OHA/ORA SOUP MADE EASY(WITH COCO YAM)

some part of Igbo land calls it Oha soup and some,mostly the Anambras calls it Ora … Either way they are both the same soup … And coco yam is used as the thickener…

INGREDIENTS

  1. Coco yam(grounded) ……………. 500g
  2. Beef …………………….  500g
  3. Stock fish …………….  300g
  4. Dry fish  ……………….. 200g
  5. Maggi ………………….. 3cubes
  6. Onion …………………… 1 ball
  7. Oha leaf ……………….. 2cups
  8. Pepper …………………. To taste
  9. Salt ………………………. To taste
  10. Palm oil ………………….. 1 cooking spoon
  11. Crayfish ………………..  70g
  12. Ogiri(optional)

STEPS

  1. In a clean pot Put together beef,stock fish,and dry fish then set to boil
  2. Add onion, maggi, pepper,and salt and stir properly(Allow to boil for at least 40-50 sec)
  3. Add cray fish and palm oil then stir (Allow to cook for 2 mins)
  4. Add the grounded coco yam(Allow to cook for 2 mins)
  5. Stir properly so the coco yam can dissolve easily
  6. Add pepper if you ain’t satisfy with the first one
  7. Now add you Oha/Ora leaf and stir properly (WATCH VIDEO HERE)
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