Are you already getting the Christmas jitters? Are you worried you won’t get the food done on time or that you probably won’t be able to do it all on your own. Well, that is why I’ve got your back! With my active kitchen, you are all covered.
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.
Hello my lovely foodies, how have you been and hope you are getting ready for Christmas? Well I am, and since the beginning of the month, everyday has had a little preparation towards Christmas. Today’s post is going to be a quick one and I mean very quick.
If you have been following my blog for a while now, you would know I love everything plantain. My only beef about plantain is just that I don’t have the patience to fry it; but why does it have to taste so good when fried? I just love plantain and I’m yet to come across a Nigerian that hates plantain.
These babies right here are very addictive and healthy when eaten in moderation. I was feeling peckish the other day and I didn’t want to open a packet of crisps because I have now decided to start watching my height again. hahaha.
I can do all things cooking and baking, not in the case of this Nigerian egg roll. I couldn’t make it to save my own life until recently. As easy as this recipe is, I struggled with it a lot and I almost gave up because each time I tried making it has been a disaster. Honestly, it is one of the easiest street snack in Nigeria and it is not rocket science.
I Can’t believe we are in the 12th month already. Phew! Can someone smell the turkey? Well right now, all I smell is cinnamon wafting through my kitchen from this homemade cinnamon dinner roll (bread roll). Right from mixing the flour to proofing the dough, I just couldn’t wait to bake it.
I made some yummy mince and aubergine sauce recently and it was like a 2 in 1 recipe. The second recipe not detailed was a meal idea on how to use the left over mince sauce which can be used as a pie filling. Believe me it tasted amazing, well if I do say so myself. So I made some chicken pie recently and guess what
I was on the phone to my mum and our conversation soon turned to food. My sister cooked obe gbure elegusi some years back and it’s still the best gbure soup I have had till date. TBH, I have not been able to beat it. There is something about the soup that have never stopped me talking about it, the taste was out of this world, it was amazing.
I’m back with another chicken post, I’m very sorry my lovelies I am a sucker for chicken and I make it at least once a week besides my regular meals. I made some homemade suya spice the other day (Recipe coming soon) and I couldn’t believe how well it turned out. I was really proud of myself becoming a better spice-mixotologist..