How to cook two easy Vegan dishes from Nigeria

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Published on May 3, 2019 by

Nigerian food time! BattaBox London finds out how to cook two easy Nigerian Vegan dishes – sweetcorn and plantain fritters and plantain fried rice

Tomi Makanjuola, also known as Vegan Nigerian, is based in London and is reknown for her vegan cooking – a particular novelty with Nigerian food which is famous for its use and love of meat as an ingredient in almost every dish. And today she shows us how to cook some easy Nigerian vegan dishes.
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21 comments

  • Betty Castillo 2 weeks ago

    Great content. What type of flour did you use for the fritter?

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  • The Vegan Nigerian 2 weeks ago

    Thanks for the feature 🙂
    The two recipes are from my cookbook, for anyone interested in making them.

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    • Marcel Wolke 2 weeks ago

      It looks really good!

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    • Zoe Briggs 2 weeks ago

      Amazing!!! zz

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    • Zoe Briggs 2 weeks ago

      xx**

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  • GoodbyeRubyTu3sday 2 weeks ago

    It looks good but you haven’t specified which sauces and spices you used…

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    • The Vegan Nigerian 2 weeks ago

      This was cut out of the video for the sake of length, but the two full recipes can be found in my cookbook 🙂

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  • Chidera Stephen 2 weeks ago

    People are really going vegan

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    • The Vegan Nigerian 2 weeks ago

      Haha yes, and it’s great 🙂

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  • Drill Ish 2 weeks ago

    Vegan is poison. Alkaline is the way aka food that doesn’t cause mucus. Lol if you’re eating mucus causing foods like they are in this video then don’t be sad if you get cancer or fall ill. Alkaline, not hybrid or acidic foods. Not starch or blood lol

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    • Michael Heery 2 weeks ago

      You havee LOT ON YOUR PLATE..

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  • sharon strech 2 weeks ago

    What kind of spice? Suya?

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  • aFro SAmuRaI 2 weeks ago

    1CH1BON.. ☛⚉⚑⚉☚.. SALUTE

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  • Raden Binar 2 weeks ago

    Bakwan jagung

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  • anonymous mc 2 weeks ago

    Trendy all vegan go back to eating meat because there body’s fall apart

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    • The Vegan Nigerian 2 weeks ago

      Six and a half years vegan, still going strong, health checks still all positive, and no chance of quitting any time soon 🙂

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    • anonymous mc 2 weeks ago

      I work in a hospital and all the vegans that come in for surgery the organs are so thin when they go to sew them up there organs tear I know you think your healthy but your not you’ll understand when its to late…. good luck with that+The Vegan Nigerian

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    • The Vegan Nigerian 2 weeks ago

      +anonymous mc it’s possible to be healthy or unhealthy on any diet..depends on how responsibly you go about it. Whether you eat meat or not, it’s important to have regular check-ups. There are many meat-eaters who reach their later years and suffer from all kinds of dietary related diseases. I hope you don’t find out when it’s too late. Good luck to you too.

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    • anonymous mc 2 weeks ago

      The Vegan Nigerian your organs are thinning right now……good luck i the hospital in Nigeria

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    • The Vegan Nigerian 2 weeks ago

      anonymous mc God bless you 😊

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  • Dennis Carver 2 weeks ago

    VERY NICE!😋 👍……..BUT I MISS THE MEAT!!!😞

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