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Re: Africa dishes

Post by Mwanyalo » 05 Apr 2018, 03:43

Am from Kenya coastal areas among the Taita tribes.We enjoy most of our traditional dish called kimanga.This is where we mash fully cooked cassavas, yams,sweet potatoes then serve with meat stew accompanied with a cup of hot tea.

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Post by Stellardavou » 09 Apr 2018, 11:58

I love pounded yam.nd egusi soup.....frm Lagos State.. Nigeria

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Post by amagoh » 30 May 2018, 10:50

I am from Delta State,Nigeria.For the enu-ani ,we like nsala soup made with azu ndu(fresh fish,(asa fish))and nni -ji(pounded yam).

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Post by biscuits » 03 Jun 2018, 03:47

I'm Nigerian, from Ibadan precisely. I like 'Egusi' soup (melon seed soup) and 'Efo riro' (Vegetable soup). Efo riro is made with blended peppers and onions (you can also chop the onions), palm oil, locust beans, fish and/or meat, crayfish,etc. Basically, the same ingredients are used for the melon seed soup but the difference is the melon seed soup and methods of cooking. They are very popular soups throughout Nigeria. They can be eaten with Rice and other swallow foods such as Eba, Amala, Pounded yam, Semovita, etc

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Post by ShirleyNWN » 03 Jun 2018, 09:17

From Kenya and my favourite food is ugali and nyama choma (grilled meat)."heavenly"

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