plantain

plantain salad recipe
healthy, plantain, salad

Plantain salad and Spicy Avocado Dressing

A lovely reader of mine left a comment on one of my posts sometime ago and she mentioned she’s vegan. I was really amazed and happy that the blog is for everyone and some of the recipes are easily adaptable to any dietary need. I made some plantain salad (bole salad) with spicy avocado dressing after I purchased “lean in Nigeria” ebook from

 
Breakfast, plantain

Plantain Moi Moi

Are you still letting the bin enjoy the goodness of your over ripe plantain? Well, I have got good news for you. As long as your plantain is not rotten, you can make yourself this lovely plantain pudding also known as epiti or ukpo ogede.  If you love eating moi moi (moin moin) then this is another lovely recipe for you to try out in your kitchen. 

 
lunch, plantain, Rice

Nigerian-Style meatballs with Rice

Hello my lovelies, it’s been some few days I posted on here and it feels like ages, anyway how are you and hope you all missed me? Lol.  Today’s recipe was dinner some few nights ago and I tell you it blew minds away (Well, If I do say so myself). I cooked an itallian dish in a very Nigerian way just the way my mama taught me. 

 
fried yam recipe
plantain, snacks, vegetarian, yam

dundun ati ata dindin (Fried yam and fried sauce)

Is it safe to call myself a food blogger or am I still getting there? One thing I noticed since I started food blogging is that I want everything to be perfect. I don’t want to plate like I’m serving in a cafeteria but like I’m being watched and my customers are paying a lot to see my food pictures as well as my recipes. I made this fried yam recently and it was almost perfect until I got a phone call from someone

 
nigerian soup, plantain

Plantain Fufu

Plantain is one of the good carbs you can eat and get away with. Not only is it a good source of energy and starch, it also aids bowel movement. It has lots of minerals and it is a good source of vitamins A, C, B6 etc. I learnt more about plantain fufu when I was on a year programme of the National Youth Service Corp in Kano