Banga soup is a very special sauce made with the rich pulp of the palm nut fruit, not to be confused with palm oil, or palm kernel oil. Its lovely orange hue transports rich and silky flavours, best developed and best served in a clay pot. Banga is a popular niger delta soup widely enjoyed all over Africa especially Nigeria. It is called different names by different tribes, like: Obe eyin by the Yorubas, Ofe akwu by the Igbos, Mbanga by the Cameroonians. Banga soup is often served with starch a really glutinous by product from the processing of cassava, that is a stretchy and chewy, and jelly like.
Assorted meats of choice
Salt to taste
Below is a video on how to make this delicious soup:
Video Credit: Nigeriacuisine (YouTube)