This blog post will contain a collection of some of the best Nigerian Foods. So, if you would like to learn more, I advise you to keep scrolling because there is going to be mouth-watering food that you would love to try out.
Moreover, if you are a foreigner and are coming to Nigeria for business or pleasure, you need to taste these meals before you leave the country.
What’s more, Nigerian Food is known to be aromatic and spicy just like many cuisines in West Africa. But all of this is what makes these meals so irresistible and leaves you begging for more.
So, if you would like to have a try at Nigerian food but do not know which one to go for, I will be assisting you greatly in this article so keep reading.
Best Nigerian Food You Should Try
There are varieties of food served in Nigeria and each of them has its own taste, smell, and method of eating. Moreover, some of these meals are commonly high-fat, high-carb, and high-protein. So, if you do not want to add weight, you can have these meals in minute quality. Or you can eat to your fullest and work out later. Now, here are some of the best Nigerian Foods you need to try:
- Jollof Rice.
- Bean Porridge.
- Fried Plantain.
- Beef Suya.
- Egusi Soup.
- Puff Puff.
- Moi Moi.
- Goat Meat (Asun).
- Pepper Soup.
Jollof rice is one of the best Nigerian foods to try out when you come to the country. And trust me, you cannot leave Nigeria without trying this dish. So, this dish is prepared with tomatoes, peppers, and rice.
Some people prefer to add onions, prawns, peas, and other add-ins. What’s more, Nigeria is a friendly competition with Ghana about who makes the better jollof rice. So, you can taste both of them and find out who makes it better.
Beans porridge is a type of dish that can be made with beans. Apart from beans porridge, there are other amazing dishes that you can make with beans. So, the secret is to boil the beans until they are soft then add spices and one last ingredient, palm oil.
There are different ways to eat Plantain. You can have it grilled, dried, or fried. This dish is also known as Dodo. This is also served sometimes as an appetizer or as a snack. You can also eat friend plantain as food as well.
Beef suya is a very popular street food in Nigeria. These are thin strips of grilled and seasoned beef. So, if you visit the country and would love to have this, you can see it at home but you can go out and find any suya spots along the road.
Egusi soup is also known as Ground melon vegetable soup. It is also very filling and delicious. But if you want to have this dish, it is usually served with eba or fufu which are very popular swallows in Nigeria.
Nevertheless, there are also different ways to eat this soup. You can serve it with rice or eat it alone if you want to go for something light in your stomach.
As I mentioned earlier that there are different ways to eat beans in Nigeria, here is one. Akara is one of the snacks you can make with beans. Furthermore, it is very filling and crunchy. What’s more, you can enjoy this with bread or as a snack.
This is another street snack that you can enjoy when you come to Nigeria. Furthermore, it is made with flour, warm water, salt, yeast, and sugar. Once you mix it up into a dough, you take it in little quantities and add it to hot oil until it is golden brown.
Moi Moi is another Nigeria Food that you can make with beans. It is also known as bean pudding. It is amazing and you definitely need to try it.
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Goat meat also known as Asun is a very famous dish in Nigeria. What’s more, it is made of spicy roasted goat and cooked with peppers, paprika, onions, and other seasonings. So, if you come to Nigeria, visit any restaurant or bar that serves goat meat, and trust me, you won’t regret it.
If you are a fan of spicy food or you are craving something spicy, you would love the Nigerian pepper soup. So, this soup is often prepared with goat meat. So, if you are in the US for the winter and you are looking for a place to go, come to Nigeria and have the amazing pepper soup.