How To Cook Afang Soup With Just N1000 (One Thousand Naira)


Good morning Eya, Good morning to my good people on the blog. Anty, I saw your easy afang soup recipe on the blog, though I am from the North and we don't cook much of vegetable soups, I'll like to try it. Na student I be o. I can't afford all that orishirishi in that
yummy pot of soup. Is there a way I can cook a smaller quantity of this soup with one thousand naira please? A break down of what to buy and what to skip will be appreciated. 
Thank you mami.

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  1. Easy peesy. Insted of stockfish, use crayfish that's cheaper. In place of periwinkle, use kpomo that's cheaper.

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  2. Mrs Mike2/24/2016

    Hello poster, let me try and help you.
    Meat:300 (or meat 200,periwinkle 100)
    Pomo:100
    stock fish:100
    afang:200
    waterleaf:100
    crayfish:100
    Palm oil:100
    All the best!

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  3. U can buy both leaves ( waterleaf n afang 300-(cryfish 100-) (meat 200) (periwinkle 50) (kpomo 100) (Maggi 50) (oil 50) ( stockfish 100) dawadawa 50 lol.

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  4. Chinyere Ebere2/24/2016

    Dadadwa in afang soup? who taught you that?

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    1. Maybe u did. Atlist there's lol after d dawadawa. Maybe igbo babe will now teach calabar babe how to prepare it better.

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  5. poster please no near dawadawa oooh, before you say aunty Eya send you message

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  6. To cook afang soup with one thousand Naira, just focus on the main ingredients... Afang 300, water leaf 100, crayfish 200. With the six hundred Naira left, you can buy pepper, seasoning cubes and maybe one small fish for the soup. Use the afang recipes on the blog to make your easy soup. Enjoy!

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  7. To cook afang soup with one thousand Naira, just focus on the main ingredients... Afang 300, water leaf 100, crayfish 200. With the six hundred Naira left, you can buy pepper, seasoning cubes and maybe one small fish for the soup. Use the afang recipes on the blog to make your easy soup. Enjoy!

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