What to Expect at the Ijaw Cultural Fiesta 2024 Food Fair

Prepare your taste buds for an unforgettable journey into the heart of Ijaw cuisine at the upcoming Cultural Fiesta Food Fair on Tuesday, January 30, at Ishaka Hotel Open Field, Along Refinery Road, Effurun, Delta State. Here’s a sneak peek into the tantalizing delights awaiting you:

  1. KeKefiyai (KKF):

A pottage of chopped unripe plantain with fish, seafood, or game meat, cooked in palm oil and often accompanied by snails.

  1. Fisherman Soup:

A flavorful soup prepared with fresh fish and various seafood as its protein source.

  1. Bole:

Ijaw roasted plantain served with grilled fish and pepper sauce.

  1. Gbe:

The grub of the raffia palm tree, consumed raw, dried, fried in groundnut oil, or pickled in palm oil.

  1. Opurofulor

A nutritious and delicious soup containing fresh seafood and lobsters.

  1. Tortoise Peppersoup:

Peppersoup prepared with tortoise, often enjoyed with garri.

  1. Banga Rice:

Rice cooked with fresh banga (palm fruit) and shrimps.

  1. Coconut Rice:

Rice prepared with coconut and complemented with fresh shrimps.

Plus, We’ve Got You Covered:
Numerous food vendors have registered to ensure you receive the best culinary experience. With a diverse array of options, the Ijaw Cultural Fiesta 2024 Food Fair promises not only a celebration of heritage but also a feast curated by the finest food vendors. Get ready for an evening of flavors, heritage, and community. Your gastronomic adventure awaits!

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