Nigerian suya

Nigerian Suya Recipe – Beef Suya

Nigerian suya is a very popular Nigerian street food snack. It is simply skewered meats covered with a spicy peanut spice mix and roasted to perfection. Beef or Chicken can be used for Nigerian Suya. I already have a recipe … 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—->

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—->

nigerian doughnuts

Nigerian Doughnuts (Donuts)

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 … 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—->

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 – 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—->


Akara – Bean Fritters

Akara is a Nigerian street food made from deep fried bean batter.  Akara is  also known as Bean Cake or Bean Fritters, it is  also known as Acarajé by Brazilians  although the Brazilian recipe calls for the addition of shrimps … Continue Reading—->

Plantain chips

Plantain Chips – Igbekere

Plantain Chips, also known as Igbekere by the Yoruba tribe of Western Nigerian and Kpekere by the Igbo tribe of Eastern Nigeria, are easily the simplest plantain recipe to pull off. Whether crunchy, salty, spicy or sweet, they are very … 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. Puff puff is easy to prepare, as long as you get … Continue Reading—->

Yaji spice Beef Fajita

Yaji Spice Beef Fajitas

Yaji Spice Beef Fajitas – When Nigerian Suya meets Mexican Fajitas! This is simply a twist to the all too popular Mexican Steak Fajitas. It is a Yaji / Suya Spice infused Steak Fajitas recipe.

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—->

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—->

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