Nigeria has a diverse range of street foods that come in different tastes, flavours, and sizes. These foods are affordable and easily accessible. Here are some popular Nigerian street foods:
Ewa-agoyin is made from mashed beans and served with a special spicy pepper sauce. It is a popular street food in Nigeria, especially in Lagos. Ewa-agoyin is incomplete without the agege bread. You can also add plantain and protein for a full meal.
Akara and bread
Akara is a deep-fried bean cake made from beans. It is a popular breakfast food in Nigeria and is often served with bread or pap or custard.
Puff-puff is a sweet fried dough ball made from flour, sugar, yeast, and water, and pepper to spice. It is a popular snack often sold on the streets of Nigeria.
Boli is roasted plantain. It is usually eaten with groundnut, or a spicy pepper sauce. It is a popular street food in Nigeria and is often sold by street vendors.
Suya is a grilled meat usually made from beef . The meat is marinated in a blend of spices and then grilled over an open flame. Suya is often served with suya spice, sliced onions and cabbages and wrap in newspapers for takeaway.
- Roasted Corn
Roasted corn is grilled or roasted corn often eaten alone, with coconut or bush pear.
Beske is a snack made from cheese or soy curds.
Which of these street food is your favourite?