- Media personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendu recently shared a photo of semo and egusi soup on his social media page
- The media man shared a vomiting emoji that showed his thoughts about the popular native soup
- Ebuka stated that the soup makes him uncomfortable as it nauseates him
Media personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendu has taken to his social media page to share how he feels about egusi - a delicious native Nigerian soup that is mostly taken with swallow.
The media man shared a photo collage of a plate of egusi soup with semovita.
On the photo showing the food was a statement about how people should eat the combination of the soup with the staple.
In the first collage, a plate of egusi and semo was spotted, ready to be eaten. Surprisingly, in the second collage, the plate of food was closed.
Reacting to the photo, the father of two stated that egusi soup is trash. Ebuka then shared a yellow face with scrunched, X-shaped eyes spewing bright-green vomit.
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man wowed white men with the sweet taste of amala.
A Nigerian chef called Victor Ofunime Okunowo showed off an enviable culinary innovation as he 'revolutionised' the making of amala.
On a TV food show, the chef told judges that he will be making pasta out of amala that would have egusi filling, a dish he named Amala Rivoli.
When asked how risky his experimentation was, Victor answered that it was very risky. He told them that the yam flour is called amala back home.
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After rolling and making pasta out of the yam powder (elubo), the master chef made it into a dough as he filled it with egusi soup that has prawns.
A tension-bathed Victor after getting his dish done waited for the review from the judges. On tasting the melon, the white men could not believe how amazing the food was when it hit their tongues.
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