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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Streetdoctor: 4:20pm On Dec 02, 2023
placeofallure:


It's hatred for that tribe that will eventually kill you as you cannot reason outside your hate anymore. It's become a venom that has eaten deeply into your fabric. Sons of Perdition! Wahala igo lo ma pa A'laicewater yin.
Abeg waiting bi that soup wey una dey use broom cook
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by temmyejo: 4:49pm On Dec 02, 2023
Streetdoctor:

Lolssss, hydraulic soup shit

Educate yourself at least before displaying ignorance!

Nothing hydraulic about Ekuru because no be swallow...
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by placeofallure(f): 5:05pm On Dec 02, 2023
Streetdoctor:

Abeg waiting bi that soup wey una dey use broom cook

Your ancestors don die finish? Go ask them little tart!
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Streetdoctor: 5:20pm On Dec 02, 2023
placeofallure:


Your ancestors don die finish? Go ask them little tart!
Holy Bleep, Aunty na fight?
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Josywhyte: 10:59pm On Dec 02, 2023
iammo:
cool




Amala and Gbegiri with Ewedu

Moimoi that one with oil, fish and boiled egg



.

And when u mess even flies around that area go die finish grin grin
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Ehmmah588(m): 11:02pm On Dec 03, 2023
mariahAngel:


What is opopo and what is it made from?

Omg! There's so much to know about core Nigerian ethnic foods.
Opopo is made from boiled yam and ripe plantain pound together (you add red oil while pounding to give it a yellow look)...Just do yo
ur peppersoup and we're good wink

NB; Make sure you're not going anywhere important that day as you may oversleep after 'consuming' it grin
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Probz(m): 12:29am On Dec 04, 2023
dc23:
Take note that Cassava was introduced from Brazil to Africa or West Africa by the Portuguese. That means no cassava meal can be classified as NATIVE

Somehow. But abacha and akpu might as well be.

Garri’s neither here nor there. Why’s anyone trying to claim that?
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by DrTechkart: 8:54am On Dec 04, 2023
mariahAngel:


Looks interesting.
What tribe are you from?
Ondo State
I prepared them myself
Would like to try it?

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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Galaxyroyp(m): 1:53pm On Dec 18, 2023
Ehmmah588:
As an okrika man,opopo and peppersoup with fresh fish always soothes my soul wink

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Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Ehmmah588(m): 2:28pm On Dec 18, 2023
Galaxyroyp:


Can I leave you a message about this op:

I'm not the OP ... And these are two different responses to two different topics
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Galaxyroyp(m): 2:41pm On Dec 18, 2023
Ehmmah588:

I'm not the OP ... And these are two different responses to two different topics

Sorry for adding OP.

I decided to quote your reply on the other thread here. So I'm responding to your reply on the Japa thread.

Thanks.
Re: What Is Your Favourite Nigerian Native Dish? (pictures) by Ehmmah588(m): 2:53pm On Dec 18, 2023
Galaxyroyp:


Sorry for adding OP.

I decided to quote your reply on the other thread here. So I'm responding to your reply on the Japa thread.

Thanks.
ok.. what would you like to know?

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