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Noun1.Irvingia - wild mango
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
family Simaroubaceae, quassia family, Simaroubaceae - chiefly tropical trees and shrubs with bitter bark having dry usually one-seeded winged fruit
dika, Irvingia gabonensis, wild mango, wild mango tree - African tree with edible yellow fruit resembling mangos; valued for its oil-rich seed and hardy green wood that resists termites
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It is also known as luru soup and is similar to ogbono soup that is peculiar to the Eastern part of Nigeria.
Typical West African dishes like garri, fufu, amala, pounded yam, egusi, ogbono soup, banga soup, oha soup, porridge soup, suya, nkwobi and assorted peppers soup are served at the restaurant.
For variations 2,4, and 6, melt the ground "ogbono" seed (Irvingia gabonensis) in the heated palm oil, add water (for variation 1) or meat and stock (for variations 4 and 6), and bring to boil.
I went and ended up carrying smelly smoked fish, ogbono, eggs,egusi, all sorts of foodstuffs.
[8.] Ataga AE and G Ota-Ibe Seed-borne fungi of the wild mango (ogbono) [Irvingia gabonensis (Aubry-Leconte ex.
Some of the popular seeds used for soup preparation as condiments and thickeners in the Igbo speaking South Eastern parts of Nigeria are Irvingia gabonesis (ogbono) and Citrullus colocynthis (melon).
The Head of the Laboratory of Nutrition and Nutritional Biochemistry at the University of Yaounde, Cameroon, he revealed the latest clinical evidence on a recently developed extract from the seed of the Irvingia gabonensis fruit, also known as bush mango and ogbono, which grows in Cameroon and neighboring regions of Nigeria.
Smith's heart must have fluttered with less than two minutes on the clock when Zito Ogbono's low cross was just a bit behind Baruch Degu with the Rangers defence posted missing.
Aflatoxins have been discovered within: Polish roasted and salted peanuts in Slovenia; Ethiopian mixed spices in Italy; Chinese, Ivory Coast and Ghanaian peanut butter in Britain; American almonds in Italy; Turkish hazelnuts, kernels and paste in France, Germany and Italy; Nigerian ogbono groundnuts in Britain; and Iranian pistachio nuts in Germany, Spain and Poland, among others.
The soup can be cooked separately and then combined with other types of soup like egusi, ogbono, okra and the like.
From egusi soup to ogbono to garri to jolof rice, all are available at the restaurant.