Egusi Soup with Eba


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Egusi soup with eba is a traditional Nigerian dish. Egusi soup is a thick, nutty soup made from ground melon seeds (egusi), various vegetables, and either meat (cow, goat, turkey or chicken), fish (mackerel), or both.

Eba is a staple food in Nigeria made from cassava flour. It is like a dough ball served alongside soups and stews. To eat egusi soup with eba, you tear off a small portion of the eba, shape it into a ball or use it to scoop up the soup.

  • £13 for one portion, serves one person as a main meal
  • Best eaten hot straight away, but can be reheated at home
  • Please enquire for allergen information

Please specify in the order notes if you have any special requests.


celery |cereals containing gluten | crustaceans | eggs | fish| lupin | milk | molluscs | mustard | tree nuts | peanuts | sesame seeds  | soybeans | sulphites
Disclaimer: Allergens present will be highlighted in bold. As our food is prepared in home kitchens, it cannot be guaranteed to be 100% free of any potential allergen. Please contact the cook for questions.

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