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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Ishilove: 7:47pm On Dec 01, 2023
Okro made with fresh Banga and hot yellow eba.

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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by emblem2d(m): 7:55pm On Dec 01, 2023
Streetdoctor:
This topic should be calabar and igbo kitchen only. Bcs west coast no get food at all, aside that their hydraulic soup and the other one dem dey use APC BROOM COOK
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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Streetdoctor: 8:06pm On Dec 01, 2023
mariahAngel:


Food makes the world go round.😌
Bia nwanyi Imo nwere ya nwanyoo kwaa
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by RosyIsBlessed: 8:06pm On Dec 01, 2023
Okazi soup and pounded yam
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by ubee(m): 8:13pm On Dec 01, 2023
Sister the question clearly requires a single dish to be chosen as your favourite, and not the multitude you put down here. SMH. grin
Nigerians and over-do
MadamVanessa:
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I love Afang, atama, Editan, edikan ikong soup, usung ikpong(pounded yam made out of cocoyam), anem ye akang (I don't know how to literally translate this in English, but those from Akwa Ibom will understand) . All these are my native Ibibio soups and food and I love them so much.
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by MrJames007: 8:16pm On Dec 01, 2023
Ekpañg

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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by kerry57: 8:18pm On Dec 01, 2023
Ukwa, bread fruit

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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by soccerlite: 8:29pm On Dec 01, 2023
BigDawsNet:
Pando yam and Vegetables

It's made from yam...


Is Pando native
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by soccerlite: 8:31pm On Dec 01, 2023
Eba and okra that has orisirisi

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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by izubext007: 8:34pm On Dec 01, 2023
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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by LOVEGINO(m): 8:35pm On Dec 01, 2023
So Nigerians still get favourite food? Wey we dey battle with 0-1-0.

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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by RevolverOcelot(m): 8:39pm On Dec 01, 2023
Pounded yam and white soup with catfish

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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Thonee(m): 8:45pm On Dec 01, 2023
MadamVanessa:
shocked




I love Afang, atama, Editan, edikan ikong soup, usung ikpong(pounded yam made out of cocoyam), anem ye akang (I don't know how to literally translate this in English, but those from Akwa Ibom will understand) . All these are my native Ibibio soups and food and I love them so much.

Eyen akanawan, you like better things.
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by omooba969(m): 8:47pm On Dec 01, 2023
Mariah Mariah grin the Amúludùn of Food section. 👍

You're doing well. grin

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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Debangis20(m): 8:47pm On Dec 01, 2023
thesicilian:
Nothing beats Pounded yam and Egusi soup.
I like that; esp. with tomato soup.

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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Debangis20(m): 8:50pm On Dec 01, 2023
...almost anything.
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by temmyejo: 8:51pm On Dec 01, 2023
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Streetdoctor:
This topic should be calabar and igbo kitchen only. Bcs west coast no get food at all, aside that their hydraulic soup and the other one dem dey use APC BROOM COOK

No matter how hard you try, your ignorance cannot be masqueraded.

You forgot

MoiMoi
Akara kengbe
Ofada rice
Ewa Aganyi
Ikokore
Ojojo
Efo riro(with different varieties like Tete, Shoko,....)
Gbure Oloboro
Gbure Elegusi
Ila Alasepo
Amala(both varieties)
Iyan(White Cocoyam, Red Cocoyam, Cassava and Yam)
Eko

Just to mention a few I remember..

P.S.
The best Garri comes from the S/W
The best fufu (not the smelly and "hard to swallow" Akpu or Santana) na West

Modified..

Some tribal food are still excluded like

Ebiripo
Pupuru
Ekuuru(Both varieties)
Sapala
Amongst others...

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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by BigDawsNet: 8:54pm On Dec 01, 2023
soccerlite:


Is Pando native

Absolutely cus it's made from yam
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by 10thTenthMan: 8:54pm On Dec 01, 2023
1. Onunu with Fisherman Sauce. Sauce must have seafoods like Prawns, oysters, periwinkle,etc. But no mudskippers. I hate their tiny bones.




2. Abacha with ogiri, kpomo, dices meat, and fish. Lots of onions, garden eggs. Between Palmwine and beer, I don’t know which blends the most with this. But I think my choice is palmwine.




