Efo riro is a traditional yoruba dish that is served in many homes that are not necessarily from the Yoruba culture. Efo riro is sometimes served at parties, weddings and other gatherings in Nigeria. What makes efo-riro interesting for me is the ability to eat it as a stand alone meal if you are on a diet or eat it with other carbohydrate accompaniments. People eat efo-riro with white rice, boiled plantain, fried plantain(dodo), yam etc. Depending on the leaves you use for efo-riro, the meal is very high in essential nutrients. I have chosen to use spinach for my efo-riro as spinach is high in vitamin A, C, E and K. It is also a great source of Iron which is especially important for women to help re-build our red blood cells. Hope you enjoy the Afrolems version of Efo-riro as I have chosen to add different types of protein in mine. Remember this is entirely optional and dependent on how you want to recreate this dish. I have chosen to serve mine with Pounded Yam.