Most people that hail from the western part of Nigeria often have amala as their best food. This would go with varieties of soups like egusi soup, bitter leaf soup etc…
Garri (Eba) is one of the Nigerian fufu recipes that accompanies the various Nigerian soup recipes.
Though the classic Nigerian Rice and Beans is not eaten plain, it's usually served with different sauces and stews
Okra (Okro) Soup
Okra soup is a healthy , delicious and easy Nigerian soup to prepare, It is also great for weight watchers.
Egusi soup is a popular West African soup. This west African melon soup is an exotic hearty food that will satisfy your taste buds.
Nigerian Jollof Rice is probably one of the most talked about dishes from Nigeria in any part of the world where it has been eaten.
Pounded yam is one of the Nigerian “swallow” meals made from Boiled white yams and pounded. It’s made as an accompaniment for Nigerian soups.
Wheat meal is a dish prepared as a form of "Swallow" in Nigeria. It can be taken with any Nigerian soup in form of morsels.
Yam Porridge is the choice yam recipe if you like your yam meals soupy. The yam is cooked with ingredients, resulting in a thick or soupy dish.
Catfish Pepper Soup
Catfish Pepper Soup a.k.a ”point and kill” is another delicious Nigerian pepper soup recipe.
Bitter Leaf Soup
Bitter Leaf Soup, also known as Ofe Onugbu is a popular Nigerian soup. Bitter leaf Soup is peculiar to the Igbo tribe of Eastern Nigeria.
Fried rice is one of the most widely eaten Nigerian food; it is accepted by almost every Nigerian both at home and in Diaspora.
Semolina flour is used to prepare the Semolina fufu which is eaten with the various Nigerian soup recipes.
Nothing beats indigenous stew! With this yummy recipe, one gets to enjoy the unique taste of fresh vegetables and other condiments
Assorted Meat Pepper Soup
The savory and spicy taste of pepper soup. Who does not like it? I have never met a Nigerian who did not or does not enjoy pepper soup.
Goat Meat Pepper Soup
Pepper soup is simply meat in a spiced broth, the peculiar taste comes from the spice mix. It is commonly made with goat meat.
The Nigerian Coconut Rice, prepared with coconut milk extract, is sure to wake up your taste buds.