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|Preparing Nkwobi by Nobody: 8:00pm On Jul 18, 2006|
Can anyone tell me the secret of preparing Nkwobi? That's a tasty meal I can never ever forget.
From the 1st time I tasted it, I never looked back. Hope I never chop winch join.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by dondele(m): 9:14pm On Jul 18, 2006|
i no blame you my man. this na wetin girl carry hold me for her house for 2 days. i eat nkwobi so tey my belle dey cry. kai, the thing sweet nobi small.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by ikamefa(f): 5:23am On Jul 19, 2006|
what is nkwobi?
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by diddy4(m): 7:28am On Jul 19, 2006|
kai, na one of my best naija dishes. a girl wey sabi describe it shud come and do it. the thing sweet well oooooooo.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by Txlonghorn(m): 7:32am On Jul 19, 2006|
abeg diddy what is this Nkwobi.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by chy(f): 10:33am On Jul 19, 2006|
Nkowbi is a meat (cow meat esp.the foot) in sauce
pepper fresh pepper
utazi leaf(it is bitter)
Salt to taste
Boil your cowfoot with only water till is done
Then pour palm oil into a pot add ur potash which is already ground
Mix until it is thick then add grinded fresh pepper,crayfish , maggi,salt
mix all and taste the sauce to make sure all is balanced
then add the boiled cowfoot and mix add the utazi leaves
Then nkwobi is ready
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by ikamefa(f): 8:12pm On Jul 19, 2006|
if this is how it is prepared then i totally missed this when i was in igbo land * hummmmmmmmmm salivating* oh well
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by Txlonghorn(m): 3:04am On Jul 20, 2006|
Thank you Chy, you God sent. But I thought cow feet is Nkow afe
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by edygirl(f): 3:20am On Jul 20, 2006|
@chy, also with goat meat and cow head. I can prepare it . Back home each time I am to manage our shop people don't leave or at times leave and come back cuz of Nkwobi and pami. uhu. Mehn, you guys just made me wanna go back home.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by Txlonghorn(m): 3:23am On Jul 20, 2006|
I'm way ahead of you edygirl. My sister you have to come to my wine carrying in Obosi.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by edygirl(f): 3:26am On Jul 20, 2006|
TX you just got me throw my self on the floor. Thanx for the invitation.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by Txlonghorn(m): 3:29am On Jul 20, 2006|
sisterm no hurt yourself oo Onitsha kwalu Obosi
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by edygirl(f): 3:34am On Jul 20, 2006|
@chy, you missed the very important ingredient for Nkwobi. Uburu ewu (goat's brain) when preparing it with goat meat and the same for cow too. You cook and grind and mix with the ingredients. My lawd.Anyways yadiba.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by Mystique(f): 7:26am On Jul 26, 2006|
I dont know how to prepare it , but it sure tastes nice
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by Bisiriyu: 9:02am On Jul 26, 2006|
It's really tasty if you prepare it well.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by Oracle(m): 5:59am On Aug 01, 2006|
I don't know how to make it coz my mum does the preparing but one thing i know is when prepared i can finish a whole pot
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by Nobody: 2:46am On Mar 26, 2007|
just saw this thread.
Nkwobi is actually "poor man's isiewu" lol.
Sadly I've never eaten it but I can confidently speak on Isiewu.
Back in naija,Enugu to be precise, there was this joint in Uwani that had a killer Isiewu.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by ghettochyk(f): 2:52am On Mar 26, 2007|
chineke!!!! who ever makes dat ngwo ngwo please save me some!!! i'm coming! if i don't make it there in time save it na the fridge for me biko!
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by spoilt(f): 3:09am On Mar 26, 2007|
dont know how to make it. but ate nkwobi in jos. i was hooked. it was good!
the one you make never tastes as good as the one sold in a joint. word!
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by ghettochyk(f): 4:15am On Mar 26, 2007|
i learned to make it a while ago.it;'s been a WHILE since i've made it now i dont remeber how to make it
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by jaybaby(f): 5:03pm On Mar 26, 2007|
Yes Yes Yes---I know that Joint in Uwani--O M g I'v 4gotten d Name of da place--They Cook Isiewu like no mAn's Buss & It Taste real GOOD
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by soniqueb: 1:37am On May 04, 2010|
hey guys,there's somethg missing from this recipe, somethg called ugba? stringy stuff used to garnish it
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by freshera: 12:03pm On May 06, 2010|
Nkwobi is the Igbo name for spicy goat legs cooked and served in a rich chilli gravy, a delicacy considered by foodies as one of the special gifts from the food stable from the South-Eastern part of the country to the rest of Nigeria and indeed, the world.
It is a real favourite amongst Nigerians who as a rule are known to consume peppery foods, flavoured with chillies and various spices. However, when preparing nkwobi, pepper can be used as will suit the eater's taste.
It is traditionally eaten unaccompanied as a single dish.
Recipe (to serve 6)
Limbs only of 1 goat
Palm oil (2 cooking spoons)
Edible potash (Akanwu)
Ground hot peppers
1 onion (chopped into tiny bits)
Blended crayfish (1 cooking spoon)
Lemon juice (1 cooking spoon)
A native bitter leaf, Utazi
The goat legs should be de-hoofed and thoroughly washed, using a sponge and lukewarm water. Then chop the meat into small pieces, preferably cubes, and rinse once more. Rub in the lemon juice. Put the meat into a large pot, season lightly and cook on moderate heat for about 45 minutes.
When the meat is tender pour out into a bowl with some of the stock.
In a separate bowl, combine the pepper, chopped onions, crayfish, salt and seasoning. Add warm water and thoroughly mix.
Place a clean pot on the cooker and add the palm oil. Warm it slightly then add in the edible potash and cover for a minute. Stir the oil and the potash vigorously until a thick mash is formed. Add some water to dilute. Stir in the mixture of peppers, onions, crayfish and seasoning, cover the lid and let it simmer for about three minutes.
Wash the utazi leaf in a warm water then chop into tiny bits. Add the utazi into the boiling gravy; too much utazi will give the nkwobi a funny taste so add this condiment carefully.
Allow the entire mixture to simmer for 5 more minutes. (Another option is to simply withhold the utazi and onions and serve it sprinkled on top of the cooked nkwobi).
Put the goat legs into serving mortars or traditional earthenware bowls and pour in the hot mixture.
Nkwobi should be nicely set out alongside chilled palm wine or any cold drink. Invite friends and family to enjoy this culinary delight.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by charityUg: 6:10pm On Jul 28, 2011|
thanks freshera for the detailed info, i am trying this tomorrow.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by tpia5: 6:11pm On Jul 28, 2011|
sounds tasty though i dont quite understand the picture.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by babaowo: 6:34pm On Aug 11, 2011|
have been looking for this since! Thanks for the tutorial lol
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by mummy3(f): 3:42pm On Aug 22, 2011|
How do they prepare Nkwo okuko?
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by mummy3(f): 3:50pm On Aug 22, 2011|
freshera:Are you sure this is nkwobi's picture or fried egg in the mortar
because saliva has dried off my throat.
|Re: Preparing Nkwobi by GoodWife: 3:49pm On Feb 04, 2013|
Here's a video on how to prepare Nkwobi:
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