Breakfast is one of the most important meal of the day, it's very quick and easy to prepare. with the morning runs around preparing what's easy and quick can save you some extra time. Some recipes for breakfast can be easy to prepare while some takes time to prepare.
Pap which is popularly refered to as 'Akamu' is a very popular semi solid food that can be made using various grains. Grains are very healthy and are suitable for almost everybody irrespsective of their age. in Nigeria, pap is almost always the first semi solid food toddlers are feed with.
Rice is the most common food crop of the developing world and the staple food of more than half of the world's population. Nine out of every ten people can’t do without eating rice at least twice in a week, especially as breakfast. However, even though rice is very easy and fast to prepare, there are other breakfast ideas you can try.
Nigeria is a country blessed with many foods from her various tribes. Sometimes, people do not like to wait to cook foods that will take a very long time to prepare instead, they usually opt for foods that can be cooked quickly. There are many Nigeria foods that can be prepared within a short period of time, some of which will be talked about here.
Photo Credit: My Diaspora Kitchen People enjoy eating akara beans cake and ogi [corn papa] together. Fries make an excellent breakfast for those who enjoy them. However, there is so much to Akara that we hesitate to serve it as a meal. For some people, Akara is not a very nutritious food because, when frying, the oil can heat up to the point of smoking.
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Beans is a Nigerian staple food which is commonly eaten in many homes. But it is surprising that many people do not like beans despite its nutritive value. Photo credit: Alamy This attribute is common in children but many adults did not find the meal delicious too.
Beans are one of the most healthy food products out there. People who eat beans can testify that it is packed with lots of amazing nutrients that provides numerous health benefits to the body. Beans is also one of the few foods that can be used to prepare a variety of different dishes which are all very tasty, delicious abd nutritious.
Photo Credit: allnigerianfoods.com Akara is a fried bean cake, while pap is processed maize that, when cooked with boiling water, becomes slightly liquid. In different Nigerian dialects, pap is termed akamu, ogi, or koko, while akara is named àkàrà in Yoruba and kosai in Hausa.
Source: Yummymedley.com Akara is among the commonest foods in Nigeria. It is prepared by grinding beans into paste and afterwards adding to it some ingredients so as to make it tasty. While these are going on, oil is already seated on fire to heat up. The pasty beans is now moulded to form bolus and the bolus introduced into the heated oil one after the other.
Local bean cake otherwise known as Akara is one of the commonly eaten type of food Nigeria. It is mostly eaten with pap or eaten with bread. There is no doubt that Bean Cake is good for the body as it is high in protein just like beans.
The first food we eat in the morning is called breakfast and it is a delicate meal, this is what gives us a good start for the day and provides most of the nutrients we need to actively function from morning till afternoon, it is advisable to always eat breakfast and do so with knowledge of what we eat.
Source: Cookpad Akara is a native Nigerian dish prepared by removing the exocarps of beans, grinding and adding ingredients to taste and thereafter, moulding them in form of bolus and adding to a pot of oil to get fried and ready for consumption. In as much as this dish is quite appealing both to the mouth and body, there are 2 medical condition that wouldn't accommodate consumption of such foods excessively and here they are explained.
Akara which is also called beans cake is a popular food in Nigeria and it is usually made from beans, this food is mainly eaten with bread and some people call it a local sandwich. This food is mainly sold around a busy environment. There are many health benefits of eating Akara, check them out.
Frying is a very popular cooking method that is used by several people. Frying involves using hot oil to cook. People who can afford to eat chicken weekly usually prefer to fry it, many people will choose fried yam,eggs, plaintain, potatoes over boiled yams, eggs, plantain, and potatoes.
Breakfast is actually the most important meal of the day. Several research and studies has also shown that eating breakfast regularly helps to reduce the risk of having certain chronic diseases and medical conditions. And its such a shame that a lot of people prefer to skip it.
Weekends are special to every family in Nigeria because asides resting most family use it to perform certain duties and tasks. Below are 3 fun things to do every weekend as a family: 1.) Clean the house: You can never over emphasize this one right here, cleaning the house is very paramount if you asked me.
Every woman married or single, young or even old needs to look beautiful irrespective of whether there's an occasion or not. Ankara styles makes every woman looks beautiful, unique and adorable. Ankara styles can be rocked to any event, or casual functions. One interesting thing about Akara materials is that, it's so free and comfortable, flashy and attractive to wear, and it brings out the beauty of woman no matter your complexion.
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Growing up as a Nigerian, you probably already know much about akara and everything that comes with it. As a Nigeria, Akara is one of the basic food eaten by most people as breakfast. It could be eaten with different kinds of other foods such as Akamu, bread, garri, stew and so one.