HOW TO MAKE OR PREPARE AFRICAN EGUSI SOUP AND FUFU There...

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HOW TO MAKE OR PREPARE AFRICAN EGUSI SOUP AND FUFU There are two ways or methods to do so. The caterer or cook can prepare it dry or wet. Firstly, for the dry method one need to blend the dried peeled melon with the blender and pour it into a bowl. After that the second step is for the cook to pour the blended melon into a frying pan with palm oil and allow it to fry for few minutes before adding the other ingredients like; blended tomatoes, pepper, onions, dry fish or meat, Maggi spice, cray-fish, water, and salt for taste. This will then turn properly with a big spoon to mix together and allow it to boil for about 10 minutes, before we can turn off the cooking gas. The second method is to use a blender to blend the peeled melon with addition of little water. No frying with palm oil. The next step is to pour the blended melon into the cooking pot directly to boil for few minutes, followed by adding all the other required ingredients which we then turn properly with a big spoon to mix and allow boiling for about 10 to 15 minutes. It is usually easier and faster to prepare. It is also
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  • Fall '15
  • Dr.B
  • Palm oil, Frying, egusi soup

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