Post-Partum Nigerian Chicken Pepper soup For Nursing Mothers By Deborah Bala


Pepper soup for nursing mothers
A friend of mine delivered and i decided to make this chicken pepper soup for her. It's mainly made with fish but i felt she may have had too much of that so I used chicken. Pls I don't know if this pepper soup is safe for pregnant women so won't advise them to take it. Single ladies and men you can also learn this to make for friends that just delivered. 

Peel your
ginger (pls lots of ginger)and garlic, pound it a little to make it a bit soft so it doesn't spoil the blender. Chop onions, add both the garlic, ginger, onions and pepper in the blender( blend till its soft, so you can get the juice out of the ginger) add little water and blend. Sieve the paste into a clean pot, add the dry pepper soup spice, ground cameroun pepper, salt and Maggi. Add the meat or fish ( you can use any thing you want) peel and chop your yam( pls make sure you cut the yam into tiny sizes, this is because most women that have normal delivery get episiotomy  and that makes it difficult to pooh for the first few days. Boil it and check for salt. Enjoy! NOTE: pls it will be peppery but try and take it for at least a week after delivery, daily. Trust me you will see the result.
Ginger, garlic, onion, and pepper for nursing mothers pepper soup
Chopped chicken looking fresh and nutritious
Yam for post partum pepper soup
Ingredients In the blender after pounding

Sieving the paste

Dry pepper soup spice sold in the market and cameroon pepper
 Adding ground pepper soup ingredient, Cameroon pepper, salt, Maggi

 Hot Nigerian post-partum pepper soup for nursing mothers
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Anonymous10:52

    Nice. Can unripe plantain be used in place of yam?

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    1. Yes it can be used! But make sure it well cooked and soft.

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  2. JJC MUM10:54

    Thank you Deborah, don't you think the combination of pepper, onion and much ginger can affect baby's stomach and stool? Babies will suck everything through breast milk and I realized that every time I eat pepperish food, my baby feels stomach upset and poos too.
    Please advise

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    1. Jjc mum I don't think so because I took this pepper soup for two weeks and have made it for two frnd and they didn't complain. You know its the juice that is extracted frm the ginger so its not like eating all the ginger.(Besides ginger increases breast milk production) how old is ur baby? Bcos my baby also started having stomach upset at 3weeks which the doctor said is colic and normal. But as they say body system differs so if you noticed it you can stop taking pepperish food.

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    2. Anonymous13:32

      Adding to Debbies advice, the only tin that can increase stomach upset in babies is much intake of sugar by the mother not pepper.

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    3. 2 add 2 debbie reciepe,u can als add 'uda' it really helps d tummy 2 go down nn milk production

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  3. Anonymous10:56

    Kindly help out please my fondant is too sticky (used Ahdaisy's fondant recipe). can I add more icing sugar by tomorrow I don't ve again but will buy hope it won't spoil it or what can I do pls respond

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  4. Anonymous11:07

    Pls is it ok to eat plenty pepper in early pregger?cos I was told it can lead to miscarriage, but I have this crazy cravings of excessive pepper in my food...pls advise

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    1. Pls don't take tOo much pepper! You can get yagi(ground dry pepper that is mixed with maggi etc) and add to your food.

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  5. Anonymous11:28

    Thanks wud get that then.

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  6. pickme12:44

    Bookmark, hv not try dz b4 buh will try it dz time tnx deborah.

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  7. Anonymous13:25

    Nice one Debby. W̶̲̥̅̊ȋ̊ƪƪ definitely try Ȋ̝̊†̥ very very soon.EPHY

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  8. Wives connector13:28

    Will give it a try

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    1. Anonymous13:59

      LOL AT WIVES CONNECTOR:):-D

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  9. Anonymous14:11

    Nice recipe debby, tnx. Pls is wheat flour same with golden penny wheat meal?

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  10. Lizzy17:52

    Well done Debby. Don't 4get to send some aunty Eya's way when she offloads.lol

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  11. Anonymous17:57

    Nice one debby,I will giv it a try,mrs m

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  12. Nice one debby. Thanks.

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  13. Anonymous09:59

    My namesake doing her thing. Pregnancy just hungry me now but me go wait small,lol

    Debbie(google abeg free my account bikonu,hian)

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  14. Anonymous18:55

    Pls can u tell me how to prepare chicken curry sause

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  15. Anonymous12:59

    Morning Debbie, I jst found this blog. Please, could you please help in preparing this post partum pepper soup as my baby is 4 weeks but i'm unable to breastfeed him as milk isn't flowing till now and tummy still big as I cldn't press it cos I delivered via cesarian. I wouldn't knw if u do dis for people and get paid ma but I need i'll pay for the pot of pepper soup if u can a helpless me. Infact, I feel so much pain in my tummy as the lochia isn't coming out the way is meant to. Thanks in anticipation.

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  16. Margaret21:56

    Encouragement! Post partum pepper soup by Debby is really good for nursing mothers. l am 5days breast feeding mother; l only started drinking this pepper soup 3days after my natural child birth, now just little or no pains in my tummy, fast flattening of my tummy and very good milk production for my little one to suck as much as possible. It's really good as l recommend this to all breast feeding mothers. Good Luck

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  17. Anonymous22:46

    Pls canni prepare this recipe wit sweet potatoes?

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  18. Pls, can a 2months old breastfeeding mother take it

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  19. Can a 2months old breastfeeding mother take this with sweet potatoes

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