Ugba is an oil bean seed. It is one of the highlights of restaurants in Nigeria. This is a conventional Igbo meal. Ugba is prepared in almost the same way as the African Salad (Abacha) but using Ugba as the main ingredient.
Ugba preparation is similar to that of Breadfruit with Corn (Ukwa na Oka).
This special meal quite exclusive and requires expensive ingredient. That’s why people who make Ugba without adding Abacha are considered to be wealthy! Now, let us look at one of the recipes for cooking Ugba.
Ugba is a salad of sorts which is eaten by Eastern Nigerians especially at ceremonial occasions.
If you’ve never had a plate of ugba ( akpaka)then please allow us inform you that you’ve been missing out on a meal that’s not only easy to prepare but also very tasty and filling.
Ugba(akpaka) is a salad of sorts which is eaten by Eastern Nigerians especially at ceremonial occasions so today we’re bring the ceremony right to your living room as we share this long-standing recipe.
- Wash, season and boil the stock fish and goat meat until tender