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The Christmas festive season is here again. The following series of videos contain some festive food and snacks ideas for the season.
Christmas Main Dishes
We always run to rice dishes for our Christmas meals but fufu recipes are popular too. Just make sure there are enough meat and fish in the soups to make them extra special for this special time of the year.
Need a fast, easy and different rice dish to prepare for Christmas? Turmeric Rice will make a great addition to the season's menu!
Which is your favourite? The White Coconut Rice or the Jollof Coconut Rice?
With white rice and stew, your family and guests will thank you for going the extra mile to prepare something special for them. Cook the rice plain and serve with
Beef & Chicken Stew or Vegetable Sauce and include Pepper Soup for extra effects. Popular side dishes are: Fried Plantain, Peppered Gizzards, Nigerian Stir-fry or Nigerian Moi Moi.
Jollof Rice is also served during the festive season, sometime between Christmas and New Year. It is also perfect for if you will be having a party during the festive season. Cook with
Grilled Chicken and serve with: Nigerian Salad, Nigerian Moi Moi, Peppered Gizzards and other Rice Accessories.
Another festive season favourite. Serve with all the side dishes mentioned under Jollof Rice.
The No. 1 meal of the season. :)
Egusi Soup is a very popular Nigerian Soup so if you decide to serve a fufu meal, ensure that Egusi Soup is beside it.
Serve this soup to an Igbo man on a special day and he will thank you for that.
These side dishes perfectly complement the main dishes (rice dishes).
The popping red spicy upgrade for the basic Grilled Chicken. A great addition to your party food!
Here's a perfect match for Jollof Rice, Coconut Rice, Rice & Beans, Fried Plantain and Nigerian Moi Moi.
Check out this Nigerian fish pepper soup recipe and discover why you need to start pointing right now. :)
Peppered Snail is a common feature in Nigerian restaurants and in the Small Chops section at parties. It's too hot to handle!
With all those side dishes, who needs a dessert in Nigeria? Serve the following as dessert if your family and guests are asking for more.
This Nigerian Meat Pie with a twist is perfect for every occasion.
This chewy sweet snack will keep your chins busy after the main meal.
Nigerian Snacks for Christmas Entertainment
The Nigerian Meat Pie stores well in the freezer so do not be afraid to make these and serve your guests during Christmas.
This the easiest Nigerian Chin Chin recipe ever! Includes how to cut Nigerian Chin Chin fast.
Now you can enjoy making Chicken Pies in your home.
Nigeria's own Puff Puff is so tasty and easy on the mouth. Be careful how many of these you serve, else your guests won't have space for the Christmas lunch!
Prepare Yourself for the Christmas Season
The All Nigerian Recipes Cookbook is your best friend this Christmas holidays! Make sure you do not travel without it. :)
Improve you cooking skills because lots of people will be tasting your meals and judging your cooking skills this Christmas season.
You will be preparing a wide range of Nigerian food recipes this festive season. Do you have all the kitchen tools you will need? Find out the most important tools to have in your kitchen.
Know your Nigerian food staples and the different recipes you can prepare with them so you can make a comprehensive Christmas shopping list.
Enjoy the festive season and stay safe!
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