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New Year Recipe: How to Cook Authentic Oha Soup, Courtesy of Ify’s Kitchen

As the month draws to a close, it’s time to savor a dish that embodies tradition, warmth, and sheer delight. Today’s culinary adventure with Ify’s Kitchen brings forth an Oha soup that surpasses dreams—an exquisite blend of authenticity and simplicity.

Gathered on the kitchen counter are the flavorful essentials: the rich, aromatic Palm nut extract, succulent Goat meat, tender Snails, and the chewy delight of Kpomo. Adding depth are the Dried fish and the vibrant red and yellow scotch Bonnet peppers, harmonizing beautifully with the Crayfish powder and earthy Ogiri Isi.

The heart of this masterpiece lies in the verdant greenery of Uziza leaves and the fragrant Oha leaves, infusing every spoonful with nostalgia and tradition. Simmered in the essence of Meat stock and seasoned to perfection, this Oha soup becomes a symphony of flavors, a cherished treasure in every last bowl.

With each spoonful, it’s not just a meal; it’s a farewell to the month, a celebration of tastes, and a reminder of the simple joys found in the heart of tradition.

Watch Ify’s Video Below:

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Praise Oluebube is a Web Content Writer based in Abia State. He is always seeking new opportunities to challenge himself and grow in his craft. In his free time, Praise can be found writing or surfing the web for cultural events. He is an avid K-drama enthusiast and has a love for African literature and fashion.

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