|Place of origin||Delta|
|Region or state||Delta|
|Created by||Urhobo People|
|Main ingredients||Palm nut fruit, salt, water, white rice, other seasonings, meat, fish|
Banga Rice is a traditional Nigerian food prepared with palm fruit like in palm nut soup. The dish originated from the Urhobo people of southern Nigeria. Banga is the juice extracted from palm nut fruit. It is called Banga rice after the juice extracted from the palm nut is cooked with parboiled white rice.
The Urhobo people  do not add special spices like; Taiko, Benetientien, and Rogoje to the Banga rice  when they prepare the dish like they do when preparing Banga Soup.