Egusi is a versatile and flavorful ingredient that is widely used in West African cuisine. Made from the seeds of the egusi melon plant, native to Nigeria and other parts of West Africa. The seeds are roasted and ground into a fine powder that can be used to make a variety of dishes, such as soups, stews, sauces, and porridges. One of the most popular uses is in the making of Egusi Soup! This soup is made with vegetables, palm oil, and spices to create a rich, hearty dish. The soup is typically served with a staple food, such as eba, fufu, rice, or yams, and is a staple in many West African households. Talk to us. Follow us on LinkedIn. Enhance your cooking with Mbariket. 4 oz.
4 oz. Egusi
Egusi is a staple ingredient in Nigeria and West African cuisine made from roasted and ground seeds of the egusi melon plant. It’s used to make the popular Egusi Soup! The ingredient is in demand globally, especially in the US, UK, Canada, and other European countries, due to its versatility and unique taste. Mbariket Egusi is a must-have ingredient for both experienced and novice cooks looking to add a touch of West African flavor to their dishes. 4 oz.
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