|Alternative names||Ewa Aganyin|
|Course||Side Dish, Snack|
|Place of origin||Nigeria|
|Main ingredients||Black Eyed Beans, Bell Pepper, Black/Cameroon Pepper, Onion|
Ewa Agoyin (also spelled Ewa Aganyin) is a street food commonly eaten in Lagos and other southern states of Nigeria. The beans are made to be extremely soft or mashed. It is commonly eaten with barely ground pepper and tomato sauce which is very spicy, but peppery. It has a local name of 'Ewa G'. Additional ingredients can include palm oil, onion and crayfish.
It is commonly eaten with bread, which makes it very satisfying. A common slang phrases is "ewa G go block belle", meaning ewa aganyin will fill your stomach. It is a popular food for Nigerians as it is both delicious and very filling.
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