Peanuts (Groundnut) Soup | Hausa Foods
Groundnut (peanut) soup is a delicious soup from Northern Nigeria. Different recipes exist within different Nigerian ethnic group. This recipe is particularly from the Hausa tribe but also loved by other Nigerian ethnic groups.
of sliced onions.
Salt to taste.
Ground tatashe pepper
Sliced spring onions
Grind the 2 cups of groundnuts (peanuts) You want fresh peanuts.
Ground the crayfish and set aside.
Season your beef and cook it. Use 2 seasoning cubes, a teaspoon each of garlic, ginger, salt and sliced onions.
Boil your hibiscus leaves seperately (if you will be using it) use just a pinch of potash and water. Boil until it becomes soft. Then wash and set aside.
Wash the dried fish and set aside.
Once your beef is well cooked, Add ground tatashe, palm oil, ground crayfish, allow to boil for some minutes. Add Daddawa (Hausa local seasoning) and taste for salt.
Add 2-3 cups of water, the washed dried fish.
Allow the soup to boil for 3 minutes before adding the ground groundnuts (peanuts)
Add the properly cooked and washed hibiscus leaves and allow to simmer for 3 minutes.
Spring onions and the spinach should follow, allow for a minute, stir.
Taste for salt and you are ready to serve.
Your groundnut soup or miyan geda is ready to serve.
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