In this period of festivity, where by guests will be coming to visit, it is important to try as much as possible to make them comfortable and a little food recipe won’t be a bad idea so i decided to put down something fast and enjoyable.
Isiewu could either be used as an Nkwobi sauce or pepper –soup, it is a sauce mostly eaten in the eastern part of Nigeria,
and enough spicy pepper should be added to avoid nausea.
– 1 Goat head
– ½ oz Fresh blended or pounded chilli pepper
– 1 whole Onions
– Potassium salt (káhQn in Yoruba)
– 1 Tablespoon Palm oil
– Garden egg leaf /Utazi (optional)
Step 1 Boil the goat head meat with 1/4 of potassium salt to make it soften quickly because it takes time to cook,
leave for 45 minutes.
Step 2 Take another thick pan and add small quantity of water, allow to warm, add 1 cooking spoon of palm oil, add
1/8 of 1 potassium to melt in the warm water for thickness, Add spicy pounded or dry chilli pepper, add a bit of
dry or smoked crayfish (optional) and seasoning (Maggi and salt). Heat all together for 10 minutes; if too thick
add bit water. Bring down to cool before adding the meat.
Step 3 Check the goat head, if well cooked and softened, Drain out the water, and mix the meat alone inside the
Step 4 Rinse and add Utazi leaf or spinach vegetable leaf and also add slices of a bulb of onion to spice it up
Step 5 Serve the Isiewu goat head sauce with very chilled drink
Note – There should be enough pepper to avoid being nauseated, you could boil the vegetable for 1min depending on your
taste but not compulsory.