How To Make Nigeria’s Gbegiri Soup

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Published on June 14, 2019 by

Gbegiri soup is a delicacy made by the people of the South West in Nigeria. It is made from a blend of beans and some other food recipes.

The food, gbegiri soup is common to the people of the Yoruba tribe and this soup is mostly accompanied with solid food like Eba, Amala, Pounded Yam, Semovita and many more. It is also consumed with its very best friend😁 “Ewedu”. Meaning without ewedu, gbegiri soup is not complete.

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12 comments

  • fine9ja 1 month ago

    Im glad to see you again Warri Pikin, good job! I havnt had this food in a long time. All this food your eating Warri is making your face fuller

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  • Stacy Pow 1 month ago

    It looks good but I’m very concerned about all that protein and fibre rich beans. What do they do with it after straining?

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  • J Pecco 1 month ago

    🤔all those hands in one plate, sucking fingers but no washing of the hands. .why not use cutlery in this day and age, cannot be hygienic 😯

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    • Sholly B 1 month ago

      How do you know they never washed their hands?

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    • We wuz Kangz 1 month ago

      J Pecco stfu

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  • GODSWILL CHILAKA 1 month ago

    Kai yorubaaaaa!

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  • Monday Vivian 1 month ago

    Nice one

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  • Okebadan Dahunsi 1 month ago

    Freshly made hot Laafun goes well with Gbegiri & Ewedu😋😋😋😋😋
    You can cook beans without Potash, it’s just going to take longer to break down the beans.

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  • Yoruba_ Yoruba 1 month ago

    I love gbegiri soup but my all time favourite Yoruba meal is ikokore😋

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  • Loves Yehushua 1 month ago

    Is it watch the beans or wash the beans 2:30

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  • Raymond Guo 1 month ago

    Love it when Warri Pikin comes out with another episode!

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  • pamela anyakorah 1 month ago

    Thank god aunty did not show her boobs in this episode

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