OKOHO: No Soup Tastes Better for the Idoma People of Benue State
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OKOHO: No Soup Tastes Better for the Idoma People of Benue State

Okoho is the main traditional food peculiar to the Idoma people of Benue State , Central Nigeria. It is made from the plant Cissus populnea belonging to the family Amplidaceae (Vitaceae ). It is a soup made from the Okoho stick which is very slimy after preparation. It is usually prepared with bush meat (such...

UKODO: The Best Meal of the Urhobo People of Nigeria
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UKODO: The Best Meal of the Urhobo People of Nigeria

Food in Nigeria is one aspect of her culture that is held at high estime. Ukodo is a yam and unripe plantain dish of the Urhobo people of Nigeria. The Itsekiri people of the Niger Delta also make a similar dish called Epuru. It is essentially a pottage, a stew of meat and vegetable with...

TUWO SERVED WITH VEGETABLE, THE PERFECT NORTHERN CUISINE
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TUWO SERVED WITH VEGETABLE, THE PERFECT NORTHERN CUISINE

Hausa cuisines are traditional and modern food prepared by Hausa people, it is base on the availability of raw food materials they can farm or provide from other places, in most time Hausa people depends purely on the farm product that they have cultivated, to be used for food preparations. Hausa people have a meal...

THE SWEET TASTE OF IGBO TRADITIONAL FOOD, “ABACHA”
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THE SWEET TASTE OF IGBO TRADITIONAL FOOD, “ABACHA”

Enjoying Nigeria local cuisine is a must do for every visitor. Each state is well known for their particular traditional food which any visitor must not fail to enjoy and experience. This article is meant to be a food guide for travellers within Nigeria who intends to visit Enugu state. Their native food is essential...

The Amazing Taste of Nigerian Traditional Meal, Amala and Ewedu Soup
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The Amazing Taste of Nigerian Traditional Meal, Amala and Ewedu Soup

      Amala and ewedu with stew. This is a common classy meal thee Westerner in Nigeria. This combination forms a mouthwatering delicay. It is most common among the ibadan people. As a matter of fact it is their cultural food.Now let’s see what it is made up of. Ingredients Needed Yam flour, Ewedu...