50 Types of Nigerian foods and their ingredients.

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The List Of Top 50 Nigerian Foods And Their Ingredients

 Nigerian foods and their ingredients, this list comprises foods from different tribes in Nigeria. There are many foods in Nigeria with different ways of preparing them, but we will be writing about 50 types of Nigerian foods and their ingredients.

The List Of Top 50 Nigerian Foods

50. Yam And Beans Porridge

Beans and yam porridge

Beans and yam porridge

Ingredients: Yam, beans, palm oil, fresh pepper, onions, cray fish, seasoning cubes and salt to taste.

How to prepare: Select the beans to remove dirt and then parboil for 10 minutes, wash and start cooking with water and onion.

Boil until it soft then put the yam, palm oil, crayfish, fresh pepper,onion, seasoning cube, salt, stir and cover. Allow to cook for fifteen to twenty minutes and serve.

49. Afang Soup

Afang soup

Afang soup

Ingredients: Grounded Afang leaves, water leaves dry fish, beef, ukazi leaves, snails (optional), extracted periwinkles, stock fish, seasoning cubes, palm oil, fresh pepper and salt.

How to prepare: Wash the meat and stock fish and cook till it soft. Put the stock fish, periwinkles, dry fish and beef in the main soup pot and boil for about 2-5 minutes using the water that was used to prepare the beef and stock fish. If the water isn’t enough just add a little. Afang soup taste well when it’s rich and not overly diluted.

Add enough palm oil, crayfish, seasoning cubes, grounded pepper, snails, salt to taste and stir allow cooking for 3-5 minutes. pour in the water leaves in the pot, allow it to simmer for 5 minutes before adding the ground ukazi. Stir altogether and cover the pot. Allow the soup to simmer for about 5 minutes and then bring it down from fire. You can eat it with fufu, eba or pounded yam.

48. Unripe Plantain Porridge

porridge plantain

porridge plantain

Ingredients: Unripe plantains, onion, dried grounded pepper, crayfish, palm oil, fresh pepper, tomato, scent leaves, seasoning cubes, smoked or fresh fish, and salt.

How to prepare: Wash the fish and add the dried grounded pepper, tomato, onion, seasoning, salt, add water to cover the content in the pot and steam for 5 minutes and leave it.

Wash and chopped the unripe plantain, put it in another pot add enough water to cover the plantain in the pot, add onion, crayfish and palm oil and cook till it soft.

Mash the plantain a little bit in the pot and add your cooked fresh fish and chopped scent leaves and leave to simmer further on low heat for 5 minutes.

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