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Here Are 3 Healthy Fruits You Can Eat With Rice

Rice is one of the most popular foods in the world. It is widely consumed all around the globe, and many countries depend on it as their main source of carbohydrates. Apart from its popularity, rice is also rich in healthy nutrients, some of which includes carbohydrates, vitamin E, calcium, iron, fiber, and others.

Rice is widely served in weddings and occasions in Nigeria. It is so popular in this part of the world to the extent that any occasion without rice is considered incomplete. However, while many people prefer to eat rice like that, others love to combine it with other foods. Some popular foods which can be combined with rice includes, beans, plantain, yam, and others. In this article, I will be showing you some nutritious fruits that offers a great taste when eaten with rice.

1. Avocado.

The combination of avocado and rice is nothing short of nutritious. Eating these two foods together will provide you with amazing nutrients such as vitamins, magnesium, carbohydrates, omega-3 fatty acids and others. The buttery flavor of avocado offers a desirable taste when eaten with rice, and it's suitable for any form of rice. you should try it if you haven't, you'll like it, trust me.

2. Banana.

Banana is no doubt one of the most tasty fruit you can eat with rice. Many people enjoy the combination because of its taste. Furthermore, combining these two foods will provide you with desirable nutrients like potassium, copper, carbohydrates, etc. This is also one of the most popular food combination in Nigeria.

3. Pawpaw.

Pawpaw is loaded with healthy nutrients such as magnesium, vitamin C, iron, manganese and others, while rice contains carbohydrates and many other beneficial nutrients. Many Nigerians are fond of consuming these two combinations, and it's totally healthy. They also have a pleasant taste. Perhaps you should try it.

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