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Some Popular Waterleaf Recipe

Waterleaf is a fantastic vegetable if you want to be able to grow your own food. While it grows best in tropical climates, it can be cultivated anywhere with a hot, humid growing season. Keeping the plant well-watered and at least partially shaded will accelerate growth.

Soil should be well drained. Standing water is detrimental to the plant. Waterleaf also needs nitrogen to be healthy. If the leaves begin to yellow, it may mean there’s insufficient nitrogen in the soil.

After waterleaf is harvested it can be eaten immediately, dried, or kept in a plastic bag in a refrigerator to maintain freshness. It can be prepared in much the same way as spinach, and is popular for soups, stews, stir fries, and pizza. It can also be enjoyed raw, though it is recommended not to do so in large quantities.

Some popular waterleaf recipes include:

Gbure Elegusi, a Yoruba dish from Nigeria

Edikang Ikong soup, an Efiks dish from Nigeria

Roasted waterleaf with yams, plantains, and/or potatoes

Stewed waterleaf with chicken, tomatoes, and onion

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Waterleaf Waterleaf Recipe


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