From Liberia’s ‘poor man’s food’ to a simple easy one pot meal. The secret ingredient is always palm oil and the health benefits are impressive.
Fufu and West African pepper soup is among the best plant-based foods. Use plantain fufu flour & African pepper soup ingredients to get savory complimentary flavors.
A famous dish from the Kissi tribe of Liberia is Traditional Red Oil Soup, renowned for its richness and heartiness. They call it cheap and simple, we think it is rich in many ways. Taste for yourself.
As I drank my pepper soup, I remembered both Marylands, here and there. This dish is filling, nutritious, and not salty thanks to the wholesome ingredients.
Flavor see flavor, flavor hide. Kukujumu? These sayings tell you which African country this enticing meal is from. Find your nearest African grocery store and stock up on palm nut paste and get kablai leaves too.
An acquaintance gifted the Squash from her garden. It was fun to decorate with it during the fall. When winter came, it makes the perfect warming, creaming, bowl of soup. No extra sweetener was added since I prefer light sweetness.
Palm oil and Ogbono go well together. This dish is hefty, taste slightly sweet and loaded with protein.
Our Egyptian- Lebanese red lentil soup hit all marks. Creamy, savory, has healthy fats with good amount of protein, and best of all it is a one pot meal!