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12 Local Foods And Their Correct English Names.

There's nothing more embarrassing than pronouncing or calling the name of a food wrongly, especially of you find yourself in very big restaurant, or perhaps outside the shores of Nigeria. An example of such local foods is the Fried Yam. Please understand that you can call it Fried Yam within your house, friends, family, and maybe your close neighbors, however, when you are in public places, you should not call them these names. So, these articles contains a compilation of twelve (12) English names of popular

  2 years ago ago
12 Local Foods And Their Correct English Names.

FOOD

Expecting Visitors? ENTERTAIN them with this FINGER Food! PEPPERED PONMO & DUNDUN! picture steps

Spicy Ponmo and Dundun (fried Yam) is a special kind of Nigerian delicacy.   Ponmo, aka Kpomo or Kanda is a major soup supplement for fish and meat in most Nigerian homes. If you remember, sometimes ago in this country, when the government woke up one morning and decided they were to going to ban ponmo forever...lol! How is that even possible? Their reason was that, they suddenly realised that cow skin/hides would make more dollars, if they were converted into leather for export instead of eating it all. Ofcourse,

  3 years ago ago
Expecting Visitors? ENTERTAIN them with this FINGER Food! PEPPERED PONMO & DUNDUN! picture steps

FOOD

10 Most Eaten Snacks in Nigeria.

A snack is a light meal generally eaten in between foods, snacks are small service foods we take in to sate our hunger in the event where food is unavailable till we can get food to eat. Snacks can generally be eaten at any time of the day, the top ten most eaten snacks in Nigeria are as follows: 1. PUFF-PUFF/BUNS Puff-Puff and buns are typical Nigerian snacks, they are eaten by almost everyone in Nigeria, they are very popular snacks that are also termed street foods. Puff-Puff and Buns are very similar snacks

  2 years ago ago
10 Most Eaten Snacks in Nigeria.

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Some Nigerian Foods People Enjoy

1. Pounded Yam: because, why not? Pounded Yam isn’t overrated…. It goes with anything. Why won’t you just love it. Let me do a subset of those soups for you. White Soup Egusi soup Ila Alasepo or Just your regular Okro Ogbono Edi ikang ikong I would have said Ewedu but Im not a fan 2. Fried Yam/Dundun: just accept it Yam is bae. I will classify potato chips and fries under fried yam because he is boss. 3. Jollof Rice: party style. Whenever I want to sample an eatery, buka, fast food joint….Jollof Ric

  2 years ago ago
Some Nigerian Foods People Enjoy

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Yoruba foods and their English name

Yoruba people have different foods and snacks which make them special among others,these are some of Yoruba foods and their English name. 1. Kuli kuli – Peanut bars 2. Donkuwa/ Robo Alata – Hot Charcolit nuts 3. Kilichi – Beef Crackers 4. Dundun/fried yam – Yamarita 5. Fried Potato – Potarita 6. Pako (Chewing stick) – Dental Sticks 7. Boli – Barbecue Plantain 8. Roasted corn – Corn Aflame 9. Eko/Agidi – Corn Jellos 10. Moin moin – Bean pie 11. Isi ewu – Goat-hedo lickins’ 12. Garri –

  2 years ago ago
Yoruba foods and their English name

PETS

The Possible Breeds Of DJ Cuppy's Puppies, Fufu and Dundun.

Since DJ Cuppy introduced her puppies to her fans, she is yet to educate her fans on the breed of her dogs.Anyways, going through the puppy encyclopedia, it seems that the puppies are of either Hairy Chihuahua family or the Promineran family as they both look are like and have turned to be favorites for the wealthy.

  1 year ago ago
The Possible Breeds Of DJ Cuppy's Puppies, Fufu and Dundun.

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How to Make Fried Yam and Fried pepper sauce (Dundun and Ata Dindin)

Happy New Year People! I pray this year that you break boundaries, takeover new frontiers and above BECOME all that the creator created you to be! Dun-Dun (fried yam or yam fries) is one of the most popular street snacks in Nigeria. Fried Yam is absolutely tasty, usually sold on the streets, especially at night and is commonly paired with Fried Plantain (Dodo) or with akara, I remember those days back at school in the northern part of Nigeria, where we did sneak out of school to go get akara and dundun what

  2 years ago ago
How to Make Fried Yam and Fried pepper sauce (Dundun and Ata Dindin)

ENTERTAINMENT

Mind Blowing Facts About the Talking Drums (DunDun) of the Yoruba People (Yoruba Music)

In the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria, drumming is a very important aspect of culture because the drum does not only serve musical and entertainment purposes, but also a very fluent speaker of the Yoruba language and an interpreter of a very much respected culture: the Yoruba culture. The Yoruba language is a tri-tonal language because it is made up of three notes from the tonic solfa which are doh, ray, and mi (you should have joined the church choir). The talking drums of the Yoruba land have done great work in imitating

  3 years ago ago
Mind Blowing Facts About the Talking Drums (DunDun) of the Yoruba People (Yoruba Music)

ENTERTAINMENT

The Man Believed To Be the First Drummer and Other History of Talking Drum (Gangan).

Please Click "Follow" at the top Corner of this article. The talking drum has many other names and some of them are Gangan, Dundun, Doodo and Igba. The talking drum’s history can be traced to the descendants of Oduduwa, the Yoruba people and also to the Ghana Empire and the Hausa people .  The talking drum (Gangan) is an hourglass-shaped drum, whose pitch can be regulated to mimic the tone and prosody of human speech. It has two drumheads connected by leather tension cords. With different types of talking

  2 years ago ago
The Man Believed To Be the First Drummer and Other History of Talking Drum (Gangan).

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Popular Nigerian Foods You Didn't Know Their Anglicized Names.

Growing up we were introduced to varieties of local foods. Many of them were either formed from our mother tongue or picked up as vernacular from the local parlance. Below is the “anglicized” names of some popular Nigerian foods. These are not the common names known locally but the information will be worth having and you might want to share it with your friends. SAY WHAT? 1. Kuli kuli — Peanut Bars 2. Kilichi — Beaf Crackers 3. Dundun/Fried Yam — Yamarita  4. Fried Potato — Potarita 5. Pako(ch

  2 years ago ago
Popular Nigerian Foods You Didn't Know Their Anglicized Names.