"I Want Her Type for Marriage": Oyinbo Lady Cooks African Salad for Nigerian Husband in Video

"I Want Her Type for Marriage": Oyinbo Lady Cooks African Salad for Nigerian Husband in Video

  • A white woman has caught the attention of netizens after sharing her recipe for the popular Nigerian dish called Abacha
  • While sharing the intriguing clip on TikTok, she revealed that she was cooking the Igbo dish for her Nigerian husband
  • The video attracted many comments from netizens who admired her passion for trying Nigerian recipes even as a foreigner

A hardworking white woman has gone viral after cooking a Nigerian dish, Abacha, for her Nigerian husband.

In the video, she listed all her ingredients including palm oil, potash, onions, seasoning, stock fish, catfish, salt, pepper, spinach leaf, and the well-soaked and washed Abacha.

Oyinbo woman cooks African salad for Nigerian husband
Oyinbo woman cooks African salad for Nigerian husband Photo credit: @onyeochajesus/TikTok.
Source: TikTok

White woman stuns many as she prepares 'Abacha' for husband

She further showed the step-by-step procedure which she used to make the food for her beloved husband.

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In her words:

"Cooking Abacha for my Nigerian husband, palm oil, potash, add water mix well, make sure your gas is off, add ogiri if you have it(I didn't have it) seasoning, stock fish, catfish, pepper, onions, salt, add welled soaked and mixed abacha, add spinach leaf and garden egg."

Reactions trail video of white woman preparing Abacha for husband

The video attracted lots of comments from netizens who appreciate her efforts in trying Nigerian cooking recipes.

@Alicia reacted:

"You are a good learner but that garden egg is spoilt."

@promise tylor said:

"Justice for Abacha, you must use hands because it contained secret ingredients."

@Didyy wrote:

"U are really good with all the Nigerian dishes u have made, u must be a fast learner."

@Krystalkrys replied:

"As a proud Igbo babe, I give u kudus. Nne u are doin well."

@KRISTA said:

"As a foreigner who isn't used to our local dish. You did great but I think the garden eggs are spoilt."

@NmaOgbodo added:

"Wifey, you did so well. You tried truly. Don't listen to anyone telling you otherwise."

@duweiny2 said:

"Me i go chop am like that o. it's all the love and care she put to preparing it that counts after all. Mama, kudos! you try jare."

@Michealofficial wrote:

"Omo na this kind oyibo I want."

Watch the video below:

Man packs Egusi, Ogbono, to meet oyinbo lover

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man who was flown to Germany by the oyinbo woman, @pias.vibe, he had been in a long-distance relationship with, cooked African food for his lover.

In an earlier report, the lovers got so emotional as they hugged themselves abroad when the Nigerian man arrived in the foreign country. A recent video shared by the woman captured the different food spices like eguisi, ogbono, pepper, onions, and vegetable, among others, the man brought to the country.

The man could be seen chopping onions on a board in the kitchen as he got set to cook for his woman. As of the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 100 comments with more than 8,000 likes.

Source: Legit.ng

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