- A famous chef on TikTok revealed the bowl of okra soup an American resident ordered from Nigeria
- The soup had seafood had all manner of condiments, and was packed in a white 5L bowl
- A seasoned chef, Grace Adepoju, told Legit.ng that using films over the bowls of food is an excellent way to preserve them during exports
A popular Nigerian chef on TikTok has showcased different bowls of soups that got many talking online.
Words written on the video read: "320k", as she presented a big bowl of okra with all manner of condiments.
The lady with the handle @hotmbycheft said a woman from the US ordered it.
Bowl of delicious okra soup
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Many Nigerians were confused about whether the N320k was for just the 5L okra soup or everything on her table.
Exporting food as a business
Speaking with Legit.ng, a top chef, Grace Adepoju, said preserving the food for the US trip is possible.
"They can use film to cover it."
On the profitability of exporting cooked food from Nigeria, she said:
"Very profitable for that price."
Watch the video below:
Legit compiled some of the reactions below:
"Hmm and what chef dammy will do for a token price 50k."
"Miss alade no dey cook for house abi."
"If everything here is 320k then it's cheap."
"Who no fit enter kitchen we say "It worth It" The 320k is for all or for just one? with 50k, I can Cook any of the Soup."
"How you go take close the bucket."
"Broke people Na em full this comment,320k is worth it."
"320 na big money ooo."
"How much is one cow? Even though my money is like ocean i can never try it."
Chloe cj asked:
"How will you ship this to USA?"
"How do you ship it? won't it get bad before it arrives the USA."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian lady showed one could use heartbreak as fuel to fulfill a personal goal.
She revealed that her ex left her because she was hawking crayfish.
Jumping on a viral TikTok challenge, the lady had bags of food items on her head. Seconds into the video, she transitioned into a CEO.