8 oz. Egusi



Egusi soup is a popular dish in West African cuisine, particularly in Nigeria. It is made with ground egusi melon seeds and is usually served with fufu, eba or pounded yam. The melon seeds are first roasted or boiled, then ground into a paste which is added to a flavorful tomato and vegetable base to make the soup. The soup is often made with leafy greens, such as spinach or collard greens, and can be seasoned with spices and seasonings such as palm oil, pepper, onions, and crayfish. Egusi soup is considered a staple in West African cuisine and is enjoyed for its rich, hearty flavor. Mbariket Egusi 8 oz.

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Ground egusi refers to melon seeds that have been peeled, dried, then ground into powder form. This powder is used as a base ingredient in West African cuisine, particularly in the popular Nigerian dish Egusi soup. The ground egusi powder provides a rich, nutty flavor and helps thicken the soup. Ground egusi is readily available for purchase in many African grocery stores and can be used as a convenient alternative to whole melon seeds for making Egusi soup and other dishes. Talk to us. Follow us on LinkedIn. Experience Mbariket ground egusi available in 8 oz. packet.

Weight 8 oz