Strong decoder channels - Free Channels On Strong Decoder

Satellites And Channels Available on Strong Below are the Satellites and Free-to-air Channels receivable in Africa from Strong.

Download WAEC CBT App for Android
Download JAMB CBT App for Android
Call or Text 09034039101 for Past Questions And Answers Only

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Atama Soup Prepared With Abak (Banga Soup)

Atama soup prepared with ABAK (Banga Soup) is an indigenous meal eaten in Nigeria. This food is common among the South-South states of Nigeria.


Before you proceed, checkout:

How to Make Vegetable Soup (Ugu Soup)
Afang Soup Delicacy & Recipe
Okazi Soup Preparation & Ingredients

Atama Soup Recipe

  • Beef (1/2 kilo)
  • Fresh or smoked fish (1 medium size)
  • Cow skin (10 medium pieces)
  • Stockfish head (1 medium head)
  • 1 cup of Periwinkle in shell
  • 1 small bunch of Atama leaves
  • Palm fruit
  • 3 tablespoons of ground crayfish
  • Uyayak (local spice)
  • 1Knorr cube (Seasoning)
  • 2½ litres of Water (for extraction of the oily liquid)
  • Salt to taste.
  • Pepper.
    Atama Soup Prepared With Abak (Banga Soup)

Atama Soup Preparation Method

  • Wash periwinkles thoroughly. Then Wash and boil the palm fruits for about 30 minutes. Strain off the water and pound the palm fruit until the pulp/fibre separates from the nuts.
  • Boil some clean water and add to the pounded palm fruit and mix thoroughly to separate the oily extract from the rest of the pulp, then strain off the oily extract.
  • Wash, cut up and season your meat with salt, Knorr cube and small pepper, then steam for about 5 minutes on low heat. Then add about 1½ cups of water and the stockfish head and continue boiling for about 20 minutes till the meat is almost cooked, and remove from heat.
  • Cut the Atama leaves into very fine pieces. Pound them for about 10 minutes till the leaves are finely pounded. Then place the oily extract on the burner and allow to boil for about 5 minutes to remove all moisture.
  • Add cooked meat and washed smoked fish, meat stock, periwinkle, crayfish, pepper and Knorr and Uyayak. Stir and allow to boil for about 10 minutes. Add the atama leaves and boil without stirring for another 10 minutes. Stir and add salt to taste.
  • Allow to simmer for another 15 –10 minutes or until slightly thick. Remove from heat and serve with pounded yam, garri or cassava fufu.

1 comments so far

Am now hungry... Damn it. Am missing home


EmoticonEmoticon