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The above are the minimum ingredients for making a Nigerian Salad. More ingredients such as boiled macaroni corned beef green bell pepper green peas etc can be added to the Nigerian Salad for varied flavour. The Nigerian Salad will be good for 24 hours if no salad dressing is added to it. If you are able to buy a baby cucumber it may not be necessary to remove the seeds. The best salad recipes are available for everyday and in almost every occasion. There are salad recipes if you want a light dinner to bring to potluck parties if you are on a diet to use as side dish for school lunch meal or for a holiday party such as Christmas Thanksgiving or Halloween. Various salad recipes are available in different types which make it easy for you to narrow your choices.
It is such a unique salad recipe that even if one ingredient is left out it loses its special taste. This is why Nigerians all over the world always seek this salad recipe in the quest to get the exact taste and richness of the Nigerian Salad. Foreigners who have been lucky to taste this salad also ask for the recipe right after tasting it. The Nigerian Salad is so filling that it can be eaten as a meal on its own or as a side dish to the various Nigerian Rice Recipes - the Jollof Rice the Nigerian Fried Rice the Nigerian Coconut Rice the Nigerian White Rice and Tomato Stew to name a few. It can also be eaten with the Nigerian Moi Moi. To make the Nigerian Salad with the unique salad taste you just need to follow the steps detailed below to the letter. The quantities of ingredients stated are what will give a typical taste of the Nigerian Salad. The ratio of the quantities can be halved or doubled and the same taste will be achieved. Ingredients: 1 medium bunch of Lettuce 5 medium-sized Carrots 4 small pieces of Irish Potatoes 2 medium pieces of Cucumber 3 medium Eggs 1 415 gram tin of Baked Beans in tomato sauce 200 grams of Sweet Corn 5 pieces of Plum Tomatoes Salad Dressing - The Heinz Salad Cream works best with this salad recipe.