Crossover dinner night is a program designed for all food lovers. It holds every last Saturday of the month. crossover dinner night is tagged the taste of Africa with varieties of programs like singing, dancing and some African foods lined up for your pleasure. On this night we are preparing African foods ,it call yamzi, dodo fish and akakoko (welcome drink).
NOTE: Anyone that is allergic to any type of food should please inform us before the day of the event,because we don’t want any of guests to feel hungry.
YAMZI comprises of yam and stew. Yam is a source of energy, 100g provides 118 calories. Its crunchy edible tuber chiefly composed of complex carbohydrates and soluble dietary fiber. Yams are carbohydrate rich, staple tuber vegetables of West African origin.
Dodo fish comprises of fried plantain and Tilapia fish. Dodo is a Yoruba name for fried plantain, Plantains are staple food in the tropical regions of the world. Plantains provide more than 25 percent of carbohydrate requirements, an average plantain and is a good source of potassium and dietary fiber.
Akakoko is coined from two words “AKAKOKO”. Akara is a Yoruba word for beans cake and Koko is an word for pap. The major difference is that Koko is Maize is a cereal grain which is also referred to as corn. Maize is loaded with flavonoids (which , among other things, protect against lung and oral cancers), antioxidants (susc as B-caratones), and lutein. Together, these compounds help maintain healthy mucus membranes, skin, and vision. Maize also is an excellent source of vitamin A, thiamin, and vitamin B6.
Ananna/Pineapple soup comprise mushroom,Ananna,tomatoes, Onions and paprika is a simple type of soup where a basic roux is thinned with cream or milk and then mushrooms and/or mushroom broth are added. It is well known in North America as a common type of condensed canned soup
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