Boiled Corn and Coconut are one of those Nigerian street snacks we call ”a match made in heaven”. It is usually sold by street hawkers but you can easily prepare it in your kitchen.
All you need are:
* A whole coconut (mature)
* 3 fresh Corn on the cob or canned sweet corn
* 1 Teaspoonful Salt
* 1 Teaspoonful Sugar (optional)
*A knife/harmer for cracking the coconut
1. Peel off the green coat of the corn, scrape the kernels(seeds) and boil in salted boiling water until tender.
Take out the boiled seeds, pour into a sieve and set aside to cool.
You can also choose to boil the corn and scrape out the seeds when the corn is done.
If you’re using canned sweet corn, strain out the water and set aside. No need to boil it.
2. Using a harmer or knife, crack the coconut, let the coconut water drip into a cup (you can drink it, it’s quite refreshing).
Then pry out the coconut meat and grate, using this knife side of the grater.
3. Now, combine the grated coconut and boiled corn seeds together. Sprinkle some sugar and enjoy!
Tip: Adding the sugar is optional.
So tell me, what is your favorite Nigerian Street Snack. I love your comments ☺.
Thanks for the recipe
I love this snack ??
Youy’re welcome Lizs
it’s one of my favorite
Feeling all nostalgic with this recipe… it goes way back
this is so nice, remind me of lagosss
yes oo 🙂
this is better than junks we eat all in d name of snacks
Exactly dear 🙂
Nice one ma'am bless u
Bless you too sweetie 🙂
Boli and Groundnut are my favorite street snack
I love the combo jare. Boli and groundnut are another yummy match made in heaven 🙂
I have actually forgotten about this snack. If I can remember,the hawkers call it agbado.
Yes,agbado is corn in yoruba language 🙂
And coconut is akpon.. they are my favorite too .
yes it is 🙂
Coconut in yoruba is agbonAkpon is ogbono
Really, I stand corrected 🙂