Owoh soup is a native food of the urhobo people in Nigeria. It is also called oil soup it can be eaten with garri(eba), unripe plantain, yam and starch.
- Native oil
- Native salt(ugwerue) or potash
- Little quantity of starch
- Little quantity of garri
- Meat or Fish
Procedure / steps
- Put water on fire, then add your meat or fish
- Add your grounded crayfish
- Soak a little quantity of garri in water, then add it to the boiling ingredient for thickness
- Allow it to boil for some minutes
- Add your native oil and allow to boil for few minutes
- Make sure u ground your potash or native salt to power form then mix with little water. Then add to the boiling content.
- Mix little quantity of starch in water, then add it for thickness.
Note: its the quantity that would determine the thickness of the soup
- Add your maggi and salt to taste
- Allow to boil to desired taste
Note: Allow the soup to cool before covering it to prevent the soup from getting watery.
Finally soup is ready..