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Contributors:Gabber, Shirley (speaker)
Simon, Godiya (consultant)
Simon, Godiya (participant)
Date Issued:21 Jun 2021
Description:Godiya Simon explains how to cook jute and okra soup in Kibaku. Jute and okra soup is a popular dish in the Kibaku region. The soup is easy and takes about 2 hours to make. It can be made with jute and okra that is fresh or dried. Godiya explains the following steps to make the soup:
1. Wash your fresh jute and okra with water and salt.
2. Cut the jute and okra into pieces.
3. Put your pot on and pour about a cup of water in the pot.
4. Then wash your beans, about one half of a tea cup, and add potash.
5. Allow it to cook for about 30-45 minutes.
6. When the beans are almost done, add the okra and allow it to cook for 10-15 minutes.
7. Then put the jute in to cook for 10-15 minutes.
8. Then you can add oil or palm oil if you want. Some people like using oil but Godiya adds it in.
9. Finally, you add in 2-4 cubes and salt to taste. Your delicious jute and okra soup is ready to eat!
Pages/Duration:00:05:25 for wav file
00:05:14 for mp4 file
Appears in Collections: Language Documentation Training Center (LDTC)

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