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HOW TO COOK PEPPERED SNAIL | Nigerian Food Recipes

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The right way to cook dinner Nigerian Peppered Snail | Peppered Snail Recipe
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Nigerian peppered snail recipe is extremely sorted for by so many as Peppered snail is a very fashionable meals / small chop in Nigeria. Comply with the step-by-step process within the video and take a look at your arms on Nigerian peppered Snail immediately.

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Peppered Snail | Peppered Snail Recipe | Nigerian Peppered Snail
Peppered Snail | Peppered Snail Recipe | Nigerian Peppered Snail
Peppered Snail | Peppered Snail Recipe | Nigerian Peppered Snail
Peppered Snail | Peppered Snail Recipe | Nigerian Peppered Snail

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42 Comments

  1. I love the wah you talk my igbo brother. I'm proud of you, I wish igboland will develop so we can all go home.

  2. Nicely cooked by a guy..thumbs up…..you can step in down with a glass of orange, you can still do without an electric juicer just follow these steps…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFE4tsv2cMU&t=7s

  3. I love it. I don't usually eat snail except in Efo riro and Egusi soup. I need a tradition meal for Good Friday with my family and also after marriage. Peppered Snail with chips/ or porridge sounds just about great after Service. Not very fancy but it's okay

  4. It's looks so yummy and can't believe Nigerian guy cooked it's…damn that's awesome, will give you 10stars.

  5. I just prepared one but didn't use snail cos it's scarce here so I used wole and grab. it's was so delicious. thank dear. I just hit subscribe

  6. Hello,
    I live on Kauai and we have a lot of the invasive giant African Snails. This specie is called Achatina fulica. Is that the same specie you cook and eat? I would like to make a use of these snails by cooking them with your recipe. The only thing that is stopping me, is that these snails can carry a lethal parasite called “rat lung worm disease”(Angiostrongyliasis). Are you familiar with this? So I have not made my decision yet if it's worth it and I am not so sure how big the risk is

  7. thumbs up to you frank….buh can i say somthing?? while the fry pan was on the cooker,the two hot plates made it look like mickey mouse"s head…

  8. Not for the faint hearted but i can assure you its bloody delicious. If you can just get over the fact that they might be slimy you won't regret it i assure you.

  9. I've never had Nigerian food but this looks amazing I was in the middle of cooking my own creative version of snails i went on YouTube for some inspiration and this is awesome thank you so much I can't wait to try your recipe!!! Nice music too!!

  10. Thank you for making this channel available.  I have always been curious about Nigerian food.  I would love to try this.

  11. This looke great am sure it tasted nice too, well presented.
    If u don't mind me asking, do u sort of do it on request for ppl as well?

  12. my husband is a damn good cook and i have tasted nigerian dishes now but oh god i dont think i cud bring myself to try snails

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