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How And What Do You Use To Eat Ekuru?

What do you put in your ekuru to make it taste good?

Recipe?

And what do you use to eat it? Palm oil or okro soup?

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hehehehe. no na. i like it when i see babes tht can cook. thts it

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u fit cook everything. did u grow up with ur grandma?

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You're welcome jare. . . . . OMG!!!!!!! I love that last pix. I'd go and make mines now o, but am going out and I'm too lazy to "bo ewa" this morning. lol

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Ekuru is a yoruba food. Found in every part of yorubaland.

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chei!!!

this ur last pic looks yummy o

will they sell ekuru in Ogun state? i think its predominantly in ekiti state just like ikokore is to Ijebus

abi no be so?

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Except with similarities in the way of wrapping and steaming, ekuru is a little bit different

Unilike moinmoin, nothing is added to ekuru before blending, not even salt.

In addition, moinmoin does not require vigirous stiring like ekuru.

Ekuru needed to be stired until it is light so as to facilitate the mashing

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is ekuru another form of moin moin?

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talking about the ingredients to prepare the pepper stew, you have pepper, onions, palm oil, crayfish, dried fish, etc.

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then we go to the wrapping stage (you can also use polythene bags instead of leaves)

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This is how Ekuru is being prepared!

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Yes! if you want the "alaro" type of ekuru,

you only need to add  little potash (kaun) after blending the beans.

Nevertheless, that will makes the colour darker and the texture a little bit harder.

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Ebony, i need wrapping ewe nla for my Ekuru o.

where can i get a banana leaf? mexico is too far

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tpia, trust me, you'll loveeeeee it.

If you can, try it with pepper sauce AND okro. way better

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Detruth is  right.

Eko and Aroo(thats another kind of Ekuru) with atadindin.

Corn moin moin is called Sapala.LOL

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i know how to make it. . .my mom used to make it back home and i can make it too.

how did you get the stuff to make your eko?

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what a question - su ck it thru your fu cking butt hole.

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the best to eat it with is the fried peppery sauce with diced fried onions, not had it in ages though cause we normally get to when we visit d h/town,

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@Ebony-Silk:i didn't know ekuru was eaten with okro or eko,what i eat it with pepper sauce fried with palm-oil.

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I try and add pictures as soon I can lay my hand on one.

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it is a crunchy stuff right? has a little sour taste?

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You may add all sorts of things to the pepper sauce,including seafood, if you prefer. Some like it with okro,others without. It's very nutritious food.

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She Na Food Be Ekuru?

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I use to think Moi Moi is the cooked one as well

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Are you sure this isnt MOINMOIN?

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I don't think I've tasted that ekuru stuff before. I guess its a yoruba dish.

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It's like akara, made from beans.

But instead of being fried, it's cooked. My grandam used to use tomatoes, atarodo, onions etc.

I dnt know how to make it, hence tis thread.

lemme chack online if I can find a pix of it for you

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