I visited my friend a while ago she served me chicken and chips, the chips was the best I’ve ever had. Honestly, it was just chips but the taste was heavenly and I even had second round. If I tell you the secret to those heavenly chips was just onions. Frozen chips fried with onions and that took it from the normal chips to gourmet for me.
My love for smoked turkey now has got no bounds, if I tell you I hated smoked turkey when I first had it, would you believe it? I hated it so much that I stopped buying and cooking it. I recently started cooking smoked turkey again after I used the recipe below and I also add it to soups like egusi and efo-riro.
I have been very naughty lately, if you have been reading this blog for some time now, you would notice I have been trying to eat healthy but I fell off the wagon when I made this irresistible apple hand pie.
My love for beans these days has been indescribable; I can afford to eat beans now as much as I eat rice. This recipe is what I call deluxe Nigerian stewed beans porridge, it is amazing and very easy to cook. nigerians tend to cook more of brown beans than black eyed beans when cooking jollof beans,
Samosa is a popular snack which originated from India but over time, it has evolved and has now been adopted and adapted all over the world. Nigeria being one of the countries that love samosa, never joke with it especially at parties. Every Nigerian party must feature samosa on their menu
It’s no news that I love anything chicken; roasted, baked, fried or boiled, bring it and I will be all over it. This finger licking chicken wing will give your Chinese takeaway a good run for their money. Honestly, I’m not blowing my own trumpet but it’s that good. This chicken is a crowd pleaser and it will be gone in minutes
The midterm break was some few days ago back here and my little madam, HRH requested pizza for brunch. Before you know it I was in the kitchen with her like some sort of a superwoman kneading away, well with help from the madam herself. She couldn’t be much happier when I mentioned cheese and tomatoes
Yaay… Guess who finally cooked oil free okra? Yes, me and I didn’t use salt too… I seriously can’t believe it took me this long to make this guilt free, yummy and healthy Nigerian soup. I have always known I could make it but the oil eating habit in me shelved the idea. Thanks to healthy eating, I now find it possible and also easy to make too
My first experience of afia efere (white soup) was at my uncles wedding some few years ago and boy did I enjoy it? I loved every bit of it. Everyone wanted to have a taste of the afia efere also called whte soup at the engagement party, it was a hit. I asked my sister in-law for the recipe and she was really happy to share it with me.
Rice and beans is a popular meal combination eaten in Nigeria; it is also popular in some part of West Africa too. I know of the Ghana waakye and the Hausa’s of the Northern part of Nigeria also have their own way of cooking it likewise. Rice and beans is a very tasty, hearty and easy meal to make.