Roasted Plantain popularly know has Bole is a classic street food in Nigeria . In Port Harcourt, South-South Nigeria, it is referred to as Bole and eaten with fish. While the Eastern part of Nigerian eat roasted plantain (Ogede), with sweet hot sauce, turned orange with palm oil and mixed with oil bean (Ugba/Ukpaka). Some like garnishing theirs with utazi leaves which also gives an unusual yummy taste Bole is a food for all and can be consumed at any time of the day or year. Let's see some HEALTH BENEFIT OF
PLANTAIN USE AS HERBAL MEDICINE IN OUR HOMES. PLANTAIN, also known as MUSA PARADISIACA in the field of Natural Medicine, has been used throughout the world as food and as medicine. The fruit can be roasted or fried as food. Many people call it BOLE when roasted while they call the fried ones as DODO in some Nigerian languages. The rope fruit can also be eaten raw as fast food. This plant is known as; OGEDE or OGEDE AGBAGBA in Yoruba, OGHEDE in Benin, AYABA in Hausa, While it is known as ABEREKA, OJIOKO and
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Plantain Moi-Moi (ukpa ogede) is one of the Nigeria Plantain recipes prepared with overripe plantain and beans. Beans which contains protein and is very nutritious to the body. Plantain Moi-Moi is very easy to make and you can eat it with akamu, custard or oat meal. Ingredients On How to make Plantain Moi-Moi 2 overripe plantain 2 cups of brown beans 2 table spoons of grounded pepper 5 red bell pepper (tatashe) 1 medium onion 2 spoons of vegetables oil Salt 2 seasoning cubes Water How To Prepare Plantain Moi-Moi.
Botanical Name: Musa paradisiaca L. Common name: Plantain Local name: Hausa: Ayaba Nupe: Yabako Igbo: Abrika/Okirima Yoruba: Ogede agagba Description: This is a monocot with the stem formed in sheaths. The stem is very soft and smooth and much water is stored along the main stem. The leaves are very long and broad, and have a shiny under-surface with powdery elements when touched. The fruits are borne in branches at the terminal end of the plant. Plant part Used: Leaves, sap, root Medicinal Uses: Sap is tak