How to cook traditional Cassava Leaf Soup recipe in Monrovia, Liberia

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Princess teaches step by step how to prepare her favorite traditional Liberian dish, Cassava Leaf Soup. She used ingredients grown in her garden or purchased in the local market, and cooks using a coal pot stove, and grinds the leaf using a mortar and pestle.

Ingredients: Fresh cassava leaf, dried whole chili peppers, fresh onion, chicken bullion/soup flavor, black pepper, any additional spices to taste. Specific quantities/portion are not listed because cooking is primarily done to taste.

Filmed on location at the Heartwood Orphan Home in ZuannahTown, Liberia by Andy Jones using an iPhone 5c. Edited by volunteer and sponsor, Melinda. This video is monetized to generate revenue to help fund the project shown in the video.

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6 thoughts on “How to cook traditional Cassava Leaf Soup recipe in Monrovia, Liberia

  1. Princess, your method of preparing the cassava leaf  is the best I have seeing thus far. I like how you strained the water from the cassava leaf, added the onion and pepper. Trust me if I were there and decided to sell me a bowl of that cassava leaf and rice, I will pay nothing less than $20.00 dollars and for your smile, clarity and simplicity, I will add another $20.00. Thanks and keep up the good work.

  2. Soo good! Great teacher. Lol i wish i could “go in the garden” and pick casava leaf lol. Nope SADLY, have to go to the freezer aisle!

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