Basmati jollof rice

Basmati Jollof Rice – Party Jollof Rice Edition

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 … 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 … Continue Reading—->

Bitter Leaf Soup – Ofe Onugbu

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 … Continue Reading—->

coconut yam porridge

Coconut Yam Porridge (Pottage)

Coconut Yam Porridge (Pottage) is simply a coconut milk infused Yam Pottage recipe. This recipe is very and easy and straightforward. If like me, you’re a fan of coconut, then this recipe is definitely for you. To achieve a more potent … Continue Reading—->

Goat meat and plantain pepper soup

Goat Meat And Plantain Pepper Soup

Goat meat and Plantain Pepper Soup is simply Nigerian style Pepper Soup dish made with Goat meat and unripe Plantain. The best time for me to prepare Pepper Soup is usually during Summer as I tend to struggle with Hay … Continue Reading—->

spicy frilled fish

Spicy Grilled Fish (Nigerian Style)

Spicy Grilled Fish was requested by a lovely Instagram follower last week. I’d always wanted to put up a recipe but never been so keen as I’m really not into fish, however this is my go-to Spicy Grilled Fish  recipe … Continue Reading—->

Designer stew 2

Sisi Jemimah’s Designer Stew

Designer Stew? You’re probably wondering what all that’s about…LOL. This recipe was actually a bit of a fluke. I decided to defrost my freezer at the weekend. While defrosting, I found some old assorted peppers which had now become soggy. … Continue Reading—->

Stovetop popcorn

Stovetop Popcorn in 5 Minutes

Stovetop Popcorn is pretty much Popcorn made on a Stove (Hob) as opposed to using a Popcorn machine or microwave. When making Stovetop Popcorn, it’s advisable to use a heavy base saucepan/pot (Stainless steel preferably)  to prevent accidents. Make sure the … Continue Reading—->

Spaghetti and meatballs

Spaghetti and Meatballs (Nigerian Style)

Spaghetti and Meatballs is an Italian – American dish which typically consists of Mincemeat, Tomato Sauce and Spaghetti. Spaghetti and Meatballs is absolutely delicious and very easy to whip up. Now, this recipe is not a typical Italian take, but … Continue Reading—->

Scotch eggs

Scotch Eggs

Scotch Eggs are one of my favourite Nigerian snacks ever. My absolute best are Nigerian Chicken Pies, followed quite closely by Nigerian Meat Pies. I do realise Scotch eggs did not originate from Nigeria but they are so popular in … Continue Reading—->

Tuwo Shinkafa and Miyan Wake

Tuwo Shinkafa and Miyan Wake are popular Northern Nigerian delicacies. Tuwo Shinkafa or Rice tuwo as it’s also known is a “Swallow” made from mashed cooked Rice or Rice Flour while Miyan Wake is simply Beans soup, similar to the … Continue Reading—->

Ekuru

Ekuru And Ata Dindin (Fried Stew)

Ekuru, also known as Ofuloju/white Moinmoin is a popular traditional Beans recipe, it is common among the people of Kwara and Ondo state of Nigeria. Ekuru is made from steamed blended dehulled beans, it is a tad bit similar to … Continue Reading—->

Oatmeal fufu

Oatmeal Fufu

Oatmeal Fufu is an increasingly popular dish made with wholegrain oats. Oatmeal Fufu is an healthier substitute for traditional Nigerian “swallows”. Before we go any further, I’ll briefly talk about the benefits of Oatmeal. Oatmeal is an appetite suppressor that … Continue Reading—->

Ogbono okra soup

Ogbono Okra Soup

Ogbono Okra soup is a popular Nigerian soup made with African Mango seeds (Ogbono). Ogbono Okra soup is simply Ogbono soup with Okra incorporated. I already have a recipe for Ogbono soup on the blog, Click HERE to view the … Continue Reading—->

Ojojo

Ojojo – Yam Fritters

Ojojo, also known as Yam Fritters is a traditional Nigerian snack or finger food made from grated Water Yam (Isu Ewura). Ojojo can be classed as a meal where/when it’s paired with Hot Pap, Garri or Oatmeal. It is incredibly … Continue Reading—->

Yam Porridge – Asaro Ati Ata Dindin

Yam Porridge/ Pottage also known as Asaro by the Yoruba People of Western Nigeria, is a Stewed Mashed Yam delicacy. Yam Porridge is made with White/Puna Yam. This method of preparing Yam Porridge is peculiar to the Yoruba tribe of … Continue Reading—->

Oven Baked Moimoi

Oven Baked Moimoi

Oven Baked Moimoi is simply Moimoi baked in an oven as opposed to hob steaming. Moimoi is also known as Steamed Bean Pudding. Moimoi is made with either brown beans, black eyed beans or lentils. Moimoi can be steamed in … Continue Reading—->

Ikokore

Ikokore -Water Yam Pottage

Ikokore, Yes!!! What a lovely recipe to kick-start the New Year with. Happy New Year, before I forget. Trust we all had a wonderful Christmas and new Year celebrations. Mine wasn’t as exciting, been down with a really bad cold … Continue Reading—->

Nigerian assorted peppered meats

Nigerian Assorted Peppered Meats – Party Style

Nigerian  Assorted Peppered Meats is a Nigerian party style peppered meats recipe. A party is never complete without Nigerian assorted Peppered Meats on the menu. Assorted Peppered meats are basically grilled or fried meats infused into spicy pepper sauce. For … Continue Reading—->

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