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Sunday, 6 November 2016

How to prepare efo riro

Efo Riro is a to a great degree standard Yoruba soup in Nigeria, it is one of my most cherished Nigerian soups because of its medicinal points of interest. The name "efo" suggests vegetables, in this way it is a Yoruba rich vegetable soup/stew. Believe me when I let you know this happens to be a champion among the most flavorful Yoruba soups that I have made.


If you look down a bit, you will find a delightfully made plate of efo riro, as gave fufu – it was delicious 😉

It is a minor piece like the common edikaikong soup, the qualification is the usage of tatashe, spinach and couple of other Yoruba neighborhood fixings, though a couple people utilize tomatoes for individual reason yet I think tatashe makes a faultless appearing as to.

Here are the components for making efo riro, I think it would take to some degree more than 30 mins for setting up the fixings and a short time later the genuine cooking takes around 60 minutes. As anyone might expect, the fixings underneath can serve practically 5-6 people, you can augmentation or decrease depending upon your gathering of spectators.

Fixings Include: (for 5-6 People)


  • Cut Spinach leaves (7-10 mugs)
  • 7-10 pieces stock fish ear
  • gathered meat (1KG)
  • 1 measure of cut tatashe
  • quater measure of cut pepp
  • half measure of cut onions
  • Half Cup of Ground Crayfish
  • 2-3 spoons of iru (scarab beans)
  • smoked fish (2-3 medium)
  • Palm oil (200ml)
  • 3 knorr 3D squares

Here are a bit of the components for making efo riro, upper left is smoked fish, trailed by cut onion at top focus, then 3 spoons of iru in a plate. The accompanying is cut spinach and pepper/tashe at left and right separately.

Making Efo Riro

Arranging:
Use either tatashe or shobo, around 5-10, cut near to the fresh red pepper and move in a dish, this upgrades the look of the soup toward the day's end. Wash meat totally with groups of water and salt to oust sand then make a point to moreover wash the smoked fish if you are making efo riro soup with fish.

Here is my brilliant efo riro, gave fufu
Efo Riro Soup/Stew

The best strategy to Cook Efo Riro

If you take after the methods portrayed out underneath vigilantly you will end up with a particularly delightful pot of obe efo riro, {obe} is the yoruba name for soup if you are contemplating.

Step 1

Put the washed meat in a pot, incorporate a tiny bit of water, season with salt, cut onions, 2 knorr 3D square and allow to rise for 10-15 minutes, incorporate 1 some water and cook till sensitive and the water is skirting on dried.

Incorporate the smoked fish, stock fish, incorporate some water and cook for another 10-15 minutes depending upon the hardness of your stock fish, you need to understand that people like them better when they are sensitive. The water should skirt on dried, don't allow to blast.

Step 2

Remove the pot from warmth, put another pot on warmth and pour in some palm oil, 200ml. Allow to warm before including the cut onions, pepper/tatashe, blend and allow to singe for an extra ten minutes while blending occassionally to keep away from seething.

Step 3

Incorporate the cooked meat/stock fish/smoked fish, blend and allow to stew for 5 minutes, incorporate the crayfish, iru, mix and allow an extra 3 minutes. Incorporate a 3D square of maggi, salt to taste, mix and incorporate the spinach takes off. Combine all and allow to stew for another 3-5 minutes and you essentially berserk an eminent pot of efo riro

Step 4

This is the methods by which to make efo riro soup in Nigeria, please give Eba, Pounded yam, rice, beans, Semolina, Amala or whatever other near Nigerian Food of choice, I like this soup and fufu the way it appears above.

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