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Ewa Agoying is a Nigerian meal commonly eating in Nigeria. In one of my articles on local cuisine, I wrote on Tukuni. With Tukuni, it is spiced pounded potatoes with beans.
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Moi moi is a nice dish eating in Africa. This is common with the Nigerian people. Unlike koki beans and koki corn in Cameroon, in Nigeria it is Moi moi.
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Cameroon is a neighbouring country to Nigeria. This is a Nigerian meal, but due to the friendship Cameroon has with Nigeria, most of the dishes prepared in Nigeria are prepared in Cameroon and vis.
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Egusi soup is made from melon seeds. The melon is harvested when it is matures, it cracked open and the seeds removed and dried. The seeds are collected and dried well using just sun light. (the African way).