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Sea food Recipe: Step by step guides on how to make seafood okra soup
- Fresh Okra
- Smoked catfish
- Paprika pepper
- Palm oil
- Ground Crayfish
- Stock Cube
GUIDE 1 : I ‘ll be using some okra that I’ve chopped I’ll also be using some smoked catfish some micro fish some paprika peppers
Habanero ,calamari some shrimp together with some palm oil
- I’ll also be using stock cube some salt and ground crayfish
- I am going to start by adding the blended paprika pepper and fresh pepper to the pot.
GUIDE 2: Add some more water in it and let it for about 29 minutes
- After that i am going to season it and then add my stock cubes, ground crayfish and some salt to taste.
GUIDE 3 : Add my palm oil and hover it on it and let it boil for about 10 minutes.
GUIDE 4: Add the fish,calamari and the shrimps, and also the smoke fish.
- Just don’t need a lot of time to cook so I’m only going to give it about 5 minutes.
Allow it to be in the fire and let it cook for 5 minutes, 5 five minutes after cooked the does not take long, because I don’t want my fish to scatter , so five minutes is okay.
After cooking, leave it uncovered for about 3 -4 minutes before serving it to your guest.
Our okra is cooked just the way I like it and I hope you like it too this way
- if you do ,lead a comment below it was cooked not too soft, just crunchy you can cook it for longer, if you want but this is okay with me.
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