Obe Ata refers to a Nigerian meat or fish pepper soup that is eaten with a wide variety of side dishes. Like with all West African soups, it is most commonly eaten with Fufu. Obe Ata or Pepper soup is made by boiling ground tomatoes, ground pepper, meat or fish, meat broth or fish broth, onions, vegetable oil or palm oil, and other spices.

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