If there’s one dish you really ask yourself to eat, it’s Nigerian Nkwobi. Nkwobi is an irresistibly delicious spicy beef leg delicacy. If you are a tourist, you may find locals gathering at the pub and enjoying this dish.
Many pubs and restaurants serve Nkwobi with palm wine. The appearance is attractive and gives you the appeal of African food. You may not know how long it takes to prepare this delicious dish. We have videos to help you prepare dishes at home.
Before we watch the video, we have the guide:
- 1 teaspoon Ehuru pumpkin nutmeg powder
- 1 cup Ugba (this is optional)
- 3 tablespoons coarsely ground crab
- 2500g beef leg pre-cooked and mostly boned.
- Salt / broth cubes to taste
- 1/2 cup palm oil
- 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
- 2 teaspoons Cameroon pepper powder
- 1 large onion cut into rings for garnish
- Utazi is leaving now at
- You have to cut the cooked beef leg carefully so that it breaks into small pieces. Large bones must be removed while small bones are allowed to suckle.
- Put the palm oil in a bowl and set aside.
- You have to mix the baking soda in a tablespoon of water and then pour the mixture into the palm oil. The next thing to do is mix and stir until it thickens into a paste
- Add the ground crayfish, stock powder, salt, Cameroonian peppercorns, ground ehuru and stir.
- They should taste like spices.
- Next, add the cooked beef leg and ugba to the mixture. You have to make sure that the mixture is well mixed.
- Finally, serve on your plate or wooden bowl with a sprinkling of sliced onions and utazi or kale leaves.
Whether you’re in the US or Paris, you can prepare nkwobi in a slow cooker or pressure cooker. If you feel like you don’t have time to spare, you can boil the beef leg first and freeze it before you start cooking.
If you are thinking of surprising your family or loved ones in any part of the world, whether that person is African or not, use nkwobi. Nkwobi doesn’t have to be spicy. You decide how it feels.
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