Egusi Soup is a very rich soup. It is made with ground melon seed that serves as the thickener alongside other vegetables.
It is a one pot West African meal enjoyed especially in Nigeria by different tribes who have come to make variations of it.
It goes well with swallows like Fufu, Amala, Semovita, Wheat, Pounded Yam and even more. For someone like me who doesn’t eat swallow, I have mine with hot white rice. Trust me, this is super delicious. Something worth trying too.
Egusi seeds are rich in fat and protein, and add these essential nutrients into whatever meal you choose to make with it.
Other names for Egusi are “agusi or agushi”. They are seeds gotten from plants such as squash, melon, and gourd.
Before you start cooking
2) Blend the Egusi seed, half of a single Onion, and Crayfish together. Set aside as well.
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