Eja yoyo, eja Eko, this is your go to snack on a very hot afternoon. Hello again and I’m sorry I have been MIA for a while. I need to get my acts together really fast and get back to blogging again. I miss blogging tho but I have just […]
Breadcrumbs is an important ingredient one should have in the kitchen. I have had several interesting stories about breadcrumbs and one of it was when I asked Bae to get me some from the shop on his way back home from work. He called me from the shop and said everyone […]
Yam ball is another homemade snack loved by Nigerians and it is very popular in Ghana too. My mum taught me how to make this simple but delicious yam balls. Any time we have cooked yam leftovers, you can be assured that she’s going to make yam balls. I have […]
Puff-Buns why not? Nigerians love for puff puff and buns knows no bound, we don’t joke with it at all. I was at uncle slim’s house the other day and the boys couldn’t make up their mind if they wanted puff puff or buns. I went into the kitchen and […]
Alright, honestly this is the best and the easiest unripe plantain porridge you would ever make. It’s sooo good and you can make it under half an hour. Well this was made in about 20 minutes. When you are caught up with time and you still want to enjoy homemade […]
I’m sure you all know by now that I am addicted to chicken. Honestly this 7 spice chicken will change your mind about chicken forever. My daughter normally would not eat the skin on chicken as she gets grossed out by it. With this recipe, she ate the skin on […]
My mam makes the best moimoi elewe. The last time she visited, I made sure she made some moi moi for us. I already have moimoi/ moinmoin recipe on the blog, but it wouldn’t be nice if I don’t share my mum’s easy and delicious fluffy recipe with you all. I […]
Tomato-less buka stew recipe? Who would have thought a time would come and this recipe would be the most sort for. It is no news that tomato is now gold in Nigeria. The good news is, you don’t really need tomatoes to make yummy and delicious buka type of stew. […]
To say I have been MIA would be an understatement. hahaha I’m truly sorry for my absence here. I decided to take an unintentional break, I recently changed jobs and that have kept me on my toes for a while now. My kitchen has always been active despite my tight schedule and busy life. Who doesn’t like food hey?
My parents were around at mine from Nigeria and my kitchen was super busy. You know why? I promised to make different meals especially Nigerian soups everyday for a week. I made this egusi soup on day 2 and it was loved by all. I used 3 types of vegetable leaves and one of them is my favourite, uziza leaves.