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Akara

Light and Airy Akara (Bean Fritters) grams Nigerian Brown Beans or Black Eye Peas Medium Onions (Weighing approx. 150 grams) mls water for blending --¾ tsp Salt --¼ tsp Dry Pepper Egg yolks Egg Whites --Vegetable or Canola Oil for deep frying

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So, no lie, the akara I featured in this post was only the second or third time I’d actually personally made akara in my life. However, my mission to share traditional Nigerian food with the world continues!

Akara is a very versatile dish that can be eaten w/ anything from bread to custard (or ogi/pap).

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Akara

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Nigerian Akara Recipe (Acaraje)

Akara is one of the most popular breakfast staples in Nigeria, it's made with a combination of bean paste, fresh onions and salt. Akara is also a great str

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In Nigeria, Suya spots litter almost every major street junction. This Suya recipe is for Nigerians in diaspora who want to get a taste of homeland Suya they sorely miss.

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