Banga stew and white rice. Banga soup is what we would be cooking in today's video, therefore I will love you to watch the video to the end. Banga soup is another popular Nigerian. INGREDIENTS -Palm cream -beef, chicken or fish of your choice -scent leaves or pumpkin leaves -Salt -seasoning cubes -fresh or dried pepper -crayfish -Ehuru.
Parboil the rice using the method detailed in How to Parboil Rice for Cooking White Rice. You may want to parboil it for much longer depending on personal. The scent leaves give the Banga Stew (Ofe Akwu) its unique aroma and taste. You can cook Banga stew and white rice using 10 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Banga stew and white rice
- It’s of Pam kanne (kwaran Manja).
- It’s leaf of Ugu and saint.
- It’s head of Cow.
- Prepare of Crayfish.
- It’s of Dry fish or fresh fish.
- Prepare of Stuck fish.
- It’s of Okpeyi (locust)or dadawa.
- It’s of Pepper and onions.
- You need of Knor Maggi.
- It’s to taste of Salt.
If you are outside Nigeria, this may be hard to find, so you can use pumpkin leaves or any other vegetable in Serve with white rice or use the Delta-style Banga Soup to eat Starch, Garri, Semo lina, Amala or Pounded Yam. I have always known Banga Soup, which one is Banga rice. I was told oh, it is a form of local Jollof rice, which also puzzled me a little more because the only local Jollof rice I know of is Iwuk Edesi, which is an Efik dish made like Jollof rice but with Palm oil, crayfish and lots of smoked fish. Ofe Akwu (Banga soup) is a kind of stew made from palm fruit, eaten mostly by the Igbos from the eastern part of the country.
Banga stew and white rice instructions
- Boil your pam kanne until soft and pound it well, then you use hot water to extract the oil, then you transfer your pam kanne water to a clean pot and add your grand pepper, onions and your boiled dry fish, stuck fish and cow head then you add your crayfish, okpeyi (dadawa), Maggi and salt to taste let it cook for 40mints..
- You can also put tomatoes if you want but make sure you fried it well so that it won't sarwer..
- You can eat it with white rice or swallow but I prefer it with rice…..
Most of the foods eaten The likes of rice, yam, beans, fufu/garri could be eaten with stew, as a matter of facts most people eat garri or fufu with stew in Nigeria instead of soups. The water should completely cover the rice (twice the level of the rice is ok). This is called rice and local stew. On Sunday I wrote on how to cook jolof rice but before I commence. This is so much loved by the "EGBA'S",the western part of Nigeria.