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from US Obe Ata - Nigeria We've borrowed this recipe for Nigerian Pepper Soup from Boomie O. at MotherLandNigeria.com -- a really fun and informative site, with lots of great information about Nigerian food & drink (as well as nearly everything else about Nigeria that you might want to know). Ingredients 3-4 fresh tomatoes and 1-2 bell peppers OR 16 oz tomato sauce and 6 oz tomato paste. (Bell pepper is optional) Meat/Chicken/Fish 4 magi cubes Palm oil if available, otherwise use vegetable oil 2 onions Salt Dry pepper Water Instructions 1. Place the meat in a pot, add very little water (most meat produces water as it cooks), dice one onion in with the meat, add some salt, and cook the meat until it is almost tender. 2. If you are using fresh ingredients, grind the tomatoes and the bell peppers together. You can grind in another onion in with them if you wish. 3. Pour the blended tomato mixture (or the tomato sauce and tomato paste) into the pot with the meat. 4. Allow to cook for about 20-30 minutes, stirring constantly. 5. Add salt and dry pepper to taste. Serve obe ata over white rice or pounded yams if you don't have access to exotic ingredients. For more authenticity, try some of the other (grain or cassava- based) foods that go with soups & stews listed on the MotherLandNigeria.com Food & Drinks Page

Nigerian Pepper Soup


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Obe Ata - Nigeria

We've borrowed this recipe for Nigerian Pepper
Soup from Boomie O. at MotherLandNigeria.com -- a really fun and informative site, with lots of great information about Nigerian food & drink (as well as nearly everything else about Nigeria that you might want to know).

Ingredients
3-4 fresh tomatoes and 1-2 bell peppers OR 16 oz
tomato sauce and 6 oz tomato paste. (Bell pepper is optional)
Meat/
Chicken/Fish
4 magi cubes
Palm oil if available, otherwise use vegetable oil
2 onions
Salt
Dry pepper
Water

Instructions

1. Place the meat in a
pot, add very little water (most meat produces water as it cooks), dice one onion in with the meat, add some salt, and cook the meat until it is almost tender.

2. If you are using fresh ingredients,
grind the tomatoes and the bell peppers together. You can grind in another onion in with them if you wish.

3. Pour the blended
tomato mixture (or the
tomato sauce and tomato paste) into the pot with the meat.

4. Allow to cook for about 20-30 minutes, stirring constantly.

5. Add
salt and
dry pepper to taste.

Serve obe ata over white
rice or pounded yams if you don't have access to exotic ingredients. For more authenticity, try some of the other (grain or cassava- based) foods that go with soups & stews listed on the MotherLandNigeria.com Food & Drinks Page



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from Kano, Nigeria wrote:7  0

That was simply fantastic, but there are other methods
5 starsJuly 21, 2010


 
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