WHAT I ATE IN ENUGU

Na person wey chop bele full…

Translation: a well fed person..

After the hike at Ngwo and the waterfall experience it was time to taste some igbo(tribe in Enugu) delicacies. We settled for a local spot at Udi that had some plastic tables and chairs scattered around in an open compound, nothing fancy.

I was pleasantly surprised with the taste of the food. We had  bush meat, palm wine and Abacha  also known as African salad made from cassava,.

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Abacha
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Bush meat

OK I’m not about to lie, I didn’t eat the bush meat because i didn’t want meat in between my teeth(braces)🙈. I saw everyone gnawing at the bones so it must have been delicious.After the meal we burned some calories by dancing.

At the hotel, we had nkwobi (cow foot), isi ewu (goat’s head) ,pepper soup and more palm wine for dinner. I noticed the presence of Utazi leaves in all the local dishes, it gave the food a bitter-sweet taste. If you like spicy food, Enugu is the place to be.

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Nkwobi
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Isi Ewu
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Pepper soup

 

Everything that lives and moves about will be food for you. Just as I gave you the green plants, I now give you everything. Genesis 9:3 New International Version

Pictures from Kentucker photography

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Palm wine

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Carrying fresh hot Okpa the morning we left Enugu for Lagos with the CEO of Social Prefect Tours Chiamaka.
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Okpa
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Okpa made from bambara nut

 

 

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