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EASY CAMEROONIAN BITTERLEAF SOUP RECIPE

This Cameroonian Bitterleaf Soup Recipe is made from washed bitterherbs (washing reduces the bitterness). It is usually consumed by Cameroonians and Nigerians, it can be added to stews, and porridge. This recipe also contains pumpkin seeds commonly called Egusi in Cameroon. It is very delicious and can be eaten with fufu, garri, yams, plantains, potatoes or any of your choice.

1lb Sliced and Washed bitter herbs (Bitterleaf)
14 Cup ground Egusi (pumpkin seeds)
1 pound of Beef
Half pound Cow skin
1 pound Smoked Fish
1/4 CUP crayfish
2 Maggi Buillon
1/2 Tbsp Salt
Half Medium size Onion
1 Cup Palm oil
2 tbsp Garlic and Ginger Paste
1 cup Beef Broth
2 Scotch Bonnets
3 tomatoes

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