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Nigeria Salad

The quantities of ingredients
stated are what will give you a
typical taste of the Nigerian
Salad. The quantities can be
halved or multiplied and the
same taste will be achieved.
Ingredients
1 medium bunch of Lettuce
5 medium sized Carrots
4 small pcs of Irish Potatoes
2 medium pcs of Cucumber
3 medium Eggs
1 415g tin of Baked Beans in
tomato sauce
200g of Sweet Corn
5 pcs of Plum Tomatoes (Jos
Tomatoes)
Salad Dressing – the classic
Heinz Salad Cream works
best with the Nigerian Salad
recipe. A close substitute is
the Heinz Caesar Salad
Cream. You can use
mayonnaise too.
Before you prepare the
Nigerian Salad
Wash and cook the Irish
Potatoes till done. The eggs
should be hard boiled. To save
time, these two can be cooked in
the same pot as they need
almost equal amount of time to
get done.
All the vegetables need to be
washed.
1. Cut the lettuce into thin
shreds.
2. Scrape and shred the
carrots using a grater.
3. Peel and cut the boiled
potatoes into sizeable
cubes.
4. Peel, remove the seeds
andcut the cucumber as
shown. If you want more
green color in your salad,
you maypeel the
cucumber in stripes.
5. Remove the seeds from
the plum tomatoes and
cut into small pieces.
6. Place all the cut
vegetables inseparate
containers.
Open the sweet corn and drain
the preservation water. Rinse
the seeds and set aside. Also
open the baked beans tin and set
aside.
Remove the shells of the hard
boiled eggs,slice thinly and set
aside. An egg slicer is perfect for
this job.
Preparation
1. With the exception of the
egg, start putting the
ingredients in small
batches into a big salad
bowl till all are exhausted.
2. Now, place the sliced eggs
on the salad, covering the
top.
3. Cover the bowl and place in
the fridge for at least one
hour. This is to allow all the
ingredients to mix well.
4. Serve with a salad
dressing of your choice
but theHeinz Salad Cream
works best with this
recipe, seconded by a
caeser salad dressing.
Notes and Tips
If you prefer your Nigerian
Salad crunchy, substitute
the lettuce with cabbage.
You can also use the two
as the lettuce adds a
green color to the salad.
The above are the
minimum ingredients for
making a Nigerian salad.
More ingredients such as
boiled macaroni, corned
beef, green bell pepper,
green peas etc can be
added for varied flavour.
The Nigerian Salad is best
consumed within 24 hours
of preparation if no salad
dressing is added to it.
If you are lucky to buy a
baby cucumber, it may not
be necessary to remove
the seeds.
Nigerian Salad can be eaten alone
or as a side dish toJollof Rice,
Coconut Rice, Fried Rice and
other Nigerian rice dishes.


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