It is often said that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. Most women go extra miles to perfect their culinary skills in order to satisfy their men with tasty, nutrious and appealing food.
Nigeria is blessed with a wide variety of cuisines that define the tradition and culture of every region of the country. These various foods are derived from the staple food crops that are readily available all-year round in the country, such as rice, yam, plantain, cassava, cocoyam, corn, millet, wheat, beans, etc, as well as with assorted fish and meat like beef and poultry.
Every tribe in Nigeria has its array of foods that are peculiar to them, which are very sumptuous and inviting.
Particularly, local foods from states like Cross River, Akwa Ibom, Imo, Delta, Ondo, Ekiti and Edo are said to be quite exceptional and many people, including foreign visitors from other countries of the world always always ask for more when they taste these delicacies.
Here are pictures of some of the local delicacies you can get in Nigeria to wet your appetite. Enjoy!
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