Why are they Valuable for African Eats Cuisine?
Ogbono Seeds or (African mango) is scientifically (Irvingia gabonensis. Irvingia gabonensis), is an African tree from West Africa.
Also Irvingia gabonensis for African Eats Cuisine
The tree has various names, depending the region you are from.
It is all over West African, Nigeria, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, and Benin for its edible sweet fruits and seeds.
Ogbono has a good flavour and spme health benefits. Ogbono seeds have some chemical properties useful for medicinal purposes, such as protection against some diseases, or for treating diseases.
The ogbono nut is known for its low cholesterol composition, leading to a lower risk of heart disease in consumers.
Ogbono is also a good source of protein and research shows that it can improve your mood due to the presence of tryptophan. It is also low in sugar and helps reduce the risk of diabetes.
This fatty and protein rich seeds are cultivated, harvested and ground for the preparation of Ogbono soups. In Nigeria, this soup is great with fufu (yam or cassava pudding).
Recent studies show that ogbono is good for treating weight loss. It is insulin resistance, and high cholesterol. Get your good and high quality seeds for your African recipes with us.
Ogbono Health Benefits
The health benefits of ogbono include raising the levels of high-density lipoprotein (good) cholesterol, promoting weight loss and reducing inflammation.
Ogbono Seeds Recipe Soup
Ingredients · 1 cup ogbono seeds · 1 lb beef · 8 oz shaki (tripe) · 12 oz cow feet · ¾ cup palm oil · 1 cups chopped spinach or your choice of leafy
Ogbono Soup is a super tasty, nutrient-dense, and hearty Nigerian soup made with this ingredient.
(African wild mango seeds), classic West African spices, and your choice of meat and fish.
It’s reminiscent of okra stew and goes so well with tasty, filling pounded yams for an extraordinary African meal experience!
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