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.
This stew right here is a popular versatile dish in every Nigerian household. It is present at every party and if you have been to a boarding school before, this is the kind of stew that mamma will definitely package in a tin for you and it can last for quite some days. The meat is always deep fried or grilled and that also helps in keeping
Hello my beautiful people, how una dey? Hope una no vex say man face scarce? Sorry I have been super busy. I am going to be quick about today’s post, I’m going back to Delta state today, where I’ll be sharing the recipe my very good uhrobo sister/friend Karo gave me. If you see any Delta/Uhrobo recipe on this blog,
Ok, this recipe is an Oyinbo food but I can vouch for it to be on the menu in every household no matter where you come from. This yummy, stress-free food is called bean chilli and it is mostly eaten with rice, taco and all the likes. I was inspired to cook this hearty meal
I visited mummy AB shops (My local African shop) the other day and she had fresh fufu and the first thing that came to mind was edikaikong but unfortunately for me, she didn’t have fresh ugwu but I didn’t let it stop me from treating myself to some good old edikaikong and fresh fufu.
I’m covering my face as I type this; I have not made ofuloju in the last 4 years. In fact I needed to call my mum to ask for a quick refresher course on how to make ofuloju also called ekuru again. Ofuloju is a popular Yoruba delicacy and it is mostly eaten with eko (agidi) and it can be eaten on its own as snack.
I seriously can’t believe it took me almost twenty something years before I made my own tuwo shinkafa or rice tuwo/balls as fondly called. I have recently turned a nuisance but in a good way. Lol, if I’m meeting someone for the first time, ten minutes into our conversation I’m already talking about food or asking food related questions.
My cookie journey started when I baked my first ever Millies cookies using this recipe I found here, I have since then not looked back. Though, I seldom bake cookies just for one simple reason, I don’t want to be addicted to them. They are very addictive! I bake them to remind myself that I still have my A- game on in baking.
Hiya, I feel like I have been MIA. Well, I apologise as I have been caught up with the things of life, how are you all doing and how’s the week going so far? Today I will be sharing with you the easiest chicken wings recipe ever. This is just a 2 ingredient recipe and you wouldn’t believe how amazing it tastes.
So I have been trying new foods lately, trying out new recipes and one of my latest new found love for breakfast choice is overnight oats (recipe coming soon, if you want it). I love the overnight oat because I don’t have to do any cooking, yes I can be that lazy and not want to cook. I also fell in love with my egg in toast cups