Good Ol Pap!

Pap Looking Fly!! I present PAP to you. Common in many african countries. Grew up eating this in my grandma’s village for breakfast. I made this with fermented corn. Can be sweetened. Can also be made from millet. Also known as #ogi #mieliepap. Can we share a secret with you?! Well, we used a shortcut. No we […]

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Tabouli

adapted from The New Moosewood Cookbook by Mollie Katzen The name for this bulgur wheat and parsley salad, tabouli, translates as “little seasoning,” and is derived from the Arabic word tabil. Ingredients: 1 cup bulgur wheat1 1/2 cups boiling water1 teaspoon salt1/2 teaspoon pepperjuice of 1 lemon1/4 cup olive oil4 cloves garlic, minced4 scallions, chopped1 cup chopped parsley, packed1/4 […]

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Nigerian Egg roll

So i woke up this morning to find out we had run out of bread (The usual Saturday breakfast). The bakery close to where i stay don’t open shop early and where the bread vendors sell their wares is a long walk from home. To get breakfast ready and on time, i had to make […]

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How to make Nigerian spring rolls

Spring roll is a light, Simple yet elegant snack which could be placed in the Nigerian Small chops Category. For the filling, you could use just about anything such as vegetables, chicken, beef, noodles e.t.c. If you are making vegetable spring rolls, you could lightly steam the vegetables to be filled into the pastry. For […]

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Kunun Zaki (Millet drink Recipe)

Kunu drink is a popular drink made from whole grains of millet and sometimes sorghum or corn. Its quite popular in most parts of Nigeria especially the northern part where it originates. It’s got a spicy, nutty flavor and it’s packed with nourishing vitamins and minerals. It’s also rich in protein and high in fiber. Preparation of […]

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