How to chop Cow-Head in Nigeria

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Published on December 6, 2017 by AfroTelly

Cow meat is a necessity when it comes to food in Nigeria, but not just the beef, Nigerian food cannot be complete without the skin,tongue,ear and especially the cow head (Pomo)in the soup. “This is different from the black Pomo.” Battabox presenter Odunayo visits a place where cow heads are processed into Pomo, to see how our special pomo delicacy comes about. “They bring in the heads from the abattoir, remove the horns, then they pump them,” says Odunayo First the cow heads are brought from the abattoir and washed, and then the horns are removed and the skin is separated from the bones and then skinned. Although Odunayo hasn’t seen so many cow heads before, she still learns how to cut the skin off the cow head. “I’m sweating, but i enjoy doing it,” says Odunayo after washing the cow head Watch and enjoy this interesting video.

Cow meat is a necessity when it comes to food in Nigeria, but not just the beef, Nigerian food cannot be complete without the skin,tongue,ear and especially the cow head (Pomo)in the soup. “This is different from the black Pomo.” Battabox presenter Odunayo visits a place where cow heads are processed into Pomo, to see how our special pomo delicacy comes about. “They bring in the heads from the abattoir, remove the horns, then they pump them,” says Odunayo First the cow heads are brought from the abattoir and washed, and then the horns are removed and the skin is separated from the bones and then skinned. Although Odunayo hasn’t seen so many cow heads before, she still learns how to cut the skin off the cow head. “I’m sweating, but i enjoy doing it,” says Odunayo after washing the cow head Watch and enjoy this interesting video.

Cow meat is a necessity when it comes to food in Nigeria, but not just the beef, Nigerian food cannot be complete without the skin,tongue,ear and especially the cow head (Pomo)in the soup. “This is different from the black Pomo.” Battabox presenter Odunayo visits a place where cow heads are processed into Pomo, to see how our special pomo delicacy comes about. “They bring in the heads from the abattoir, remove the horns, then they pump them,” says Odunayo First the cow heads are brought from the abattoir and washed, and then the horns are removed and the skin is separated from the bones and then skinned. Although Odunayo hasn’t seen so many cow heads before, she still learns how to cut the skin off the cow head. “I’m sweating, but i enjoy doing it,” says Odunayo after washing the cow head Watch and enjoy this interesting video.

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