The Northern Nigerian Rice Cakes, also known as Massa, are a popular street food in Nigeria, particularly in the northern regions. Massa is made from a batter of rice flour, water, and yeast, which is left to ferment overnight.

The batter is then poured onto a griddle or skillet and cooked until it forms a spongy cake. The cakes are typically served with a spicy sauce made from groundnut (peanut) and chili pepper, and can also be eaten with stew or soup.

Massa is a common breakfast food in Nigeria, and is often sold by roadside vendors or in food markets. It is a cheap and filling option, and is popular with both locals and visitors to the country.

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