(NigerianFoodTV) Akara is a deep fried Nigerian Snack and breakfast meal made with ground de-hulled (peeled) brown or black-eyed beans and spices.

It is a very popular snack that can be eaten anytime of the day. Although Akara is popular as a breakfast meal, it can also be eaten as a snack or taken with Pap (ogi), custard or Agidi (eko) as a light dinner
The Making of Akara
Akara is also known as Acarajé, Fried Bean Cakes, Koose or Fried Bean Balls.

There are several varieties, but the Nigerian Akara is usually made with peeled blended beans and spices and then deep fried in vegetable oil. Palm oil can also be used for deep frying Nigerian Akara.