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 […]
I’m really excited about today’s post, it is Christmas soon and in some way, my Christmas menu is taking shape as planned. In a typical Nigerian home on Christmas day, the food on the menu is usually chicken or turkey, Jollof rice, fried rice and swallow with traditional soup depending on one’s geographical location.
Ogbono (ogbolo/apon) soup is one of my go to soups when I’m running out of time and I need to cook something yet great. Ogbono, is another popular soup in Nigeria and it is cooked differently in every household and can be mixed with different vegetables too. For today’s recipe, I have made it as simple as I could and this method
Ramadan is around the corner and here is wishing all my Muslim friends the best and strength as they embark on the 30 days fasting. This easy stir fry sauce is for all my foodies who like to be in and out of the kitchen like a thunderbolt.
This is one of my quick posts as I like to call them but I end up writing an epistle. This is another one of my mother’s recipes, and we have this mostly at weekends for breakfast. It is very easy to make but can easily go wrong too. One of the DON’Ts of this recipe is never
Some few weeks ago, one of my instagram buddies posted catfish pepper soup and tagged me. Her picture got me drooling and craving. I told her I was going to make mine….. Anyway, long story short, I made catfish pepper soup that night under the pretence that it would help my cold at the time.
This is a quick follow up post on my Nigerian styled harissa paste. Like I mentioned in my previous post, harissa is your go to sauce for fish, meat, chicken and so many other things.
I made this fish in half an hour all thanks to the readymade condiments and some other few ingredients found in the pantry.
If you have not been using uziza to cook, you don’t know what you are missing. I recently started to add uziza leaves to some of the dishes I cook and it has lifted every dish I used it in. I made this tomato stew recently and yes I have to share it with you my fellow foodie. It is very easy to make
Hello lovies, hope you all had a good week? Here is a quick recipe for the weekend. If you are a lover of pasta and spaghetti, then this one is for you. You can even prepare your indomie noodles with this super easy recipe too. My friend (Imimi) always make this food while we were in school, she would cook her spaghetti jollof with tomato puree and chilli and I tell you it was the bomb.
As I got better, I craved for catfish pepper soup but was too weak to make one. I missed Nigeria at that point, trust point and kill joints, where all catfishes come in different shapes and sizes. My catfish is not much of a point and kill but frozen. To be honest, it is not bad at all in taste but just that you have to settle for the size you see.