8 Nigerian foods the rest of the world should know about

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1.  Suya

Put simply, this is usually an assortment of skewered meat seasoned with a spice called Suya and then barbecued.  We as Nigerian’s don’t do things in half measures as you can see from the image below

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Put simply, this is usually an assortment of skewered meat seasoned with a spice called Suya and then barbecued.  We as Nigerian’s don’t do things in half measures as you can see from the image below 🙂
2. Fried Dodo (Plantain)

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fried dodo
3. Pepper Soup

Nigerian’s usually go to restaurants to eat pepper soup as it is believed to be prepared with “secret” ingredients that only the “kitchen mamma” knows. You get different kinds of pepper soup including chicken, goat, cow foot, and catfish pepper soup known as Point & Kill.

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pepper soup
4. Banga

A palm fruit-based soup that is most popular in the Delta region, and particularly amongst the Urhobo ethnic group. What makes this soup so delicious is the mixture of the palm fruit and the shellfish which creates a really intense flavour.
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banga soup
5. Deep fried Yams
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deep fried yams
6. Ewa Agoyin
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This is plain cooked beans served with tomato and pepper stew

ewa agoyin
7.Jollof Rice
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Jollof is eaten all over west Africa and actually derives from Senegal where it is called Wolof rice. Jollof rice is made with tomatoes, tomato paste, onions, salt, spices (such as nutmeg, ginger, pepper, and cumin) and chilli peppers, and is cooked in a stock.

  1. Puff Puff
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    Deep fried dough balls served with a light sprinkling of icing sugar, these make for a great dessert or snack.
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