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
I had always wanted to make a recipe for super bowl on the here but I never got round to doing it last year because I know how to procrastinate a lot (I am not proud of that tho) This year I said to myself you must do it and here I am presenting you with this super easy ewa agoyin dip for super bowl appetizer.
Hello foodie fam, I feel like I have been MIA a lot. I’m so sorry for the inconsistency, your girl had to do some other things and that’s life hey. Today’s post is one of my Jamie Oliver’s kitchen speed cooking. You know by now as much as I love cooking, I don’t want to spend the entire day in the kitchen. Suya spice is now a staple in every Nigerian kitchen
Asun is peppered smoked goat meat (skin on) that is usually served at barbeque party and it is fast becoming a popular street food in Nigeria too. Asun originated from Ondo state of Nigeria but it is now readily available everywhere in Nigeria. What is not to love about asun.
If you are looking to enjoy your regular breakfast-favourite with a guilt free mind, then you are reading the right post. You really don’t have to eat boring meals when making a lifestyle change food wise. All you need do is some few smart swaps and you will be eating yourself healthy before know you it. This oatmeal pancake is very easy to make and full of fibre too.
Did someone say cheese, yeah cheese and plenty of it? Lol, so I have been converted to a cheese addict since my daughter started nursery. She wouldn’t eat any meal from school if it doesn’t have cheese in it. So I stepped up my game too, and now make her food more fun other than what she would usually get from school.
I love yam porridge or yam pottage as it’s called in Nigeria but you all know that I don’t cook it all the time as I leave that for hubby to do. He does it better in my opinion and he’s never had a bad day with it before. This time, I did try to cook it myself with a twist and minimal ingredients and it turned out amazingly well. I must confess my love and attachment to coconut milk now.
2015 has been a great year for me and I am eternally thankful to God and all of you my precious beautiful readers. I came across a post from Lindsay of pinch of yum some days back and that gave birth to this post. I have so many recipes on the blog but the truth is I rarely make most of them except on special occasions.
I know I say this lot of times that I get excited each time I create a special recipe. Really this time, I am super excited to share this amazing sweet nibble with you all. I call it garri truffle, yeah you heard right… Truffle made with garri. If you grew up enjoying garri cake then you would understand this garri truffle.
What other time of the year it is to share this lovely recipe but now. For some years now, I kind of make it a duty to make my own chutney or jam around Christmas time. Last year was epic, as I made sure every food on my Christmas menu was home-made including the drinks. I was so proud of myself and I kinda felt like a superwoman.