3. Pounded Yam and ANY VEGETABLE RICH SOUP (E.g. Eforiro, Afang, Edikaikong). It must have orisirisi. Snails, diced kpomo, full kpomo, periwinkle, prawns, fish, beef, dried fish like mangala, okporoko, etc. Give me this with just a bottle of Water.




4. Suyaa (with Desperado or Smirnoff) Don't tell me Suya isn't a local delicacy o. You will be very wrong. When I want to open my sinuses, I take it with Arabian Tea (chai) from A Hausa Chai Maker. Like I hinted earlier, I don’t miss adding my favorite drinks to the Suyaa. Desperado or Smirnoff Ice.


Allow me have these and you have given me 50% Peace.

Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Ubdavis(m): 9:03pm On Dec 01, 2023
Afang soup and Fudu
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Bimpe29: 9:14pm On Dec 01, 2023
Amala
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Halcyon123(f): 9:30pm On Dec 01, 2023
mariahAngel:
What are the Nigerian native dishes your enjoy, and what are they made from?

Mine is abacha. It is made from cassava.
I totally enjoy it whenever I get to eat it, that I can't seem to get enough of it.

I also enjoy ukwa (breadfruit) very much.

Pictures source: Google
We dry the same boat,abacha too. I don the crave am but nobody wan help me mix am
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Ramirezkhay(m): 9:36pm On Dec 01, 2023
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Gege bi Omo Yoruba Atata

Iyan (Pounded Yam) ni T'iwa L'Ekiti

Followed by Amala + Okra (I no like any form of draw soup)

Both go well with any soup But Obe Egusi oni worowo with better locust beans + isapa/osun ogogo + meatballs + Eerun Eja gbigbe (OMG) cry cry

Worowo wey Dem dice well self go give you spag vibes ontop rice ( Wajeunpaa)


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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Xkale1996(m): 9:47pm On Dec 01, 2023
MadamVanessa:


Yes, and the beauty of my tribe is built upon that.
which tribe is that
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Streetdoctor: 9:56pm On Dec 01, 2023
temmyejo:
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No matter how hard you try, your ignorance cannot be masqueraded.

You forgot

MoiMoi
Akara kengbe
Ofada rice
Ewa Aganyi
Ikokore
Ojojo
Efo riro(with different varieties like Tete, Shoko,....)
Gbure Oloboro
Gbure Elegusi
Ila Alasepo
Amala(both varieties)
Iyan(White Cocoyam, Red Cocoyam, Cassava and Yam)
Eko

Just to mention a few I remember..

P.S.
The best Garri comes from the S/W
The best fufu (not the smelly and "hard to swallow" Akpu or Santana) na West

Modified..

Some tribal food are still excluded like

Ebiripo
Pupuru
Ekuuru(Both varieties)
Sapala
Amongst others...
Lolsssss, from what u hv mentioned so far, how many people will see calabar and igbo kitchen and will go for that hydraulic soup with that APC BROOM soup
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Error401: 10:23pm On Dec 01, 2023
Moi moi
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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Godsonkemz(m): 10:26pm On Dec 01, 2023
Oha soup and bitter leaf soup.
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by dododawa1: 10:29pm On Dec 01, 2023
AMALA

Ewedu

Assorted meats + ponmo
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by sisisioge: 10:50pm On Dec 01, 2023
I have been explaining to my paddy forever why abacha is Bae o.
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Sunnypan: 11:07pm On Dec 01, 2023
Abacha all the way. Not general sani abachaoooo. No nobody should misquote me here please.
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by IjebuWarrior: 11:29pm On Dec 01, 2023
Streetdoctor:
This topic should be calabar and igbo kitchen only. Bcs west coast no get food at all, aside that their hydraulic soup and the other one dem dey use APC BROOM COOK

Yet, na Yoruba foods dey dominate Africa and Caribbean! cool

The most popularly eaten foods in Nigeria are Yoruba food.

Garri, moin-moin etc...

Wetin be Igbo name for garri? For where? Where una wan see am?

Oloriburuku, Olofo Savage Cannibals! angry angry angry

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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Olayinka8793(m): 11:30pm On Dec 01, 2023
Amala with correct egusi soup

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