SALT

Salt is generally known worldwide and it is seen as a reliable ingredient for food preservation and sweetener. The use of salt is accepted both home and abroad and it can be added to different dishes, stews and soup types( like rice, beans, yam, vegetable soup, fish stew etc.) It…

Crayfish

Crayfish, also known as crawfish, belongs to the sea food class like the  crawdads, freshwater lobsters, mountain lobsters, mudbugs or yabbies, freshwater crustaceans and  lobsters. It is added to so many dishes, stews and soups and it gives each food a special taste and aroma. Fresh crayfish are generally eaten by…

Snails

Snails are consumable animal generally served at different restaurant, bars, and hotels and it can be specially cooked at home, and occasions.  The Yoruba people call it Igbin, used to make Igbin alata, the Igbo people call it Eju  and the Hausa call it katantanwa. Snails are mostly found in cold…

Fish Stew

Fish stew is a well-known stew by all western, eastern, southern parts of Nigeria. It is generally cooked in all other African countries and in the European parts too (Abroad). It can be cooked with different kind of fish except from dry fish (croaker fish, Sardines, Catfish, etc.). It is…

Abacha

Abacha is referred to as Africa salad made with shredded white cassava. It is mostly known among the Igbo people and it is mostly served at local joints and restaurants. It is served with green raw vegetable called Ugba and Onions but the Onions and and Ugba are also shredded…

Catfish Pepper Soup

Catfish is known to be a special fish species cooked in different homes, bar hotels and restaurants. It is mostly enjoyed with cooked yam, bread, sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes, etc. Catfish is very cheap and affordable to cook based on choice and pocket. You can easily get the fresh catfish…

Efo Riro

Efo riro is a fresh vegetable soup cooked mostly by the Yoruba people. It is similar to Edikang Ikong soup which is cooked by the efik people. This soup can be cooked with different vegetables like shoko, Gure, tete, etc. It is best enjoyed with pounded yam, semolina, fufu, eba…

Owo Soup

Owo soup is cooked by the Benin people in Nigeria. Definitely there are many type of traditional soups in Nigeria that originated from certain tribes and ethnic group, example of such is the Edkang ikong soup which is originated by the people of Calabar, Gbegiri, Ewedu and Efo riro is…

Oha(Ora Soup)

This is a traditional soup cooked  mainly in the southern part of Nigeria. It is a soup eaten with all swallow types (like  Eba, fufu (akpu), semolina, wheat etc. ) Oha soup can also be compared to other soup like bitter leaf soup when it comes to their preparations but…
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