Learn How To Make Isi-Ewu (Goat Head Meat Soup) At Home


isi ewu goat head

I have never for once come to agree with myself on which part of Nigeria has the best soups especially considering the array of soups that are peculiar among the Easterners and the South southerners.  You will agree with me that it is a tough competition between these groups of people. While I ponder about this in my small apartment, a female friend who came visiting had a cooler of Isi-Ewu with her.

isi ewu goat head

As I ate a plate of the meaty soup, I could not but ask for more and I felt it would be nice to get the recipe from her and share with you on this platform. Isi- Ewu is made from goat head and I bet a bite will surely convince you to eat more.

How To Cook (Prepare) Isi-ewu (Goat Head Soup)

Here are the ingredients that you need with instructions to prepare your own Isi-ewu at home. Follow the recipe/guide step by step and you are sure to make a delicious pot of Isi-ewu.

The Ingredients For Isi-Ewu

  • One goat head
  • 2 big Onions bulbs,
  • 2-3 roasted calabash nutmeg,
  • 4 pieces of habenero peppers (Ata rodo),
  • 2 meat flavour seasoning cubes and salt to taste.
  • 20cl or 200ml of Palm oil
  • Enough water to cook the meat
  • Tyme, curry and potash (Kaun)
  • Ground crayfish and sliced Utazi leaves

Note: The utazi leaf is included to add some bitter flavour to the Isi-Ewu while potash (kaun) is added to make the palm oil curdle up.

Pre-Cooking Step In Making Isi-Ewu

  • Get your goat head chopped into smaller pieces. This could be done by the meat sellers. Wash the entire meat pieces properly using foam and iron sponge to remove dirt particularly in the ears and tongue part. Keep aside.
  • Wash and slice the fresh utazi leaves into tiny pieces just like you would do for your vegetables and set aside.
  • Soak a tea spoon of potash or kaun in small amount of water, let it dissolve well and sieve the water; then set aside the water.
  • Peel, wash and slice one onion bulb into ring forms and set aside.
  • Blend the other onion bulb and pepper into pasty form. Add only little amount of water if you must blend. It is better if you can pound them. Set aside.

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Ahmed Ogundimu
Ahmed is a Food Scientist/Technologist first of all. A Seasoned Blogger, Astute Marketer, Food Enthusiast and Manchester United Lover. I read anything and everything available so I know so many useful and useless things.

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