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Nigerian Ekpang Nkwukwo

Product #: recipe421152
Nigerian Recipe By Emem Adeyemi

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Nigerian Ekpang Nkwukwo

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Recipe Name Nigerian Ekpang Nkwukwo
Recipe By Emem Adeyemi
Recipe Ingredient

Cocoyam – 500g
Water Yam – 250g (Optional)
Vegetable – A big bunch of tender Cocoyam leaves | Pumpkin leaves & Scent leaves (Nchanwu)
Palm oil – a generous quantity
Crayfish – a handful
3 medium bulb Onions
Periwinkles – 2 milk cups | 300g if shelled or 500g of unshelled periwinkle
Assorted Beef & Offal
Dried fish
Snail (Optional)
Pepper & Salt to taste
Seasoning – 2 Maggi / Knorr cubes

Recipe Instruction Before you cook the Nigerian Ekpang Nkwukwo Wash and cook the beef, offals and dry fish with the seasoning till done. Peel, wash and grate the cocoyam and water yam (if you will be using this). Mix the two together and set aside. Prepare the pot by rubbing a generous amount of red palm oil on the insides of the pot. Wash the tender cocoyam leaves and tear into medium pieces. If using pumpkin leaves, wash these and set aside. Blend the pepper and crayfish and set aside. Wash the shelled or unshelled periwinkles. Wash and slice the scent leaves into tiny pieces. Cooking directions for Nigerian Ekpang Nkwukwo If you will be using unshelled periwinkles, place these at the base of the well-oiled pot. Scoop a small quantity of the grated cocoyam into a piece of the torn cocoyam leaf or one pumpkin leaf. Wrap the cocoyam with the leaf and place in the pot. Repeat this procedure till all the grated cocoyam (and water yam) is exhausted. Add the pepper, crayfish, onions, shelled periwinkles and assorted beef. Add hot water to the level of the pot contents and set to cook on medium heat for 20 minutes. Now, add the scent leaves, a generous amount of palm oil and salt to taste. Cook for more 5 minutes and the Ekpang Nkwukwo is done. Leave to stand for 5 minutes and stir.
Country of Consumption Nigeria
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