One of our dearest fans sent in this recipe called Obe – Ere. In some other cultures, it is called Afiame soup but it definitely looks delicious and easy. A little tip however would be to blend a lot of beans powder in advance and put in the fridge so you can always go back to use it without going through that process. I would definitely be trying this shortly. Thanks Tosin for the recipe.
1 cup of beans
2 cooking spoons palm oil
2 medium sized Dried fish
1 table spoon of dried pepper
1 medium size onion bulb
6 pieces of beef
Pick beans and pour in frying pan,toast for 10-15mins untill slightly brown.
crack beans and winow to remove coat.
Blend into powder
Wash Meat season and boil till cooked,wash dried fish and add to boiling meat and allow to cook.
Add onion,locust bean,and dried pepper
Add palm oil and allow to cook
Put powdered bean into stock gradually with the aid of a cooking broom util desired thickness is attained.(should be stopped close to desired thickness is attained because soup will still thicken alittle bit more when allowed to simmer)
Allow to simmer for 3-5mins
Serve with pounded yam,wheat,amala.
Or any swallow of choice ,but best served with pounded yam.
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