Nigerian Vegetable Soup (Edikang Ikong) with Ugu and Water leaves:
This is how I prepare and enjoy vegetable soup outside Nigeria. It is so tasty. If you want the Nigerian version, the one prepared with ugu and water leaves, be patient with me, it’s coming. Next time I travel to Nigeria, I will film it. In fact, I filmed one last summer but I am not really happy with that video because of the lighting. Also the day I filmed it, there were so many people in my house, it was chaotic. If you need the chaotic vegetable soup video like that, let me know and I will upload.
My Pressure cooker is Fagor, they no longer make this model. Here is a similar one:
Please read the instructions of the pressure cooker and follow it, pressure cookers are safe when you follow the instructions.
Watch the following video about everything you need to know about my pressure cooker for tips:
– 2 kg frozen spinach
– 250g lamb’s lettuce
– Assorted meat: ribs, cow skin, cow tripe,
– Fish (stock fish that is dry cod)
– 4 tablespoons ground crayfish
– 6 small Knorr cubes
– Sweet pepper (for colour)
– Habanero pepper (to your taste)
– 2 big bulbs of onion.
– Palm oil, see video for quantity
– Salt (to taste)
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