Efo igbo, efo tete efo yanrin, ego shoko etc. In the south, it is known as Akara while in the North it is called Kosai. Among its many names are: quail-grass, Lagos spinach and sokoyokoto in southwestern Nigeria, perhaps to reflect its royal status among the Yoruba who use it as the chief ingredient in their popular efo riro dish. Spinach (Efo Tete) Efo Tete is the English name for Spinach. ... Pls what is stinging beetle in Hausa and Igbo Also what is red clover called in Hausa and igbo. 6. An example of these come from the amaranth family and the plants are often mistaken as weeds. African Spinach African spinach is botanically called Amaranthus hybridus. Lagos spinach (Shokoyokoto) Lagos spinach is a perennial herb with a slightly bitter taste. Reply. The main ingredient is an indigenous leaf vegetable, traditionally either amaranth (known by many local names including callaloo, but not African spinach (green) is Efo Tete not just Efo.Efo is the general yoruba name for all leaft veg. Re: What Is KALE Leaf Called In Nigeria Local Market And Dialect? 5. For instance, it can be used to treat symptoms of pile, diarrhea and dysentary. Callaloo (sometimes callalloo, calalloo, calaloo or kallaloo) is a popular Caribbean vegetable dish. Image of Lagos spinach plant (soko). The herb has several herb benefits. List Of Nigeria Yoruba Foods. There are many variants across the Caribbean, depending on the availability of local vegetables. It is a perennial herb that used as a common ingredient in preparing many delicacies. Photo credit: Kunle Olopa . African spinach is called a functional food due to its numerous nutritional, antioxidants properties. Soko is very popular in Nigeria and different parts of Africa. ... popularly known as Ata gun gun in Yoruba language is a popular herb not only among the Yorubas but other cultures in Nigeria and the world at large. Tropical almonds are popularly called "fruit" in Nigeria, West Africa; it contains certain minerals which are very important to human health because they serve as cofactors for many metabolic processes in the body. It can be used to cook delicious soup by adding ground melon and some condiments to it. Akara is fried been cakes. Unknown 27 October 2018 at 20:25. by SmokinHotBabe(f): 4:20pm On Oct 09, 2015 Been looking for it too as substitute for spinach.havent seen it anywhere Re: What Is KALE Leaf Called In Nigeria Local Market And Dialect? By Media Nigeria on November 10, 2018 2 Comments Share on Facebook Follow on Facebook Add to Google+ Connect on Linked in Subscribe by Email Print This Post Amunututu – yoruba – vegetable – nigerian – list – water – slimy – green – traditional – list – soup – spinach The “Lagos Spinach” is a very popular vegetable in Lagos Metropolitan area markets. Spinach, Spinacia oleracea, is a leafy herbaceous annual plant in the family Amaranthaceae grown for its leaves which are used as a vegetable.The spinach plant has simple leaves which stem from the center of the plant and measure about 2–30 cm (0.8–12.0 in) long and 1 to 15 cm (0.4–6.0 in) across. These may be referred to as "African spinach" in some countries. Replies. by hisMrs ( f ): 12:35am On Oct 12 , 2017 They are known as mchicha in Tanzania, mowa in Zimbabwe, umfino in South Africa, bonongwe in Zambia and Malawi, efo tete in Nigeria… Its popularity in Nigeria is quite obvious as many Nigerians opt for it for their breakfast. Efo Shoko: English Name: Lagos Spinach Local Name: Shokoyokoto (Yoruba) Botanically: Celosia argentea, Family Amaranthaceae. efo – soko – vegetbale – nigerian – leafy – greens – smoothie – yoruba – traditional. Green vegetables like water leaves or pumpkin leaves are used in preparing the stew, spinach, can also be added to the ingredients. Akara/Kosai. Reply Delete. Spinach is an annual plant (rarely biennial) growing as tall as 30 cm (1 ft).Spinach may overwinter in temperate regions.The leaves are alternate, simple, ovate to triangular, and very variable in size: 2–30 cm (1–12 in) long and 1–15 cm (0.4–5.9 in) broad, with larger leaves at the base of the plant and small leaves higher on the flowering stem.