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13 Delicious Street Foods In Nigeria That You Can't Resist by symbianDON(m): 8:59am On Oct 14, 2014
1. Akara (Beans Cake)
Akara is a deep fried beans ball made with grounded beans mixed with pepper, onions and other spices. It is a popular street food in Nigeria.

2. Moin Moin
Moin Moin is a cooked bean pudding made from grounded peeled beans, onion and other spices. Street Moin Moin is very delicious, it is either wrapped in leaves or nylon.

3. Puff Puff
Puff Puff is a local Nigerian food, it’s always spongy, fluffy and delicious. It’s made with flour mixed with sugar and other ingredients.

4. Abacha
Abacha is known as African Salad and its a popular Nigerian snack made with dried shredded cassava and other ingredients. You’ll always see Abacha vendors on the streets or around some market angles.

5. Boli and Epa ( Roasted Plantain and Groundnut )
Boli (roasted plantain) is a popular and delicious Nigerian street food, you will always find sellers at every street corner. People always say that the combination of Boli and Epa is ‘supercalifragilisticexpialidocious'; in one word, it is heavenly.

6. Ewa Agoyin and Agege Bread
Ewa Agoyin is a delicious cooked beans served with spicy stew. Most Nigerians love eating Eaw Agoyin with the popular Nigerian bread called Agege Bread. Whenever you see Ewa Agoyin sellers, you will see bread sellers as well.

7. Suya ( barbecued meat)
Suya is a popular Nigerian barbecued meat, fish or chicken. You will always find ‘Mai Suya’ – Suya sellers at almost every street angle.

8. Roasted or Boiled Corn
Maize or corn is a seasonal food in Nigeria but whenever it comes out, you will find sellers at every street junction. Corn are always roasted or boiled and you will see a lot of Nigerians on a queue waiting to buy either one of them.

9. Gala and Lacacera
Gala and Lacacera is the best street food which serve as a preservation of the Nigerian race. You will find vendors selling Gala and Lacacera at every street corner and on the roads – traffic jam.

10. Plantain Chips
Plantain Chips is a crunchy street snack in Nigeria. They are made either with ripe or unripe plantain or banana. These chips taste delicious.

11. Popcorn, Coconut Chips and Fan Ice Cream
Popcorn, coconut chips and Fan Milk Ice Cream are popular street snacks in Nigeria. Fan Milk Ice Cream is known to be a thirst quencher on sunny afternoons.

12. Kuli Kuli
Kuli Kuli is a Nigerian street snack made from grounded peanuts or groundnut. It is majorly found in the Northern part of Nigeria.

13 Garden Egg
Garden Eggs, also known as eggplant is popular street food. You will find Garden Egg sellers at every nook and cranny.

Source: travelstart.com
Re: 13 Delicious Street Foods In Nigeria That You Can't Resist by Nobody: 9:04am On Oct 14, 2014
Lol wat abt okpa grin

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Re: 13 Delicious Street Foods In Nigeria That You Can't Resist by Nobody: 9:07am On Oct 14, 2014
bolle(roasted plantain)+ fried fish.....its da bomb!!!trust me...

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Re: 13 Delicious Street Foods In Nigeria That You Can't Resist by Tenim47(m): 9:21am On Oct 14, 2014
Na so u take 4get roasted/fried yam? I fit die untop its matter
Re: 13 Delicious Street Foods In Nigeria That You Can't Resist by 2cato: 9:25am On Oct 14, 2014
Koko and akara or moimoi.
Koko is a kind of pap made from brown wheat and corn. Some people drink it by adding sugar and groundnut or most times sugar only.
Re: 13 Delicious Street Foods In Nigeria That You Can't Resist by 2cato: 9:28am On Oct 14, 2014
Kenke and fried fish.
Though this food was imported from neighbouring countries kenke is made from soaked grind millet with hot pepper and tomatoes sauce as stew. Very d
Re: 13 Delicious Street Foods In Nigeria That You Can't Resist by Dominionng(m): 9:31am On Oct 14, 2014
More of slum Gidi junks...
Re: 13 Delicious Street Foods In Nigeria That You Can't Resist by 2cato: 9:34am On Oct 14, 2014
Banku.
Banku is like a "corn moimoi" it is made from grind corn mixed with a lot of pepper and wrapped with corn stalk
Re: 13 Delicious Street Foods In Nigeria That You Can't Resist by Yeske2(m): 7:03pm On Oct 16, 2014
What about Ji na agwa agwo l'agwo( roasted yam and boiled beans combination with fresh pepper, onions, palm oil, ugba and utazi leaves? You go cry
Or substituting the roasted yam for roasted plantain? Lord have mercy.
Re: 13 Delicious Street Foods In Nigeria That You Can't Resist by MRMICKMEN: 7:40pm On Nov 15, 2014
You 4got to include OGOGORO

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