- Best served and eaten with:
- Egusi Soup
- Ogbono Soup
- Efo-ri-ro Soup
- Banga Soup
- Native- White Spicy Soup
- Oha Soup
- Edikiakong Soup
- Vegetable/Goat meat soup
- Pepper Soup of choice
- Ayoola Poundo Yam
Abacha is a popular cassava dish native to the Igbos and served throughout Igbo land in eastern Nigeria. Abacha can be eaten as a starter or a full meal served with dry fish or ponmo (cow skin)
African salad is eaten amongst the Eastern tribe of Nigeria. Made with dried shredded cassava in a creamed palm oil sauce, paired with fried fish, cowfoot, and garden eggs.
Yam flour is powdered dried yam tuber widely used in food preparation. Typically white, the flour is commonly used in African dishes, such as Amala. It may be used in many other recipes if desired as well. Yam Flour is a good choice for gluten-free recipes.
A favourite food of many Nigerian homes, it is a good source of protein. It can be used in the preparation of bean cakes (Akara), Moi-moi and other local delicacies that require a lot of tedious work like soaking of the beans, cleaning, peeling, grinding, etc.
Ayoola Cassava Fufu is another outstanding product. It is made from cassava – one of the main crops in Nigeria. It is very popular in the south-eastern and south-western states of Nigeria. So many people keep away from fufu prepared the traditional way because it has a strong smell that not everyone likes.
Garlic is such a wonder herb known since ancient times, across every culture, to be both a delicious ingredient to food and as a great medicine and prevention to many ailments. Raw, freshly minced Organic Garlic has the optimum health benefits, while cooking it brings out the bold flavors in dishes and recipes.