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Okay so we can start you off by giving you something African that you can connect with. Here is UHA SOUP!

* Uha leaves.
* Crayfish.
* Dried Fish.
* Stock Fish.
* Cocoyam Paste or ukpo or achi
* Palm Oil.
* Spices: Iru/ Ogiri, Salt, Maggi Cubes, Pepper.
* Water.

* Cook and pound coco yam to form a paste then keep aside,
* Steam meat, stock fish and dry fish for 40 minutes with little water and salt,
* Add coco yam paste, crayfish, iru or ogiri and palm oil, allow to steam for 5 minutes,
* Add washed uha leaves, pepper, maggi and salt to taste the allow it to simmer for another 5 minutes.
* Serve with Eba, Fufu or pounded yam.

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