Top 50 Nigerian Dishes for money making Business

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Top 50 Nigerian Dishes for money-making Business

Dishes for money-making Business: Every year we make the same resolutions, like losing weight or quitting smoking.

What about making more money? while there are proven ways to make extra cash on the side even if you have a full-time job.

If those haven’t worked out for you in years past, then consider these 10 new ideas for earning some additional money on the side.

Are you interested in having your own food joint business? If yes, this write-up to for you. To guide you on how to start preparing any of the Nigerian dishes and make your cool cash. Though people prepare and eat dishes of their choice, yet some dishes have a traditional origin and is peculiar to a particular culture.

Some dishes originated from Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, Efik/Ibibio.

If you are from these tribes, you can avail yourself in this kind of business at anywhere you are in the world.

Dishes for money making Business

Before starting the business. You need to know the following:

Hausa Dishes:

  1. Tuwo shinkafa
  2. Tuwo Dawa
  3. Tuwo Masara
  4. Gwatendoya
  5. KurunZaki
  6. Kuka soup
  7. Tuwo acha
  8. Miya kuka
  9. Muya yakukwa
  10. Dakua
  11. Kuli-kuli
  12. Fantan wake
  13. Fantan Doya
  14. Fantan Dankafi

Yoruba Dishes:

15. Amala ati Ewedu

  1. Ikokore
  2. Ajapa
  3. Gbele soup
  4. Elele

Igbo Dishes:

See also: how to make money selling food from home

  1. Ofe Onugbu
  2. Ofe Ogbono
  3. Ofe owerri
  4. Ofe oha
  5. Ofe Nsala
  6. Ede/ncha
  7. Ona/ncha
  8. Ji obibio
  9. Akpu
  10. Ukwa
  11. Ogkpa

Ibibio/Efik Dishes

  1. Ekpang Nkukwo
  2. Ayanekpang
  3. Edikangikong
  4. Afang soup
  5. Iwuk Edesi
  6. Usung Udia mme Afia efere ebod
  7. Anem
  8. Otomboro
  9. Iwuk Ukom
  10. Asa iwa.

41. Aditan soup

42. Atama soup

43. Edita iwa

44. Asa akpakpa

45. Ekpan

46. Abak Afang

47. Usung Ikpong

48.Fisherman Soup

49. Okra soup

50. Fufu/garri

These special dishes are mostly prepared during special occasions like traditional marriage, naming ceremonies, traditional festivals. They are special because, they involved extra cost, time and energy during preparation but you can equally make money from any of them depending on your locality.

You may require some training before you start making money with food and you may not make a lot of money at the start. However, it is important that you don’t give up., you don’t have to limit yourself to just one way of making money with food.

You can combine two or more ways and generate an income from a number of different sources. It is always important to be mindful of food safety when handling food. And also do your research on any regulations that may apply to your food business.

For recipes contact BusinessHAB.com.

Read also: easy food to sell at school


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