Oha (Ora) Soup – Ofe Oha


Oha Soup, popularly referred to as Ofe Oha by the Igbo people of Eastern Nigeria is an absolutely delicious traditional soup recipe. Oha soup isn’t exactly a go-to kind of soup because the main ingredient, Oha leaves, is a seasonal one. Traditionally, the leaves are shredded by hand and not with a knife or any … Continue Reading—->

Nigerian Egg Stew – Stewed Egg Sauce


Nigerian Egg Stew is a popular Nigerian Stewed eggs recipe. Egg stew is very easy to make and is a staple in most Nigerian homes. It is particularly eaten at breakfast and is enjoyed with boiled Yam, Bread, Potatoes or Plantain. This is one recipe I really should have posted way back as it’s pretty … Continue Reading—->

Nigerian Chicken Skewers – Chicken Suya Kebab

chicken suya

Chicken Suya is an extremely popular Nigerian Chicken recipe. Nigerian Chicken Suya is simply Yaji Spice infused grilled Chicken. Chicken Suya can be made with either boneless or boned Chicken. When making it with boneless chicken, it’s more ideal to use Chicken thigh rather than breast as the thigh is softer and more flavourful. I … Continue Reading—->

Singaporean Style Rice Noodles

Singaporean Rice Noodles

Singaporean Style Rice Noodles is one dish I absolutely love, love and love. One of the most popular dishes on any Chinese take-out menu is Singapore Noodles, or Singapore Mei Fun or sometimes spelt Singapore Mai Fun. My local Chinese takeaway don’t even bother asking for my main dish order as they know it’s always my … Continue Reading—->

Garlic Butter Shrimp Pasta

garlic butter shrimp

Garlic Butter Shrimp has got to be my second favourite Shrimp recipe. My all time favourite remains Thai Shrimp Curry, recipe HERE. What’s not to love though? It’s succulent large Shrimps infused in rich and lush Garlic and Butter goodness. You’re bound to be swooned by this amazingly delicious dish and that’s a promise.   … Continue Reading—->

Ginger Coconut Rice

Coconut rice

I love, love Coconut rice! Well, who doesn’t? I already have a recipe for Coconut fried rice on the blog, click HERE to view the recipe. This Ginger Coconut Rice is similar to my Nigerian Coconut Fried Rice with the main difference being the potent Ginger accent. You’ll need to incorporate loads of Ginger to … Continue Reading—->

Afang Soup Recipe…

Afang soup

Afang Soup recipe at long last… Yay!!! Afang Soup is one of the most popular traditional Nigerian soups. It is very nutritious, medicinal and native to the Efik people of Nigeria. This is one recipe I’ve wanted to post for months but I just couldn’t get my hands on fresh Periwinkles. Yes, I wanted it to … Continue Reading—->

Nigerian Chicken Stew With Roasted Peppers

Nigerian chicken stew

Nigerian Chicken Stew is a Nigerian Style Stewed Chicken recipe. It is a very popular fried Tomato/Pepper base stew recipe. I’ve always wanted to draw up a Nigerian Chicken Stew recipe but if you’ve noticed with my previous stews and soups recipes, I’m not big on chicken in the slightest but my mum insisted on … Continue Reading—->

Basmati Jollof Rice – Party Jollof Rice Edition

Basmati jollof rice

Basmati Jollof Rice is simply Nigerian style Jollof rice made with Basmati rice, as opposed to regular Long Grain Rice. I’ve had several requests for Basmati Jollof Rice recipe in the past and quite frankly, I hardly cook with Basmati rice. I had had so may misses with Basmati in the past, I swore off … Continue Reading—->

Egusi Soup with Okazi

Egusi soup with Okazi

Egusi Soup is an extremely popular Nigerian vegetable soup. Popular vegetable options for Egusi soup are Ugu (Pumpkin leaves), Spinach and Bitterleaf, Soko and Okazi. I usually use either Ugu or Bitterleaf for my Egusi soups but I had the joy of getting my hands on fresh Okazi leaves at the weekend and thought to … Continue Reading—->

Homemade Pizza – Chicken, Bacon and Mushroom

Homemade pizza

Homemade Pizza has got to be everybody’s favourite homemade comfort food. No? Well, it’s mine…hehehe. I love playing around with Homemade Pizza and I particularly love it cos there are no hard and fast rules when it comes to toppings. Everything goes! This recipe is for 16 inch Pizza. You may wish to divide the dough … Continue Reading—->

Nigerian Chinchin (Chin-chin)

Nigerian Chinchin

Nigerian Chinchin is a popular Nigerian deep fried dough snack. Chinchin can also be baked though the baked version isn’t as popular as the fried version. Chinchin can be prepared hard, soft or in between. I like mine soft with just a bit of crunch. This recipe is for the “in-between” version; not too hard or … Continue Reading—->

Nigerian Doughnuts (Donuts)

nigerian doughnuts

Nigerian Doughnuts are simply Nigerian style Doughnuts. For me, nothing beats home-made Doughnuts, they are simply delicious and rewarding, well, for the hard work and effort put into them. This recipe is pretty simple and all you need is just one trial and you’ll never have to refer back to the Blog on your next … Continue Reading—->

Bitter Leaf Soup – Ofe Onugbu

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Bitter Leaf Soup, also known as Ofe Onugbu is a popular Nigerian soup. Bitter leaf Soup is peculiar to the Igbo tribe of Eastern Nigeria. A lot of non-Igbos shy away from bitter leaf soup (Well,  I did for the longest time) because they think that, true to it’s name, it is a very bitter … Continue Reading—->

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