Eba served with egusi soup garnished with ponmo and beef

Eba is a popular Nigerian staple food made from cassava flour. It is often served with a variety of soups and stews, including egusi soup, which is made from ground melon seeds and cooked with vegetables and protein. In this post, we will explore how to prepare eba served with egusi soup, garnished with ponmo and beef, a delicious and hearty meal that is perfect for any occasion.

To prepare eba, you will need cassava flour and boiling water. In a pot, bring some water to a boil and gradually add the cassava flour while stirring continuously until it forms a smooth and consistent texture. Once the eba is ready, you can set it aside and prepare the egusi soup.

To make the egusi soup, heat up some oil in a pot and add chopped onions, garlic, and peppers. Fry the mixture for a few minutes until it is soft and fragrant. Add ground egusi seeds, and fry for a few more minutes. Gradually add water, stirring continuously to avoid lumps, and let the soup cook for about 15-20 minutes. Add your choice of meat or fish, along with any vegetables you like, and let the soup simmer for a few more minutes until everything is cooked.

Once the egusi soup is ready, it’s time to serve. Scoop some eba onto a plate, and add a generous amount of the egusi soup on top. You can also garnish it with some ponmo, which is a type of cow skin that has been processed and cooked, and some beef for added flavor and protein.

Eba served with egusi soup garnished with ponmo and beef is a delicious and filling meal that is packed with nutrients and flavors. It is easy to prepare and can be customized with different ingredients to suit your taste. Give it a try today and enjoy the unique blend of textures and flavors that this dish has to offer!

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