How To Cook Okro Soup Without Meat By Chubby Ella

A serving of okro soup without meat.

A plate of emergency okro soup and fufu. (I call it emergency cos I dint have meat or vegetables in the house as @ the  time I wanted to make it and I dint feel like going out,so I made do wit what I had.
It took me just 10 mins to prepare this.
 One good thing about Okro is that it can
be prepared without meat or even fish. Give me just crayfish and seasoning, I produce a yummy pot of okro soup for you.

I added the onions,pepper,smoked fish,crayfish,spice and 2  royco cubes.
Ingredients for this okro soup: Fish, onions, pepper and okra
 Procedure:
I brought my pot of water to a boil,poured in my onions,pepper,smoked fish,crayfish,spice,maggi and palm oil.

 I left it to boil for about 5mins,when everything was well mixed and the taste was ok,I added the okro and left it for just 1min.
After I added the okro,I tasted and noticed that it was not as tasty as I wanted so, instead of sprinkling salt on it,I mixed the salt in a little water, poured it in and mixed. Tasted it again and it was ok. 

Emergency okro soup is ready.
 I added the onions,pepper,smoked fish,crayfish,spice and 2 royco cubes.
Pouring in the okra
Okro soup can be eaten with semo, ebaakpu, wheat meal, amala and other swallows
Tasty soup, a wiped out plate
Enjoy!

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  2. Anonymous6/13/2013

    Nice one chubby but I think you allowed the okro boil for too long.

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  3. Great, I'm sure it was done in record
    time...

    But my mom often will say onion
    doesn't make draw soup stay thick, I
    can see a lot of onion in this one, how
    true?

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    1. chubby ELLA6/14/2013

      Ace Bentley,nt true @ all,I tink d only reason y it wnt stay thick is if u cover d pot afta addin ur okro. This "one" stayed thick,infact toooo thick n dats d way I lyk my draw soup.

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  4. Anonymous6/13/2013

    Too much onions and pepper!!!

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    1. chubby ELLA6/14/2013

      I dint add all dat pepper o,it was blocked so I took only a lil. I dnt even eat pepper so I cudnt hv added all,as 4 d onions,I tink it depends on d quantity of soup u r making.

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  5. love okro, its so easy to make and doesnt waste time. nice one ella

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  6. Anonymous6/13/2013

    i love okra, ehm..buh soup witout meat, i will pass!!!
    it makes me loose apetite,meat et al all aid in encouraging me, since am a lazy eater.

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    1. chubby ELLA6/14/2013

      I'm sure I luv meat much more dan u do bt I'm tryin soooo hard 2 cut down on my meat intake. U shud try too.

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  7. I love okro ,and it comes in handy especially on some weekends that am too lazy to cook weekend soup.lol

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  8. sister6/14/2013

    Woooooow hoooooooo haaaaaaaaaa ella my good friend this is wonderfully and fearfully made.I love and cooking it today.

    Thank u chubby ella

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    1. Anonymous6/14/2013

      Irony tinks

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    2. Anonymous6/14/2013

      Sister u no normal at all.wetin be all this wooooooooow na wa for u
      U be proper craseeeeeeeee woman I don't know how anyone can hate u

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    3. Anonymous6/14/2013

      Wetin be ya own wt sister? Carry ya hatred waka go board bicycle go ya village

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  9. Anonymous6/14/2013

    The preparation okay but Arrival??? You don try sha but score na??? Abeg I dey go cotonou wen I comeback i go know wetin to do. Abeg sister helep me score dia or if u no fit try reach Bona make him helep you ooo( oya taxi stop dia wia my umbrella make I take cover my head)

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  10. Me love okro so much. This was even how I used to make it most times when I was in school.

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