How To Prepare Miyan Kuka (Baobab Leaves) Hausa DelicacyHow To Prepare Miyan Kuka (Baobab Leaves) Hausa Delicacy

How To Prepare Miyan Kuka (Baobab Leaves) Hausa Delicacy

How To Prepare Miyan Kuka (Baobab Leaves) Hausa Delicacy

Have you heard of Miyan Kuka? Learn how to prepare this Hausa delicacy in 8 easy steps

Every culture in Nigeria has its unique characteristics, and food is one of them. Today we will see a traditional food from northern Nigeria called “Miyan Kuka” that you can taste this weekend. Miyan means house soup, while English Kuka means baobab.
Miyan Kuka is also called Luru Soup; It is one of the simplest soups in the north based on dried fish. A real delicacy from the north makes grown men sit on earth to eat. It goes well with “Tuwo” (flour cereals) of all kinds and uses a spoon “Mai Shanu” (processed milk fat).

Here’s how to cook this delicious traditional dish.


How To Prepare Miyan Kuka (Baobab Leaves) Hausa Delicacy

INGREDIENTS FOR MIYAN KUKA

  1. 3 tablespoons of a powdered hook (baobab leaf)
  2.  1 kg of beef ribs (cut into pieces)
  3.  2 dry catfish (Busheshen Kifi)
  4.  2 tablespoons of red palm oil
  5.  2 tablespoons ground crab
  6.  1/4 cup of fresh carob beans or 2 hard drives (Dawadawa)
  7.  Habanero pepper (atarodo, atarugu)
  8.  1 onion bulb
  9. 2 large spice cubes
  10. Salt (as you wish)

HOW TO PREPARE MIYAN KUKA

  • Cook the beef ribs with the spice cubes and onions.
  • When the meat is cooked, turn off the heat, remove the onions, and then remove the meat from the meat broth.
  • Add the Cook Powder, sprinkling with the meat broth as you add. Then stir with a spoonful with a spoon very well to get a smooth, lump-free mixture.
  • Add a mixture of pepper, crab, and Dawa Dawa and palm oil. Stir well.
  • Cover and cook for 5 minutes over medium heat, stirring occasionally. The hook is very similar to the ogbon, so it sticks to the bottom of the pot if it does not shake frequently.
  • After 5 minutes, add the cooked meat and a little salt, if necessary. Stir well.
  • Cover to boil again
  • Serve with Tuwo
How To Prepare Miyan Kuka (Baobab Leaves) Hausa Delicacy

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