How to cook okro soup with tomatoes

Okra soup cooked with tomatoes.
 Yes! Delicious okro soup can be cooked with tomatoes.This post should have been shared when okra was readily available and affordable but sha no problem. Nigerian tomato is playing hard to get but we shall conquer.  some people can still cook with tomatoes and if you like that nice tomato taste in your okro, you'll love this soup. This soup is not only for fufu (swallow), can also be servd with boiled rice. 'YES BOILED RICE' Try it and get addicted!


INGREDIENTS

3 cups chopped okro
1 medium sized onion
8 medium sized tomatoes
1 cup palm oil or more for palm oil lovers
Fish
1 kg goat meat, you can use Beef
Seasoning cube
Salt to taste
1 cup stock (water) to start with, you can always adjust by adding some more
1 teaspoon pepper, you can add more, I have kids who can't stand it.

DIRECTION

  1. Stir fry your onion, pepper and chopped tomatoes with seasoning cube until dry.
  2. Add the fish, check for salt and cover to cook for about 5 minutes, checking at intervals
  3. Add the okro and already cooked meat, stir and cover to cook for about 3 to 5 minutes. Check for salt and taste. Satisfied?
  4. Turn off the heat and serve with some fufu, semo, eba, pounded yam, boiled rice, boiled unripe plantain or even boiled yam.
See step by step cooking picture recipe below...







Adding already cooked goat meat.



Comments

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    1. Anonymous14:14

      Thanks saintrita

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  2. Nice. The one i want to learn is cooking egusi with tomato

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    1. Hi sweet child, here is the recipe :http://www.wivestownhallconnection.com/2014/08/nigerian-tomato-egusimelon-stew-soup.html

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  3. Wow thanks. I taught my students your shredded chicken sauce and it was wonderful. Thanks alot

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  4. If you want this soup very drawy, you can add some ground ogbono before adding your okra.

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