Nigerian Foods

Nigerian Foods

this is Starch and Banga soup.
this is Starch and Banga soup.
this is the popular Nigerian pepper soup.
this is the popular Nigerian pepper soup.
this is our Nigerian rice called Ofada Rice with goat meat and stew
this is our Nigerian rice called Ofada Rice with goat meat and stew
yam porridge with fried fish, plantain, cow meat and delicious moi moi
yam porridge with fried fish, plantain, cow meat and delicious moi moi
this is  Eba with stewed fish.
this is Eba with stewed fish.
pounded yam and some other types of Nigerian Food
pounded yam and some other types of Nigerian Food
Nigerian Beans and our local sauce
Nigerian Beans and our local sauce

Nigerian Foods - The Many Types of Nigerian Foods

You will love all the many types of Nigerian foods we have when you visit and taste them or when we mail them to you with recipes and instructions on how to prepare them. Nigerian foods are very nutritious and healthy; it totally works well for our generic system and life style. In fact, studies has shown that one of the first things tourist do when they visit Nigeria is to try out our local dishes, and they always have something outstanding to say about our dish.

Nigerian foods come in many different styles and tastes, depending mostly on the tribe and chef. Some of our foods are very spicy as tradition demands like the Asuu Meat from the tribe of Undo and the all- round Nigerian Pepper soup eaten by all tribes. Nigerian foods differ a lot in style, cooking and taste but one unique thing about our different local foods here is that they are all very healthy foods containing all the nutrients needed and no matter how they are prepared they always taste good.

Come and experience the beauty in an Africa dish specifically Nigerian foods. Nigerians are happy people, we are very industrious and intelligent people and history makes us believe that our qualities are generated from the quality and uniqueness of our local foods, believe it or not!

Nigerian foods are different in nature and appearance to the many foods in the different parts of the world. Our most priced local dishes are locally called;

Eba or Garri, Amala, yam, Tuwoo Shinkafa, Saki, Gbegiri ati Ewedu, Oha soup, Banga soup, starch, Owo soup, Edikaikong soup, Moi moi, Akara, Semo, Fufu or Akpu, Pounded yam, Asaro or yam porridge, Ofe Onugbu (bitterleaf soup), white soup, vegetable soup, Egusi soup, Abakaliki rice or Ofada rice, Ogbono soup, Furadenunu, Ewa Agunyin or Bean, Dodo or Plantain, Snail, Goat meat, Suya, Cow meat, Turkey and a lot more. All these foods mentioned above are our locally, reared, produced and cooked foods.

Their names may sound local and unattractive but trust me they each taste superb! Come and experience the pure taste of nature in our foods. Aside from the nutritious healthy meats listed above, our farm produced food items when prepared contains no artificial flavors or processed condiments, they are pure items uprooted straight from our rich soils into our dishes and that is all your brain and body needs to function properly.

Nigerians are unique people and so are our foods. Feel free to place your orders for recipes and instructions on how to prepare our Nigerian foods, and we will mail them to you. Try out our dishes in any country you reside in, I am sure you will love it! For a more dynamic experience, visit Nigeria, tour our shores and fun places and most importantly, try out our many different types of Nigerian foods.

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lrohner 5 years ago from USA

Nice job on the hub, and welcome to HubPages!


Nelle Hoxie 5 years ago

Really interesting hub. I would love to learn more about Nigeria. Could you show us more of the street or the restaurant, where these pictures were taken. And tell us what we'are seeing.


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errandsinnigeria 5 years ago from Nigeria Author

thanks guys, the streets and resturants in Nigeria will be on another hub but i have expanded on the dishes and have explained what they are. thanks


David of Facts About Nigeria 5 years ago

This is the best I have seen about Nigerian foods, I think my visitors would love it and the facts that it came with its accompanying images is more intriguing.


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errandsinnigeria 4 years ago from Nigeria Author

thanks David.


akpesiri 4 years ago

please does anyone know a site that shows how to make starch(nigerian food)?

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