Cooking Nigerian White soup with cow tail and smoked catfish.

Cow tail Nigerian  white soup. Lick your screen if you like it.
There are so many different white soup recipes online from, and for different world cultures. It's best to include "Nigerian" in ours because it's exclusively Nigerian and richer than many other white soups I have seen.
After posting the cow tail  pepper soup I cooked in a pressure
cooker that brought out so much fats. I was disgusted and thought I'd never eat cow tail again. But, now I know better oh. Not all tails are fatty. That one was so fatty because it was a big tail. This slim tail came out almost dry, no fat at all. After boiling, there was still no fat. So, I made this white soup with it. The pic was posted on Instagram last week and I promised to post recipe here but forgot. The tail was quickly boiled in a pressure cooker before adding to this soup to save time. I don't think there's any need for step by step cooking pictures here cos we have so so many Nigerian white soup recipes already on the blog. Anyway, other white soups didn't enjoy locust beans. I added just a teaspoon here. 
Very Delicious. Compare with the old white soup recipe.

 I think I shared this 15 seconds cooking video on Instagram.


  1. Anonymous2/01/2016

    Wow!! This is lovely!! I can't wait to go to the market to make this delicious meal for my boo. Today is our anniversary so we deserve it. Thank You Mrs Eya

  2. I'm happy for you. Happy Anniversary Anon.

  3. Anonymous2/01/2016

    Pls,how long did you boil it in the pressure cooker.

  4. Anonymous2/01/2016

    Aunt Eya! Pig tail is tiny! Dats cow tail, n some contain mor fat than others, it's cow tail that iss usually dat big no mistakes!

  5. Anonymous2/01/2016

    Ok my bad u said big tail not pig tail! Sorry

  6. Anonymous2/03/2016

    Madam Eyaaaa ooooo. No kill me with this spicy dish. ive never tried white soup with uziza leaf, let alone with locust beans. This is a must try.


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