Thursday, 1 February 2018


Okra is a versatile vegetable that can be grilled, steamed, boiled, made into a stir fry, stew or soup. Okra is enjoyed across the world including Ghana, India, Pakistan, Brazil, Nigeria, Togo to mention but a few. Okra is also known as ‘Lady’s fingers’, Bhindi , Gumbo etc

Okro soup is the traditional dish of  the Ewe tribe in Ghana and it is also enjoyed in Togo and Nigeria.
Okra contains potassium, vitamin B, vitamin C, folic acid, and calcium. It's low in calories and has a high dietary fiber content.

Okro soup can be made with Meat, Poultry, Vegetables and Sea Food ans can be as simple as you wish or decadent by combining Meat and Fish. 
Enjoy this decadent edition. 
3 large Onions
500g of chopped Okra
20ml of Zomi or Palm oil
2 Habanero chillies
40g of blended Ginger, Aniseed & Onion
1 large blended Tomato
1 shrimp stock cube
400g of Smoked Mackerel or any fish of your choosing
500g of diced Lamb pieces with bones
150g of Prawns
200g of Crabs
250ml of water
60g of Gboma (The African Egg Plant) leaves or Spinach.
Salt to taste.
Watch how to make this decadent Okro soup on my YouTube channel. 'Ndudu by Fafa'. Don't forget to subscribe, like the video, try the recipe, leave a comment with your feedback and share. 

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