Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Daily Food Menu for Your Nigerian Husband

Hello beautiful ladies married to amazing Nigerian men. In spite of what people say about Nigerian men, they remain one of the best men any woman seeking to build an enviable marriage and home could have. Don't let anybody cause you to regret marrying a Nigerian Man. Funny enough, Nigerian men are one of the most sought after men by women of all races and nationality, and one of the qualities that make Nigerian men stand out amongst other men is their wonderful build and masculine appearance, plus their hardworking nature, thanks to the unique Nigerian foods they consume on daily basis.

What we eat determines how we look, and also have huge contribution on how we reason and think. So if you want your Nigerian husband and kids to retain that strong Nigerian personality and mental tenacity, you must learn to feed them the right Nigerian food.

In Nigeria, men usually have their own unique food preference, which is most times different from that of the Nigerian women.

For instance, a Nigerian lady wouldn't like to eat eba and soup in the morning, but some Nigerian men wouldn't mind so long as the soup is tasty and crowded enough; crowded in terms of fish, meat, liver, kpomo, etc.

And one of the reasons this is so is because Nigerian men do lots of physical and mental hard work, such that they need more calories to replenish the frequent calories they burn in a day.

In order words, a good food plan or timetable for a Nigerian man should look like this:

1. Morning breakfast:


Plan A
Fried ripe plantain, fried yam, fried potato served with fried egg and vegetable or tomato. Add a coup of hot tea (milk + powder chocolate + pure honey)

Plan B
Toasted bread. Add egg + fresh pepper + fresh tomato to the bread before toasting. Then serve it with hot tea

Plan C
Well fried Akara (bean cake)‎ and palp. If you don't know how to prepare the palp and Akara, check back here for the recipe and procedure. You can also replace the Akara with well prepared moi-moi.

2. Lunch


Plan A
well prepared jollof rice + friend chicken or fish, + fried ripe plantain‎ and beans (alternatively depending on his taste). Serve it with any chilled beverage or fruit drink and don't forget to serve a Nigerian man's food with drinking water; it's compulsory.

Plan B
Fried rice + fried chicken or beef, fish with fried ripe plantain. Serve with chilled non-alcoholic drink and water.

Plan C
Eba or Pounded yam or Semovita or wheat + soup (egusi soup, bitter leaf soup, okra soup, oha soup, efo riro soup, white soup, afang soup, vegetable soup). Always remember to serve him drinking water whenever you serve him food.

Though most Nigerian men don't usually eat lunch at home except on weekends and holidays, but knowing his favorite food menu for every meal time will help.


‎3. Dinner

This is one of the most crucial meal for every Nigerian man, so don't joke with it.

Majority of Nigerian men would prefer a heavy food for dinner; reason most Nigerian men who don't control themselves and exercise usually develop pot belly lol

In all, if you want to keep him satisfied, make sure he eats well before going to bed....because he will probably be doing even more job in the bedroom than he did while at work in the day lol

So below are some typical dinner meal plan for your Nigerian husband:


Plan A

Eba or Pounded yam or Semovita or wheat + soup (egusi soup, bitter leaf soup, okra soup, oha soup, efo riro soup, white soup, afang soup, vegetable soup). Always remember to serve him drinking water whenever you serve him food.

Serve him the above for dinner if he didn't have it at lunch, he will really appreciate it.

The above is the most favorite dinner meal plan for most Nigerian men irrespective of class, but you can also learn what he likes at times and give it to him.

But please don't serve him pizza at night because he won't be happy with it for too long.

Don't serve him rice for dinner; unless he likes it and probably requests.

Try this and come back here for testimony.


Good luck

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