UKAZI/ AFANG LEAVES (3 portions)
Ukazi leaves are used for cooking?Afang soup?and?Okazi/Ukazi Soup. The? leaves are tough(hard) and glossy and looks more like the leaves of an orange tree. It doesn?t really have a distinctive smell,but it has a slightly bitter taste. Some people add it to?egusi soup?and?other vegetable soups. While Some old efik men chew it raw with palm oil due to its medicinal values.
VEGETABLES FROM MARY’S CROFT: Fresh Groceries in this category include African Spinach, Okro, Ewedu, Ugu, scent leaf, curry leaves, ukazi, Afang leaves/utazi, bitter leaf, uziza, water leaf, cabbage, Green marrow, White and green garden egg, lettuce, moi moi leaves, Spring onion, Green peas, Yellow pepper, Green pepper, Cauliflower flower and more. These includes the leafy parts of plants that we can consume. Vegetables can be eaten raw or cooked. These can be used to make native soups like efo riro, edikaikong and more. Imagine making edikaikong soup for lunch with your family on Saturday or slicing a piece of green pepper with a bit of green peas in your noodles. Mary’s Croft shops fresh groceries from various farms and sellers in Nigeria suitable for individuals, family, caterers and restaurants so whether you are looking to buy in retail or in bulk. We have a wide variety of fresh items for breakfast lunch dinner swallow or native soup and occasions that you can select from to make your cooking easy for a delicious meal. Vegetables can be stored at room temperature should be removed from their original packaging and left loose in fresh air. These items are very affordable and ensure that you get value for your money. So why won’t you take advantage of our convenient shopping, payment methods and have your items delivered to you anywhere in Lagos.
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.