Ogbono Soup With Meat By Lizzy Obaze

Ogbono soup served with garri.
Hello Sis Eya,

I woke up this morning and couldn't get that your ogbono soup out of my head. I later went to buy all the necessary things needed and I didn't regret it. My hubby even helped

himself with some eba while I was having a nap and he testified to how tasty it was. See me going for 2nd helping of soup and licking soup like a child.
I managed to take some pix. Bring on the food posts sis. God bless


I used the recipe, ingredients on the old ogbono soup post shared earlier. That ogbono soup was cooked without meat. I added meat to mine so, you just boil your meat tender first before proceeding with that recipe. Follow it on this post
Cooking ogbono soup
Adding
vegetables to the cooked ogbono soup
Tasty ogbono soup well cooked.
A serving of Ogbono soup
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Comments

  1. Anonymous5/16/2013

    You didn't show us how to make it. I'm not Nigerian but would like to try it

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    1. Anonymous5/16/2013

      The recipefor how to make it is in this link:
      http://www.wivestownhallconnection.com/2013/05/how-to-cook-ogbono-soup-without-meat.html

      You need to boil your meat tender before proceeding to use that recipe.

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  2. Nice one Lizzy. I like the thickness of this soup. You definately used much ogbono.
    This time you didn't add shrimps. Lol

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    1. Thanks Naomi, I decided to lay off the shrimps for a while.

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  3. I like me some ogbono with meat and Kanda.

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  4. Anonymous5/16/2013

    Na basmati rice not basmatic .

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  5. Thank you Lizzy. I will make mine with semovita.

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    1. I love me some semo as well and it'll surely go well with ogbono.

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  6. Anonymous5/16/2013

    Nice. Next tym do try with uziza leaf
    . It gives Ȋ̊†̥ Ƌ̲̣̣̣ unique taste. I dnt use any oda veg 4 ma ogbono.
    Vicky

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    1. Thanks Vicky. If only I can get fresh uziza. The ones I find here are dry and very sandy. No matter how much I try to wash out d sand I still come accross it in d food.

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