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Nigerian food recipes
from a selection of semi
solid doughs or boiled
servings prepared from
cassava, plantain, yam,
cocoyam, millet, beans,
maize, or rice, served with a
typical Nigerian soup or
Meals are also served with
plenty of fruits easily grown
near homes.
A very light meal is often
eaten in the morning, like
akara (shown here in the top
right), served with pap (ogi
or ), or bread and a cup of
Lunch is eaten at about 1 to
2 pm, and dinner anywhere
from 6pm to 8pm.
In between food, snacking is
very common. Popular
Nigerian snacks include:
Chin chin
Fried plantain chips
Roasted corn or maize
Ground nut (Gugurou
and ekpa)
Cooking is a very important
skill quickly learned at very
young age by both boys and
girls, even more so by the
female child. Most cooking
are done by the ladies, and
families often cook their own
meal rather than eat out.
No wonder learning how to
prepare Nigerian food dishes
is a must for to be wives
who happen to be married to
the traditional Nigerian man.
It is a common saying in
Nigeria that "the fastest
way to a man's heart is via
his moth"... and you get
there by learning to cook
delicious meals!
We bring you top five
Nigerian food recipes here,
but you will find a list of
"zillions" of Nigerian foods
on the Nigerian foods list
section here
Top Nigerian Foods
Are you searching for
Nigerian food, looking to
make that top of the world
Nigeria food recipe for your
spouse or family? here we
decided to give a hand, we
want you to make the best
meal ever and .
Foods eaten in Nigeria, like in
most hot climes, are often
very spicy. We will describe
them here as they would
have been cooked anywhere
in Nigeria; hot, spicy and
Top on the list of the
different foods eaten in
Nigeria includes rice,
followed by eba, beans, yam,
maize, potato, macaroni,
plantain and several other
all of which comes in
deferent recipes. there are
different Nigerian food
recipes, rice comes in
different recipes.
the rice recipes include jellof
rice, fried rice, ofada rice
and it can also be cooked
white and eaten with stew.
Jellof rice happens to be
the most popular rice recipe
eaten in Nigeria

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