Friday, 20 December 2013

How to make love shaped Agidi / Eko

In response to your requests in my previous post, i'd be sharing with you "How to make love shaped Agidi/eko". I got the fabulous idea to make love shaped Agidi (or Eko) while trying to fill my heart shaped ice block molds with water. When i got the mold, it never occurred to me that it could be a multipurpose house hold item especially for food craft. Most times, eating the normal Agidi could get really boring but this heart shaped version is bound to make your meal special. Sure you can also make Agidi/eko at home....It's pretty simple. 

Here goes:::
I used this heart shaped mold which was originally meant for water. It's got a rubbery feel which makes whatever is put in it easier to come out. 

Step 1: The first step is to prepare your agidi/eko starch from scratch

Step 2: While the Agidi is still Hot, Scoop spoons of the thick liquid into the molds.


Step 3: Leave to cool for about 6 hours or more. Once it cools, it sets and once it sets you can gently bring it out from the mold without it breaking. 

And there you have it, your love shaped Agidi/Eko. Serve with Okra soup, Ogbono soup, pepper soup, Milk e.t.c

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15 comments:

  1. thanks a bunch for sharing, dobby. Will sure be making my agidi in this shapes and others.

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    1. thanks Anon :)...Do let us know how it goes.

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  2. Woooow! Dat was creative! Kudos

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    1. Absolutely creative!!!! will bring out all my moulds tonight ;)

      Did i tell you i haven't stopped making edika ikong since i found the recipe on this blog??????

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  3. So nice dobby.
    Claire

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  4. Dobby Dobby Dobbyyyyyy, how much a darling you are. May you never lack inspiration

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    1. Amenn!!!!! Thank you debbie :)

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    1. Awww!!! thanks sapele honey :)

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  6. Dobby ure goooooood!kip it up

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  7. Wow. First time of seeing Agidi in a this shape. You rock Girl. All your recipe are nice. Cheers.

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