Who better to teach you how to prepare proper Efo riro but your grandma from the village? And that’s exactly how chef Michael Elegbede learned to cook his stockfish Efo riro.
Efo riro, is a Nigerian cuisine native to Yorubas in the Southwestern part of the country prepared with vegetables among other ingredients.
Luckily for us, he’s decided to bless us with the recipe, and warning: this is advanced efo riro cooking, and involves soaking your fish for 2 days.
Watch the clip below:
Feeling hungry? Nigerian chef Michael Elegbede shows BBC Africa how to make his grandmother's special stockfish efo riro. 🇳🇬🐟🌶🍽
Listen to The Documentary: Stockfish on BBC World Service now, to find out how Nigerians fell in love with Norwegian fish https://t.co/e7FLJeS1km pic.twitter.com/gQHK0iK1bs
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