How to make Abak Mbakara (Seafood palm nut soup)

Highly nutritious and tasty, this soup is native to the Niger Delta region in South South Nigeria.

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It's the middle of the week and in anticipation of the weekend, we're sharing this very special recipe.

Highly nutritious and tasty, this soup is native to the Niger Delta region in South South Nigeria, a variation of banga soup.

Expectedly, this soup is made of palm oil, spices and a variety of sea foods. Check out the video guide by Nigeria Food TV below on how to make it.

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