Controversial Nollywood actress Roseline Meurer has shown off herself eating Banga and Starch, a popular delicacy eaten in Niger Delta. She first dropped a video where she was cooked the soup with assorted meat such as fresh catfish, periwinkle, cow skin popularly known as "kanda", snail, dried fish, and goat meat.
Banga soup is a soup that is rich in vitamins. It is made from liquid extracts from palm nuts. The popularity of Banga soup stretches as far as Cameroon and Ghana. That is to say, it is not only eaten in the Niger Delta part of Nigeria as many would have assumed.
Not only is this soup rich in minerals, but it is also rich in vitamins, such as vitamin a and k. It is also rich in antioxidants, contains nutrients good for brain function, and has unsaturated fat.
The " banga" soup is mostly eaten with starch in Niger Delta. Starch is also a popular delicacy eaten in Delta state. Just the way garri, fufu is made from cassava, starch is also made from cassava.
Rosy Meurer who shared this mouth-watering delicacy with her fans in a video said it's been a long time she had the food and admitted that it was finger-licking good.
Credit: Instagram/Rosy Meurer
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