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LAGOS STREET FOOD 2

1. OBALENDE
ADDRESS: Obalende, Lagos, Nigeria

🇳🇬PUFF PUFF: Mix baking flour, yeast, a little water, salt into a ball and fry

🇳🇬KOKO: Begin with congealed solid millet. In a pot, add the millet and water to liquify it into a paste. In a separate big pot, boil water and pour the mixture of the liquified millet into boiling water and continuously stir it using a big wooden spoon until it thickens.

🇳🇬ABACHA (African Salad): Mix garden egg leaf, cassava shavings, fermented ugba (oil bean), fresh pepper, onions, garden egg, ugwun sauce, roasted fish and cow skin together in a bowl and plate in a styrofoam plate. Top with roasted fish and cow skin (ponmo), which has been marinated in fresh pepper sauce.

🇳🇬TUWO AND GBEGIRI SOUP: Mix grounded corn flour in boiled water. Pour some of the liquid out. After cooking, add more grounded corn flour (dried) and beat it. Pour it back in and continue mixing

🇳🇬BOLI AND GROUNDNUT: Peel and grill the plantain. Dip it into the groundnut and enjoy

💸PRICE: Puff Puff: 100 NGN/0.28 USD | Koko: 100 NGN/0.28 USD | Abacha: 500 NGN / $1.49 USD | Tuwo and Gbegiri Soup: 600 NGN / $1.64 | Ground nut: 300 NGN / .82 USD | Grilled plantain: 600 NGN/ 1.65 USD

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Hey, I’m Sonny! I’m from the US but currently call Vietnam home. I’ve been living in Asia for 10 years and started making food and travel videos to document my experiences. I travel to different parts of the world, hunting down and documenting the most unique food each country has to offer.

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