All Nigerian Recipes Cookbook
All Nigerian Recipes Cookbook
All Nigerian Recipes Cookbook

How to Cook Nigerian Okpa, Okpa di Oku

If you have ever tasted Okpa 9th Mile, Okpa Oji River or Okpa Wawa and you want to replicate that classic taste in your home, this new recipe is for you.

If you are looking for a new recipe to add to your Nigerian menu, this is for you.

Every Nigerian loves Okpa. The Bambara nuts are cultivated in Northern Nigeria but the Igbos of Eastern Nigeria enjoy Okpa more than any other tribe in Naija.

Okpa di oku, Okpa wawa, okpa 9th mile

Hop over to the website to see the detailed recipe and information about Okpa by clicking this link: How to Cook Okpa. If you cannot see the link, come over to the blog by clicking the link at the beginning of this email.

Or watch the video below:

Your pally in the kitchen,

Flo


Comments

  1. Josephine says:

    I love this and can’t wait to cook it this coming weekend

  2. Okpa is realy a dilicious meal. You can’t understand until you have a taste. Your tonge will tell the story. Keep it up.

  3. Ronnie Cobb says:

    This looks delish but don’t have access to one ingredient, sure wish I did. I love your videos and really appreciate receiving them. If I were still in New York, I’d probably be able to find what I need to make this, but until then I’ll just have to salivate watching the video. Thanks very much.

    • I’m glad you love the videos Ronnie! 🙂 The ingredient you don’t have, is it the Okpa flour?

      • Ronnie Cobb says:

        yes

        • Awww Ronnie, I was hoping the answer will be a NO, that it is an ingredient we can replace. O well!

          • Ronnie Cobb says:

            “that it is an ingredient we can replace. O well!”

            did you mean to say can’t replace? If you meant can replace, what is the ingredient I can purchase here (USA) to replace it.

            • “I was hoping that your answer will be a NO, that it (the ingredient you will mention) is one we can replace.”

              But you said yes and sadly, Okpa is so unique, I can’t think of any alternative. 🙁

              • Ronnie Cobb says:

                Thanks, sniff, sniff I’m so sorry, I won’t get to taste this unique flavored dish.

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