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|How To Prepare Amunututu Leaves by k4kenny(f): 2:55pm On May 11, 2013|
Hi all. So I recently got these amunututu leaves from a nice neighbour's veg gardens. Problem is I'm not familiar with it at all. The leaves are short and broad, I was told they are similar to water leaves (gure).
Is there anyone out there that can give M̶̲̅ε̲̣ a simple procedure on how to prepare d stew? Heard you can add bitter leaves to it. Awaiting ur response. Fenks yall
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|Re: How To Prepare Amunututu Leaves by hazureal(f): 6:20pm On May 11, 2013|
I usually add ugwu to mine. Pls note – do not add water during the course of cooking the soup.
1. Amunututu leaves
2. Palm oil – ½ cup
3. Prawns – 1 cup
4. Brown Ponmo (cow hide) –washed, boiled and cut into bite sizes.
5. Pepper and tomato paste – ½ cup
6. Onions – 1 large(diced)
7. Locust beans – ¼ cup (washed)
10. Smoked mackerel – 1 large (washed and cut into bite sizes)
Wash vegetables properly, shred and keep in a bowl
Heat palm oil in a pot.
Add onions, locust beans and fry for 5 minutes.
Add pepper mixture and cook for 5 minutes.
Add salt and seasoning to taste.
Add prawns, ponmo, fish, and cover for 10 minutes.
Add the vegetables and let cook for 10 minutes.
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|Re: How To Prepare Amunututu Leaves by dominique(f): 6:27pm On May 11, 2013|
Never heard of it
|Re: How To Prepare Amunututu Leaves by hazureal(f): 6:58pm On May 11, 2013|
Its also known as Indian Spinach.
|Re: How To Prepare Amunututu Leaves by k4kenny(f): 10:57am On May 12, 2013|
Thanks a lot hazureal. I'll surely follow d directions and tell u how it goes. Cheers.
|Re: How To Prepare Amunututu Leaves by k4kenny(f): 3:07pm On May 15, 2013|
Okay so I finally made the soup yesterday. In addition to d smoked fish, I added periwinkle and soft shelled crabs. It was YUM . Thanks again
Wanted to upload the pic, but d site is saying its too big. Maybe when I resize it sha.
|Re: How To Prepare Amunututu Leaves by hazureal(f): 5:50pm On May 15, 2013|
You need to see me beaming with smiles while reading your post. I'm glad the recipe helped.
Pls do post the pic immediately you get it resized.
|Re: How To Prepare Amunututu Leaves by igbonla(m): 12:56am On Oct 27, 2013|
Nice recipe! Amunututu is one of the best vegetable around, better prepared with little bit of egusi (melon). You wont eat this everyday so the little egusi is ok; this goes with all the solids (similar to the red hibiscus - isapa).
Where can I find the seed, need to plant some?
|Re: How To Prepare Amunututu Leaves by Funjosh(m): 3:16am On Aug 06, 2015|
You are making me to remember somebody
|Re: How To Prepare Amunututu Leaves by Nobody: 5:44pm On Aug 06, 2015|
I miss amunututu my mum's Favourite. I can't seem to find it in lagos market. Kilode?
|Re: How To Prepare Amunututu Leaves by octopusfreaky(f): 8:27am On Aug 08, 2015|
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