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Nigerian Foods have soared into popularity since the late sixties with Nigeria being a popular West African country.

Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa, the seventh most populous country in the world, and the most populous country in the world in which the majority of the population is black.of the largest populations  with  a populace of around an estimated 162,470,737 according to the World Bank. accounting for approximately one-sixth of Africa's people

Nigeria is a very diverse country with archaeological evidence that human habitation of the area dates back to at least 9000 BC. Nigeria has 371 major tribes with 3 majority ethnic groups, Hausa, Yoruba & Igbo, in addition There are a total of 1399 languages spoken in Nigeria.  The common national language is English.

With its diverse wealth of tribal, cultural, lingual, religious and socioeconomic populace, Nigerian cuisine is vast, wide, diverse, rich, vibrant, colourful and delicious.  Most of Nigerian foods are steamed and processed using traditional methods such as sun drying, salting, fermenting, milling, pounding, grating, roasting and smoking.  Red oil/palm oil naturally cholesterol free alongside blends of peppers, onions, tomatoes and root vegetables are eaten widely throughout the country.  There are several Nigerian dishes many indigenous to different parts of the country but enjoyed nevertheless throughout the country and world.