A Nigerian man has taken to his social media account and shared pictures of the noodles he prepared with frog meat and Talapia fish. The man identified as Baptist Amah shared the photos via his Facebook page.
Sharing the post, Baptist stated that he came up with a new recipe for preparing noodles at the waterside kitchen where he stays. He revealed that he made noodles with frog meat, Talapia fish, carrots, Periwinkle, unripe tomatoes and fresh fish.
Baptist shared recipes and procedures he adopted while prepared the noodles. He also used the same opportunity and invited his friend to join him and enjoy the noodles he prepared.
I still wondering what made Baptist prepare noodles with a frog. Assuming Baptist prepared it with Talapia fish and other ingredients, it would have been better but using frog meat is unacceptable.
Have you tasted noodles prepared with frog and Talapia fish before? If yes, kindly use the comment box and educate us on how it tastes like. If no, what do you have to say as Baptist prepared his noodles with frog meat?
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