How To Cook Oha (Ora) Soup
Oha soup, also known as Ora soup, is a famous and tasty local soup from the eastern region of Nigeria. Oha soup (Ora soup) is so good that non-natives like eating it whenever they have the chance.
Ora soup is simple to make and must be cooked using Oha leaves because there are no alternatives.
This tasty and simple Nigerian soup may be served with fufu, eba, semovita, pounded yam, or any other item of your choice. Cassava Fufu and Oha soup, on the other hand, are said to be a combination made in heaven. Ora soup is simple to make and well worth the effort.
12 pieces beef
8 Pieces Ponmo
½ cup palm oil
1 tablespoon Ogiri isi
8 pieces yellow and red scotch bonnet peppers
2 heaped tablespoons grounscrayfish
4 beef seasoning cubes
Salt to taste
2½ bunches oha leaves
10-12 Uziza leaves
2 dried fish