#STEEMGIGS: I WILL TEACH YOU HOW TO MAKE READY-TO-EAT AFRICAN SALAD IN TEN MINUTES

in steemgigs •  last year

WHAT IS AFRICAN SALAD?

African salad, traditionally(in igbo, Nigeria) called ABACHA or NSISA is made off from raw cassava.

HOW TO PROCESS RAW CASSAVA TO GET AFRICAN SALAD

  • Harvest the cassava and peel it

  • Wash it and cut for easy cooking

  • Cook for 20-30min

  • Allow to cool, then grate it to attractive slim shapes

  • Then sundry it to remove moisture/water

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NOW, THE ABACHA IS READY,BUT NOT READY FOR EATING.

HOW TO MAKE ABACHA (AFRICAN SALAD) READY-TO-EAT IN TEN MINUTES

Abacha2.jpg
MATERIALS;

  1. Abacha
  2. Filtered potash
  3. Red oil
  4. Onion (sliced)
  5. Salt and Maggi to taste
  6. Ugba
  7. Sliced Ukazi
  8. Pepper
  9. Garden egg(sliced)
  10. livestock of any kind

PROCEDURE;

  1. Get a mortar and a spoon,
  2. Pour in the potash into the mortar, add oil to it , and stir,
  3. Add salt, maggi and pepper to taste and stir,
  4. Add Abacha and stir,

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  1. Dish out in a plate, then,
  2. Place Onion, ugba, ukazi, garden egg, and livestock on the Abacha

FOOD IS READY ( just in 10min)

NOTE: quantity is based on choice

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