I recently made a post on how to peel soaked beans by using a blender. I made some akara and even preserved some left over peeled beans for later in the freezer. Akara is a very popular meal and street food in Nigeria. In fact akara is readily available almost everywhere you turn to, it is also served on special occasions too.
I have heard about how you can peel beans using a blender or food processor, I never really paid any attention to it as I am very comfortable using my hands to peel. I made akara recently and I thought now would be a good time to try it. I tell you, I had my doubts and I kept saying to myself, if it doesn’t turn out right, I would just use it like that.
If you think bread- making is a hard job, then think again. This is a fool proof method I found here. I tweaked the recipe a bit, I have made this twice now and I tell you nothing beats home made bread. The lovely aroma coming out of the kitchen oven would blow your mind away. This is the easiest method to make Nigerian styled Agege bread.
This food is one of the breakfast staples in Nigeria or should I say weekend breakfast. Last Saturday, babe made breakfast and I thought I would share with you my bae’s egg sauce.
Pancake is one of the easiest things anyone can whisk up in the kitchen. It is not rocket science but I have met three people in my life that make the best pancake/ crepes ever… my Momma, Ronke and Peter. Permit me to say I grew up learning from the best.