African Cuisine

Top 10 Nigerian Dishes

With over 400 ethnic groups, Nigeria has one of the most abundant culinary traditions in West Africa. Nigerians home and abroad cherish and love their local delicacies. This is why many Nigerians in Diaspora – in Europe and other countries of the world – seek African kitchens whenever they feel the urge to eat so as to have a taste of Nigerian dishes not commonly available to them on normal basis. To Nigerians there are a number of staple that are just always on the menu when the subject of food is concerned.

Here are Top 10 Nigerian Dishes.

10) Moi Moi

Moi Moi is a Nigerian steam bean pudding which has its origin from South West Nigeria. It can be made with egg, crayfish, corned beef, onions, or sardine to give it that added taste. Moi Moi can be served with other Nigerian dishes or eaten alone as a snack.

 Moi Moi

9) Pepper Soup

Nigerian pepper soup is one of the nation’s favorite dishes. The soup broth is rich with aromatic spices, pepper, ginger, garlic and onions to give it that pleasurable flavor. It can be prepared with a variety of meat, fish or chicken.

Nigerian Pepper Soup

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