These Nigerian foods combination have been tasted and trusted and they taste so good together. While some people would agree with me , some will say “ewww”. After all, one man’s food is another man’s poison.
• Yam and butter : Yeah , butter isn’t only a good spread for bread , it tastes so good with yam as well.
• Bread and Pap : This is another combination that goes so well, growing up this was a great breakfast for me. Whether using the pap as a spread or cutting the bread into little pieces inside the pap ,or just eating it, whichever works for you.
• Bread and noodles : looking for what to pair your noodles with? Try bread, it might seem weird but its really nice.
• Rice and egusi : This might not seem weird to many as it is quite common.This is a great combination, and deciding which tastes better, rice and stew or rice and egusi , is even a subject of debate.
• Spag and Beans : First time I was served this was at my school’s cafe. I really didn’t want to try it but I had no choice, hunger was real. It eventually didn’t taste bad to my surprise and I grew to love it in fact.
• Bread and coconut : Bread has been repeated several times, it seems to go with just about everything. Bread tastes so great with coconut and I’m yet to understand why.
• Beans and salad : So I heard that beans can be used instead of rice, and as a foodie that I am I decided to investigate. And it was no rumour, it does taste good.
• Yam and Palm oil : This should be quite common among the eastern people, its personally one of my favourites (try adding little salt and pepper to the oil for even better taste ).
• Garri and sardine : Now this is something, I guess someone figured that since garri and fish tatse good then garri and sardine should even taste better. I haven’t tried this yet,but people say its great.
• Eba and stew : This shouldn’t sound so weird as its a little bit common. I guess, what soup can do , stew can do better.
P.S : If you haven’t tried any of them, you should try them some day. Feel free to add your own weird combinations in the comment section below.