Guess the Northern Delicacy!

Written by Aisha Gali

Aisha Gali is a computer scientist turned writer. She specializes in writing fictional stories. In her free time, she enjoys watching football, reading and sleeping. She believes life should never be taken seriously and nothing is that deep.

April 5, 2022

One of the unique aspects of every culture is their food, it is part of them and that is what makes them who they are. Let us see which of these Northern delicacy you can guess just from the picture and ingredients.

Take this quiz to find out!

A thick pudding prepared from local rice and served with different types of soup ?

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Tuwon Shinkafa is a thick pudding made from local rice and can be eaten with different types of soup like miyan kuka, miyan taushe etc

Beans dumplings served with ground pepper and oil?

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Danwake is made from flour and baobab and potash and is made into small balls that are boiled in water and can be eaten with ground pepper and oil

A deep fried bean cake made from beans paste?

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Kosai is made from ground beans and deep fried in oil by taking it in small scoops and can be eaten with ground pepper. it is one of the most popular foods for breakfast.

A delicacy made from rice that is fluffy and mostly paired with a sauce?

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Masa is similar to a pan fried rice cake and is traditionally made into an oval shape and is mostly eaten with miyan taushe.

A local bread made from flour, wheat flour or maize flour?

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Gurasa is a local bread made from flour and eaten with kuli-kuli and oil

A meal made of Soybeans curds?

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Awara is made from soybeans curds and is the Hausa version of tofu. It is served with ground pepper any vegetable you want.

A traditional cous - cous meal?

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Burabisco is a meal made from cous - cous meal common in Northern Nigeria especially Maiduguri and is normally paired with stew and vegetables

Green drawy soup?

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Miyan Kuka is a green soup made from powdered baobab leaves and can be eaten with any form of tuwo.

Local pancake with seasoning?

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Wainar Fulawa is a local pancake made with flour, pepper, onions, salt and maggi and is eaten with ground pepper

A savory fried dumpling?

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Funkaso is a traditional doughnut like delicacy made from flour

Guess the Northern Delicacy
Posh gang!
Team posh gang that doesn't eat local delicacies, you don't know what you are missing!
Posh but can get down for some good food!
Not bad! you know what's going on, try out more delicacies though.
OG!
Oga at the top! you know good stuff! carry on boss!

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