Akara (beans cake) is widely eaten in Nigeria. I remember growing up and eating akara almost everyday for breakfast. Unlike moyi-moyi, which is steamed, akara is deep-fried.
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Chin-chin is a sweet, fried crunchy snack made out of wheat flour. It is very popular in Nigeria and most of West Africa. It is also popular amongst the Gujarati Indians where it is called Shakarpara.
Roselle tea is made with the red calyces of Roselle plant, a species of hibiscus. It is a popular drink in many countries, and is known by diffrent names. In Nigeria, it is called zobo or zoborodo.