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How To Make Banga Soup
Here's how to make Banga soup:
Banga Soup Recipe
Recipe by Fitnigerian
This recipe is the original way of making Banga Soup from the Niger-Delta part of Nigeria.
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Banga Soup Recipe (#1 Original one) FitNigerian
Looking for Banga soup recipe? Then you're in the correct place because this recipe post would walk you through, step by step, how to make the original Banga soup recipe.Let's proceed with immediate effect...
Recipe Yield: 8 servings
Preparation Time: PT30M
Cooking Time: PT30M
Total Time: PT1H
- Palm Fruits
- Oburunbebe stick
- Oburunbebe stick
- Dry Fish
- Assorted Meat
- Seasoning cube
Where’s the origin of Banga soup?
Banga soup originates from the Urhobo and Isoko speaking parts of Nigeria
Where can I source for the spices used in making Banga soup?
You can buy Banga spices in local markets, mostly from people selling zobo leaves. Alternatively, you can purchase already packaged Banga spices at superstores.
How do you extract palm fruit for Banga soup?
Wash your palm fruits and put in a pot. Boil washed palm fruits for 20 minutes or until soft. Crush boiled palm fruits in a food processor or with a mortar and pestle. Transfer crushed palm fruits into a bowl and add water to extract the juice/cream.
Why is my Banga sou watery?
Banga soup becomes too watery when too much water is added during the palm fruit extraction process. Ensure your palm fruit extract is thick, with the consistency of a cream or paste.
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