking mine.The appearance same as shown, and the taste Hmmmm. Its never been this good. Thanks for sharing.

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  18. S̶̲̥̅̊W̶̲̥̅̊E̶̲̥̅̊E̶̲̥̅̊T̶̲̥̅̊S̶̲̥̅̊ H̶̲̥̅̊O̶̲̥̅̊N̶̲̥̅̊E̶̲̥̅̊Y̶̲̥̅̊ S̶̲̥̅̊U̶̲̥̅̊G̶̲̥̅̊A̶̲̥̅̊R̶̲̥̅̊2/06/2013

    But how com U̶̲̥̅̊ didnt add ground pepper or fresh pepper whichever one into Ȋ̝̊†̥....Ȋ̝̊†̥ culd βε̲̣̣̣̥ irritating Ŵi̶̲̅τout D̶̲̥̅̊α†!

    J̲̥̅̊u̶̲̥̅̊s̶̲̥̅̊t̲̥̅̊ saying sha cos datz ♓☺W i do Ȋ̝̊†̥ Ãήϑ datz ♓☺W i'v seeing pple doing it cooking Okro soup Ŵi̶̲̅τ pepper Ȋ̝̊̅Π addition amongst odas!

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    1. I added my pepper sauce to the goat meat while parboiling.

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  19. Anonymous2/13/2013

    Realy luvin dis meal but am pregnan nd nothin seems 2 go well wth my appetite.no food 4 my categorie of person.am misin alot

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  20. Anonymous2/21/2013

    My mother told me dat adding onions to anytin draw will automatically kill d drawness.does urs draw?

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    1. Onion gives a very special tasty minty flavour to okra if added same time with okro

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  21. Anonymous6/15/2015

    the problem is that i dont get the fresh red colour that i want

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