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It’s Easter and you’re probably wondering how best to enjoy the whole celebration, what to eat and drink, and probably entertain your guest with.

Well, you don’t need to worry anymore because we’ve got you covered with meals that will leave you and your loved ones eating and licking fingers, and craving for more.

Nigerian Jollof rice

This meal is one of the favourite Nigerian meal recipe practically found in all homes in Nigeria mostly served during special occasions and social events, one of such is Easter. Jollof is often served with chicken but can be enjoyed with vegetables, salads, fried or roasted fish.

Coconut rice

The sweet taste of rice mixed with coconut is very salivating and that is one reason we love our Nigerian coconut rice.

Pounded yam and Efo riro

The thought of this food leaves one salivating already. This happens to be one of the most popular ‘swallows’ eaten in the country with some pretty much delicious and tasty soups such Ogbonno, Egusi, vegetable soup, Nsala etc.

Chicken Vegetable gravy

This meal is super healthy. It  is basically a combination of veggies and chicken.

African salad or Abacha

Your Easter is definitely not complete without a taste of the delicious African salad prepared with cassava, palm oil and pepper. It is a typical Nigerian meal you can’t afford miss out on.

Catfish Pepersoup

Catfish Peppersoup is is absolutely perfect  for Easter because Guest would love it and you would also love it!

Fish Sauce/Stews

Chapman

Chapman is that drink gives everyone satisfaction., so go for it..

Puff puff

So, start making plans, go shopping and all, just so you have a great time and of course, a great meal this Easter.

Happy Easter Celebration!!!

Click here to learn how to make some of these delicacies above

 

                                                              

 

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