I laughed when we passed the door and told her i wasn’t hungry anymore. She said it was her favorite eating place and wasted no time in ordering beans and stew with pomo and egg. After a while when i couldn’t take it anymore, i decided to “manage” the white rice and stew. Before i knew what was happening, i had ordered a second round plus “take away” for later on…lol!
Buka stew is a popular Nigerian stew usually served in local restaurants known as bukas. Contrary to all ambiguities associated with the preparation of this delicacy, buka stew is simply a palm-oil based stew made with a mixture of tomato and different varieties of pepper. It can be served alongside dishes such as plain rice, beans, porridge yam, or soups combos such as plain okra soup, egusi soup, ewedu soup with gbegiri & amala. In this post, i’d be teaching you how to make buka stew right at home so you won’t go longing for it outside your home anymore ;).
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