How to make the best Okpa in Nigeria

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Published on June 20, 2019 by

Okpa is a traditional Nigerian food common to the people of the eastern part of Nigeria, Enugu especially.

Today, we bring to you another episode of Food Arena and our presenter will be aided by Chineyen who hails from Enugu. Chineyen will be helping us with the preparation of Okpa from start to finish.

It is made with Bambara nuts/seeds which is then ground into a powdery state to make Bambara Flour. Other ingredients used in the making Okpa are the following:
* Bambara flour
* Palm oil
* Ground Crayfish
* Seasoning cubes
* Onion
* Ground Chili Pepper or Chopped Pepper
* Salt
* Hot water (preferably)

Okpa is best eaten hot and can be eaten cold too and it really tastes so delicious. It tastes like nothing you have ever eaten but it is nice.

Will you make okpa at your end? Let us know, like, share your views in the comment section below.

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12 comments

  • Queen East 4 weeks ago

    First one pin me please BattaBox

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  • _tlf._ 4 weeks ago

    Can you do a video on how to make coconut oil and sabulun salo?

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    • BattaBox 4 weeks ago

      @_tlf_ We will relate this to the team and possibly make that happen.

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  • beevs bar 4 weeks ago

    Love the host

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  • Star Strudel 4 weeks ago

    I can’t believe how yellow that food is, it’s as yellow as Warri’s shirt! Lovely community there. The women seem so warm and welcoming. I’d break bread with them any day.

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  • Michael Heery 4 weeks ago

    Jeeeeeez MODERN WORLD.

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  • AKOYON Elizabeth 4 weeks ago

    Please don’t use ur mouth to blow d bag is not good

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  • Khuntarika Ekcharee 4 weeks ago

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  • James Jones 4 weeks ago

    People prefer this to the nonsensical “Nigerians do this or that” which is the same as all other nations. You do not even attempt to be original in the questioning style, this guy is original in his style; much like when the channel started.

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  • The Baddest 4 weeks ago

    Is okpa “seeds’ chickpeas??

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    • Caramel Diva 4 weeks ago

      The Baddest no. They are bambara nuts.

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  • Raisingqueens-uche 4 weeks ago

    You didn’t show the ingredients,how do i follow the recipe.

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