meat pie

Nigerian Meat Pie With Pork Mince and Bacon

Meat pie is one Nigerian snack I love, love, love! I’m forever experimenting with fillings. So far, I’ve posted Beef mince filled pies and shredded chicken filled pie recipes. Had an unusual order for Pork meat filled meat pies at … Continue Reading—->

asun recipe

Asun Recipe- Spicy Peppered Goat Meat

So, I spent Boxing Day with my lovely friend, Anu. She had called to inform me she would be making Asun and I was sooooo game! Anu makes the best Asun, no jokes. Thankfully, I had my camera with me, … Continue Reading—->

Assorted Meat pepper soup

Nigerian Pepper Soup- Assorted Meat Pepper Soup

Assorted Meat Pepper Soup is a popular Nigerian soup recipe. It is prepared with a wide variety of meats but typically cow or goat parts. Assorted Meat Pepper soup is popularly served at bars, restaurants and parties and quite frankly, … Continue Reading—->

chicken suya

Nigerian Chicken Skewers – Chicken Suya Kebab

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 … Continue Reading—->

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—->

Nigerian Chinchin

Nigerian Chinchin (Chin-chin)

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 … 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—->

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—->

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—->

puff puff

Puff Puff Recipe….

Puff puff is a Nigerian deep fried dough snack. Puff puff is very similar to Ghanaian Bofrot but unlike the dry and crunchy Bofrot, Puffpuff is soft and spongy. Food Advertising by Puff puff is easy to prepare, as long … 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—->

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—->

Peppered Chicken…..Nigerian Party Style!

Peppered Chicken are basically fried or grilled chicken fried in very rich tomato stew. Peppered Chicken are favourites at Nigerian parties and are absolutely delicious.  They are very easy to make and ideal for entertaining guests these summer months. So, if you’ve got barbecues or house parties on your mind this summer, your might want to add these finger-licking goodness to the menu, maximum satisfaction guaranteed!

This peppered chicken recipe works just fine with fried/grilled meats, snails and fish as well; throw in some king prawns for double the yum, although I do have a recipe for Peppered Assorted Meats, click HERE to view the recipe.

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GizDodo….Peppered Gizzard and Dodo!

Gizdodo! The awesome fusion of Gizdodo! Chicken Gizzard, Fried Plantain and Spicy Tomato Stew, what’s not to love?

Gizdodo is an increasingly popular dish in Nigerian homes and parties. It is usually served with rice dishes but it also makes a perfect  “small chops” snack or starter at Nigerian parties. I tasted Gizdodo for the first time at a baby shower in 2013 and I was swooned, who wouldn’t be? It’s a marriage between one of the yummiest parts of chicken and the much loved fried plantain, double yum!

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