Away from the festivities that mark the Christmas season, some people believe the best part of the holiday is the sumptuous delicacies that will be going around.
So sit back and relax as we share our list of ultimate best Nigerian Christmas meals.
Source: Sisi Jemimah
There’s a reason food is part of our Christmas themes this year. It starts with the famous appetizer pepper soup. This Christmas meal is what ignites your stomach for the main meal that’s coming ahead. Depending on your preference, there’s- catfish, goat meat, chicken and so much more to choose from.
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This has to be one of the most popular dishes served in this part of the world. Elsewhere jollof rice definitely not a new kid on the block. The best part of this Christmas meal is that you can add your own twist to it and make it suit your taste and flavour. There are other rice options- fried, white, coconut and the list goes on.
Pounded Yam and Efo Riro
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When this Christmas meal shows up on the menu, you know the party has been turned up a notch. Popularly known as the ‘knockout’ meal. To experience this meal in its true, authentic form a visit to Abeokuta should be considered.
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Is there really a Christmas meal if there isn’t Chicken in the mix? This is one of the main reasons people look forward to eating, the tasty treasure that awaits you at the end. It can be prepared in different methods and dosed, dipped and layered with your preferred sauce.
For some people you know Christmas is around the corner, once these Christmas treats are delivered to your doorstep. This is the go-to Christmas dessert, served with either ice cream or custard or sometimes eaten alone.