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Saturday, January 30, 2021

Breakfast Post......

 African salad for breakfast?. I love Abacha without the Ugba mixed in it.....

Abacha with lots of dry fish and crayfish and eaten with garden egg...........yummy!!!





What is the name of the leaf used to garnish it? The one that is bitter?

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  1. Green tea with fresh ginger and honey 🍯 with a cup of fresh yogurt for breakfast.

    Barbecued fish 🐟 and salad 🥗 will do for later.

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    1. I love the way you eat, very light and healthy. Most people in Nigeria cannot eat like this, people are used to heavy food like swallow, rice, yam all the time probably because they are cheaper but in the long run very unhealthy.

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    2. Prettiest Rosie, you are so right, Mrs A.E menu is ideal, I tell you.

      Mine is herbal tea(uziza, uda,clovers and ehuru, grinded together) I am sipping and keeping an eye on the kids.

      I will take goat meat pepper soup later today.

      Hubby and kids had eaten, rice, beans with goat meat stew, of course with a cup of tea to push it down!
      Happy weekend guys!!

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    3. Pretty rose, I'm having semo and stew ds morning, wahala for who no eat healthy o🤦🤦🤦🤦

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    4. You are correct, most people cannot afford certain kind of food in Nigeria 😢 because it's so expensive especially people with children, so they go for basic food like rice, beans, swallow. But in Western world, there are varieties and affordable too.

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    5. Breakfast 1litter of water. Would do brunch of salads with lemon and acv dressing with fish.

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    6. Utazi leave...
      It's medicinal

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  2. Stella is utazi. That pic up there,na purge be that oh and weird might I add,abacha and macaroni? Very weird.

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    1. I don’t think that is macaroni, it should be small slices of Pomo

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    2. That is thinly sliced Pomo.
      I hate cold abacha, the only way you can get me to eat this is if it's hot.

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    3. I abused abacha during my pregnancy last year. I couldn't stay without d mixed spice of calabash nutmeg and roasted dried pepper. It help me to carry d baby to term. Lol

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  3. I don’t know what to eat yet, I guess I will just do brunch later. I will eat out on my way to the hospital.

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  4. Utazi or akwukwo añara. Utazi is more bitter tho

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  5. I wish I can learn how to cook Abacha. During Uni days I had an Igbo friend that cooks sweet sweet Abacha. She taught me how to eat it sef.

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    1. YouTube to your rescue. Very easy to make.

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  6. I'm having boiled plantain and vegetable sauce.

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  7. The leaf is añara ( garden egg leaf). Some people use utazi.
    I ate abacha a lot in Aba, they make the best. I don't like abacha anywhere else, they make it too dry.

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    1. Yes anara leaf too. Infact, it's the best to use.

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    2. Every state have their own style. Anambra and enugu fry their own abacha. Sister inlaw made abacha for me and I got to know how priceless my mum and aunties abacha is. So no state makes abacha better than imo state o, around okigwe, uturu. The leaf is anara leaf. I never eat abacha with utazi leaf before. Abacha with garden egg, cola nut, fried fish or garnished kpomo is pure heaven. Hehehe

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    3. Pwetie pls Enugu people do not fry abacha.

      We have special ingredients for abacha, from oil to pepper plus a lot of other stuff.

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    4. Pwetie, THAT'S A LIE!
      Anambra and Enugu State people DON'T NOT "FRY" ABACHA!
      Kekwa nke bu "fry" Abacha? (Which one is "fry" Abacha?) 🙄🤥
      A na-agbo Abacha agwo na Anambra and Enugu State.

      ENUGU STATE MAKES THE BEST ABACHA - WORLD CLASS! They are my in-laws and that's the first delicacy they serve you as a guest. 🤩😋😍

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  8. It's call Utazi leaf @ Stella

    Am having oha soup and eba🤗🤗

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  9. Stells, it's called utazi leaves. How can you not love abacha mixed with ugba? Hiaa oo Stella.

    Would be having the yummy spag and veggies with smoked mackerel fish and baked crab legs i made me last night but couldn't eat because i was too tired. Let me flex it this morning.

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    1. Crab legs?
      You eat sea food?
      *Crying*

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    2. Momma i love see foods👌. Don't tell me you don't eat sea foods o nne, else i'd tell you how much you're missing.

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  10. Abacha anyday anytime.i love eating it even though I am not ibo.my enugu neighbor always bring each time she travels to the villa. Tea and bread gat me this morning.

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  11. Stella it is called akwukwo anara, aka garden egg leaf.

    I love abacha.

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  12. Had amala and ogbono soup with plenty smoked fish,Pomo and goat meat.My hubby's ogbono is bam😊

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  13. i ate meatpie, bread and mayonnaise and washed it down with big cola.

    I don't have strength to cook anything, off to read

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    1. With this meal u should have enough time to make party jollof! 😄 🤣 😂 😆 😄

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    2. Pwetie you no lie, i read for a bit and cooked up a storm, still cooking.

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  14. Who go teach me how to cook igbo food laidis🤔..I tasted nkwobi for the first time yesterday and it was soooo yuummmmy..igbos can cook oo

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    1. Would have loved to do that baby gyal but i obviously can not so, YouTube to your rescue. You won't believe how many yoruba foods i learnt the recipe from YouTube.

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    2. Nkwobi sauce is d same with abacha sauce. I mean d mixture of grinned ehuru and roasted dried pepper added to the mixture of potash water and red oil, a little seasoning cube and salt to taste. With this mixture u can make ur abacha or nkwobi

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    3. @ Chisom
      Going to YouTube ASAP

      @ Pwetie
      Thanks alot

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    1. Wish I can. Life of a breastfeeding mother!

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  16. Just green tea for me this morning
    Will have yam and gardenegg sauce later.

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  17. I had Akamu and Akara with tin milk.
    I like abacha with fried fish.

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  18. The name of the slightly bitter leaf used to garnish abacha is UTAZI 😋.

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    1. It's garden egg leaf. Haha.
      You guys do too much.

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  19. We collected beef -steak portion share for the 1st quarter yesterday.
    So part of the biscuit bones, I made well seasoned broth with fresh tomatoes and tatashe at night.
    This morning I made agidi jollof, fried sweet red potatoes and peppered egg sauce.

    By the time I was through with what I was doing at brunch hour, na 3 wraps remain. Haha.
    Ndi mgbu o.

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    1. See another one nau. This is a good food XP, they even tried by leaving a whole three wraps for you😂. Biko fa aburo ndi ngbu😌.

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    2. Ok noted. Thanks for the correction. Haha.
      I ate 2 wraps. My portion is usually small so I'm good.

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