|Place of origin||Nigeria|
|Main ingredients||Okra, pumpkin seeds or ewedu|
|Cookbook: Draw soup Media: Draw soup|
Draw soup is a soup popular in southeast and southwest Nigeria. It is made, typically, from okra (Okro), pumpkin seeds or ewedu (jute). It gets its name from the thick nature of the broth as it draws out of the bowl when eaten with a spoon, or more typically, when eaten by dipping a small piece of semi-solid food into it.
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