How to Cook Nigerian Traditional Foods

 How to Cook Nigerian Traditional Foods

How to Cook Nigerian Traditional Foods

Nigerian traditional foods can be so delicious when well cooked. To prepare these meals you will have to learn from your mom. No. That was 20 years ago, you can  actually now learn online. But why on earth should you learn how to cook when you can get it cheap at a restaurant without stress? Maybe because you cannot feed a whole party with the food from the restaurant on the big day.

 

How to Cook Nigerian Traditional Foods

Preparing To cook Nigeria Local Food

The stuffs needed for the cooking are everywhere. In the Food market or local nearby food stuff shop. There are no magic to cooking. Doing it right means getting the right, fresh and edible things you need for the cooking. Here are few of the things you may need

  • Banga Soup: Banga seed, Fish or meat (or both), salt, Banga leave, onion, pepper.
  • Egusi Soup: Melon, palm oil, vegetable leave, fish or meat, onion, pepper, salt.
  • Ogbono Soup (draw soup): Ogbone, meat or fish, okra, pepper, oil, salt, onion.
  • A yam pottage/porridge dish :
  • Plantain Porridge:
  • Vegetable Soup:
  • Pepper Soup: Freash fish, pepper, salt,
  • Edikaikong Soup
  • Okra Soup

 

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