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There are various foods in Nigeria which would not be enjoyed without the combination box stew on them, as they give most of our food delicacy taste.
We have various types of stew in Nigeria, but I am going to talk about the 4 popular ones that we have that you should probably consider cooking in your homes.
1. Chicken Stew is one of the most popular stew we have in Nigeria, as it is made with chicken sauce and chicken with different ingredients which would give it exquisite taste. It is very delicious and best served on rice or yam.
2. Tomato Stew is another popular stew in Nigeria which is being ate by many in the country, as the name implies it is made with tomatoes and is best served with rice or spaghetti.
3. Corned Beef Stew is also another popular stew which is made from corn beef and is one you should definitely try out as it has exquisite taste. It is very tasty and can be are with rice.
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