Here are some combinations of daily foods on the Nigerian meals time table you must consider for your families too. As you are already aware, having a timetable for the foods you eat and when to eat them is the first step to a good living.
If you’re a visitor in Nigeria and want to find the best way to keep up with your native food menu with a Nigerian local replacement then this writeup is the best guide for you.
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Nigerian Meals Time Table
So here are some combinations for you to consider and just maybe adhere to while you’re still in Nigeria. This writeup might not cover in details fruits but do not forget that health experts have advised that you take in enough fruits as well as water.
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Sunday Wheat bread + beverages Rice+ fish or meat stew Boiled plantains+ Egg stew
Monday Oatmeal + milk Semo + okra soup Unripe plantain porridge
Tuesday Boiled potatoes+egg stew Jollof rice+ salad Vegetable soup + oats swallow
Wednesday Toast bread+coconut milk Unripe plantains+ Stew Rice + vegetable sauce
Thursday Pancakes+custard+Banana Moimoi+cole slaw Boiled potatoes + egg sauce
Friday Toast bread+Green Tea Vegetable soup+ Eba Rice+fish-spiced vegetable sauce
Saturday Moimoi+pap+tigernuts Egusi soup+garri/semo Grilled fish+roasted plantains
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You might be a corporate person and as such very busy. If you work from 8 am to 5 pm on weekdays, you might want to utilize your weekends effectively so that you don’t feel the pressure during the week.
Buy plenty of fresh and pureed tomatoes so that you can cook enough stew to last for a whole week. As the weekdays unfold, you can modify the stews to suit your needs. For instance, when you have to serve egg stew, all you’ll have to do is warm up some stew, pour some whisked eggs into it and voila, you’ll have a ready meal.