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Our bodies run on the fresh green fuel of the land (Terri Guillemets, "Fresh & green," 2011). A complete green African meal to fuel your body for all necessary minerals is Afang soup. Afang is a vegetable soup known by Nigerians

With its numerous names, difference in preparation and complex flavours, Egusi soup is a West African dish made with West African ingredients and spices. It contains leaf vegetables, palm oil, meat, fish or seafood and thickened with melon seed.

Kokonte is a staple food eaten in some parts of Africa including Ghana, Togo and others. Kokonte is mostly made out of dried cassava flour. Kokonte is prepared in a way similar to fufu or banku influencing its supposed English name ‘Brown Fufu’. 

Semovita is the name of a popular food brand in Nigeria which is made up of soft gelatinous substances which falls under the category of "swallows" in Nigeria.

Nigerian Suya is a very popular spicy street food usually patronised by West Africans.

Absolutely anyone can make an omelette and from everywhere including your home. All you need is eggs, a pan and some oil or butter and you are good to go.
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Excess corned beef at home should never be thrown away. It is such a powerful ingredient for one of the most amazing breakfast meals. Corned Beef Hash is usually served with eggs for what we call a nutritious breakfast meal.

Gbegiri soup is one of the easiest soups you will probably ever make in your life. This soup is very popular in Nigeria.
Coconut curry chicken is a yummy sauce which gives your meals a continental look. Chicken breast is also a very good source of selenium, phosphorus, vitamin B6, and niacin

Tuo zaafi is a popular dish in the northern part of Ghana.  Tuo zaafi consists of 3 separate dishes, which are combined for the final dish - the meat stew, the ayoyo sauce, and the tuo zaafi itself.

Growing up garden egg stews are portrayed as one of the healthiest meals in an African home. The oily nature of the stew allows it to go smoothly with boiled yam.
Egusi is a Nigerian soup which contains vegetables and ground melon seeds. It is one of the most delicacies in Nigeria and usually eaten with eba or pounded yam.

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