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"10 Must-Try Nigerian Dishes That Will Tantalize Your Taste Buds"
BY Milcah Tanimu
1. **Jollof Rice**: A beloved Nigerian classic prepared with rice, tomatoes, onions, pepper, and an array of spices. Often served with vegetables, chicken, beef, or fried fish, it's a West African staple.
2. **Garri**: The most popular Nigerian staple food, made from cassava. Processed, dried, and sieved, it's a versatile base for dishes like Eba, perfect with various Nigerian soups.
3. **Pounded Yam**: A soft, pillowy delicacy enjoyed with soups like Ogbono, Egusi, vegetable, and Afang, especially favored by the Yoruba and Igbo people.
4. **Egusi Soup**: A festive favorite made from processed melon seeds, stockfish, red oil, meat, seafood, vegetables, and condiments. Often served with pounded yam, garri, or amala.
5. **Suya**: Grilled, spiced beef specialty of the Northern Hausa people, served with Yaji spice mix and fresh cabbage, tomatoes, and onions.
6. **Akara**: Also known as Kosai in the North, it's a tasty deep-fried bean cake, or water yam cake in some versions.
7. **Moi Moi**: A mouthwatering bean recipe, boiled rather than fried, garnished with fish, eggs, or crayfish, served with garri, pap, or custard.
8. **Pepper Soup**: A popular delicacy with beef, chicken, mutton, or fresh fish, known for its aromatic spices and often enjoyed with a refreshing beer.
9. **Nkwobi**: A traditional Igbo soup made from the head and legs of a cow, garnished with Utazi leaves and palm oil, often paired with palm wine.
10. **Ewa Agoyin**: Originating from Benin Republic and loved by the Yoruba people, it's a flavorful bean dish that's a true delight.
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