Ewedu soup

Ewedu Soup Recipe

Ewedu soup will forever remain one of the most popular Nigerian soups, particularly amongst the Yoruba ethnic group. Ewedu leaves are also known as Jute or Molokhia leaves.  Ewedu is highly nutritious and has been proven to aid weight loss. … Continue Reading—->

seafood okra

Stewed Seafood Okra Recipe

Stewed Seafood Okra recipe is basically a Nigerian Okra soup dish. It is a fusion of Okra, Seafood and spicy pepper sauce. I was feeling under the weather all through last week and for some reason, I was craving Seafood, think … Continue Reading—->

Egusi soup

Egusi Soup – Efo Elegusi

Egusi Soup – Efo Elegusi  is an extremely popular Nigerian vegetable soup. The most popular vegetable options for Efo Elegusi are Ugu (Pumpkin leaves), Spinach and Bitterleaf. I prefer a mix of Ugu and Efinrin leaves. I choose to add … Continue Reading—->

crispy fried chicken

Crispy Fried chicken

Crispy fried chicken, what’s not to love? This is my go-to crispy fried chicken recipe, it’s easy and guarantees a satisfactory result each time. For this recipe, you’ll need regular SOFT chicken, hard chicken may not cook to perfection especially, … Continue Reading—->

Nigerian chicken pie

Nigerian Chicken Pie Recipe

Nigerian Chicken pie! I’m sure you’re wondering why I’ve got a Chicken Pie recipe up barely two weeks after putting up a Nigerian meat pie recipe. Well, I had a massive craving for Chicken Pies this weekend and thought to make … Continue Reading—->

yam pottage

Asaro – Yam Pottage Recipe

Asaro – Yam Pottage needs no major introduction. It is a very popular Nigerian mashed Yam and Tomato stew infused dish. You can either prepare your Asaro – Yam pottage very mushy or you can have it part mushy, I prefer … Continue Reading—->

garden egg stew

Garden Egg Stew Recipe

Garden Egg Stew is a yummy Nigerian stew made with fresh garden eggs. I first tasted this stew at my neighbours’ back then in Nigeria, I must have been in secondary school then. They had had with boiled yam and … Continue Reading—->

Yamarita

Yamarita

Yamarita, also known as “Dundun Oniyeri” was one of my best meals from TFC (Tastee Fried Chicken) back then in Nigeria. Made from flour coated boiled Yam, this meal was an absolute delight! Came across the recipe a while back … Continue Reading—->

Edikang Ikong

Edikang Ikong Soup Recipe

Edikang Ikong soup has got to be my favourite Efik delicacy. I’d always wanted to share this recipe but I had a very hard time getting fresh water leaves. I had to settle for frozen in the end. I also couldn’t … Continue Reading—->

Ewa Agoyin

Ewa Agoyin And Agoyin Sauce Recipe

Ewa Agoyin….Nostalgia mode activated. Growing up, the combination of Ewa Agoyin and the Ewa Agoyin sauce served with it had to be the best thing that ever happened to my beans diet. I never cared for beans in the slightest … Continue Reading—->

Nigerian meat pie

Nigerian Meat Pie Recipe

Nigerian Meat Pie is my go-to Nigerian pastry. I always make sure I’ve got them stored away in my freezer so I can easily reach for them whenever I begin to crave junk food. Nigerian meat pie is quite easy … Continue Reading—->

Ayamase

Ayamase – Ofada Stew

Ayamase is an increasingly popular Nigeria stew. It’s such a hit at parties and gatherings, you’ll be swooned at the first try. Ayamase is very easy to prepare, even you would be shocked to discover just how easy it is. … Continue Reading—->

Fried yam Dundun and ATa Dindin

Fried Yam (Dundun) and Ata Dindin

Fried Yam (Dundun) and Ata Dindin is a very popular Nigerian street food combo. Fried Yam (Dundun) is just as the name depicts, Fried Yam, while Ata dindin is the Yoruba language interpretation of Fried Stew. Fried Yam is absolutely … Continue Reading—->

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