3 MUST TRY Vegan African Food Recipes [Best Egusi Okra Soup]

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Sauteed Spinach & Plantains

Ingredients list:

– 48 oz of Frozen spinach (3 sachets of 16oz)
– 3.5 large tomatoes
– 1/2 large white onion
– 2 Tablespoons of vegetable oil
– 1 vegetable bouillon cube (Optional)
– About 2 teaspoons of onion powder
– Salt to taste

Egusi Soup & Cassava Fufu

Ingredients list:
– 3 cups of Ground Egusi (Melon seeds)
– 3 large tomatoes
– 3/4 of a celery stalk
– 1/2 of a large onion
– 9 cloves of garlic
– A small piece of ginger
– 2 cups of fresh okra, chopped
– 10 oz of mushrooms – the more the better. I used Oyster + Shiitake mushrooms.
– 1 to 2 vegetable bouillon cubes
– Onion powder
-Cayenne pepper (optional)
– Salt

Fufu:

– 2 cups of cassava fufu flour (We buy it at the african grocery store)
– 2 tablespoons of cornstarch (optional but it makes it thicker and we like it)
– About 6 cups of water

Method to cook the cassava fufu:
Pour 4 cups of cold water to 2 cups of fufu flour in a cooking pot. Stir the flour into paste until it gets lump free. Place the pot on the stove and cook for about 15 minutes. Stir continuously until the dough is smoothly blended. Add the rest of the water progressively and as needed.
Serve hot.

Nkok & Yucca root

Ingredients list:

– 5.5 Cups of Nkok leaves (also called Okazi leaves) – about 25 oz
– 16 oz of ground peanut or unsweetened & unsalted peanut butter
– 0.5 lb of palmnut cream concentrate
– 1/3 Cup of Cane sugar
– 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of Salt
– About 10 cups of water

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Comments

Isabel Mbala says:

So good ! The last food in Angola 🇦🇴 we call Fumbua and I love too much

Peter Okalo says:

Excuse me familieswhy have never be show up and be proudly of showing the real organic boo Africa’s cuisine like ect ✊🏿✌🏽

Wanda Juarez says:

Ai my best food on thise chanel i love it god bless you😘

Nurse 7Love says:

Originally Africans were mostly vegetarians until the Europeans came and introduced meat eating.

Nancy I R. says:

Hello.t p.mettre les recettes en français stp thank you

Nicole Bullock says:

Am going to try the first one

Nicole Bullock says:

Everything thing great

Caitlin says:

Omg I want to try all this dishes this weekend. Everything looks soo yummy 🤤

Patricia Koroma says:

Great video. Peace to you and your family.
I am going to try all your recipes, just start eating more plants based food and these African dishes would help me a lot.

Bibek Thapa says:

Thank you so much 🙏🏼 for choosing compassion. You have an wonderful family. God bless to you all. Go Vegan🌱🥦🍏🥕

My2Cents says:

A note: plantains with more black spots are sweeter (not as much as a banana – very mild), while they have a more neutral flavor when they're greener. Green plantains are good for frying and for more savory/meaty flavored dishes, while blackish ones are good for breakfast dishes or anything calling for a hint of sweetness.

Pizzaria Lessa says:

I see this foods and it looks like when i see Chinese food, it looks delicious but the gooey textures makes me uncomfortable…

Bill Neill says:

No plantains in recipe list

two sugars says:

Wow ohhhk tomorrow am hunting for a ghanian store here in Canada. Trying to reduce my meat intake.Tired of eating meat daily

Bobby S says:

The Nkok looks so amazing 😍

Good Rising says:

Really like the spinach recipe ! It's part of my menu🌼🌼

Dynamic T says:

I wonder if I can use grits because I don’t have egusi

The Christian Crochet Addict says:

This Ekok looks amazing! Would you eat it with Fufu?

Pamela Jones says:

Thanks for sharing your recipes I'm going to prepare the yukka with greens and plaintains that looks delicious. I wondered how to cook it now I know with your help it's own in my kitchen stemming my food. A beautiful family may God bless.

Jackie Adadi says:

Thank you so much for sharing! My dad is Nigerian so I'm used to these with meat. I'm so excited to make these for myself and my vegan 5 year old! ❤😊👌🏾

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