Beautiful Trout

Really Yum!! This will easily impress your guests. Get the trout cleaned out when you buy it to avoid the hassle of that. We used a mix of spices that included fresh thyme, salt and cameroonian pepper for a kick. If y’all would like a recipe on how I made this, let me know. […]

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Tahini Sauce

The English word tahini comes from the Arabic ṭaḥīnīa, and is derived from the verb “to grind.” This extremely popular sauce is used in most North African sandwiches. Ingredients: 1/2 cup tahini1/2 cup low fat yogurt or waterjuice of 1 lemon2 garlic cloves, choppedsalt to tastepinch hot paprika or cayenne Preparation: Combine all the ingredients in […]

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Fried Croacker

 IngredientsCroackerSaltPepperany other spices you chose to add Instructions:Rub your spices on the body of the fish.Wait till the oil is very hot.Then add the fish to the oilLet the each side fry for about 20 minsThen you’re done. Enjoy   […]

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How to create fried yam

 These cubes of yummy soft filled deliciousness are pretty easy to make. I feel I should make a quick side note: these are not sweet potatoes these are actually tubers of yam. All you need to do is peel-wash-cut-fry and voila its ready to eat. Tuber of yam     cut yam into smaller pieces […]

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Egusi soup recipe with Bitter leaf

Egusi soup (Melon Soup) is Unarguably the most popular Nigerian soup everyone loves. It’s quite versatile too as it’s prepared by every single tribe in Nigeria though the methods of preparation might differ slightly. No matter how it is prepared, the end result still remains the same good old tasty soup. In the north it’s […]

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Nigerian Suya + Suya Spice Recipe

Nigerian Beef Suya is a popular street delicacy enjoyed by everyone. To describe it in layman’s terms, it is simply barbecued skewered meat prepared with a special spice known as suya spice. Originally from the Northern part of Nigeria, “Suya” has now been adopted as a main staple across Nigeria. The secret to this popular […]

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Ugba Sauce (Ukpaka sauce)

I’m a food blogger and a professional dreamer, sometimes an artist but mostly a scientist. When the mood is right i get inspired to prepare a not too regular but traditional meal and whenever this happens, it tends to lift the spirits of those around which makes me glad every single time. Today i’d be […]

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Ofada rice stew – Ayamashe sauce recipe

Ayamase also known as designer stew is a tasty stew served alongside ofada rice. It’s quite similar to the normal ofada sauce “Obe ata iru” except for some slight changes with the peppers used. It’s a delicacy which is quite popular in the western part of Nigeria especially amongst the Yorubas. It also used to be […]

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Unripe plantain porridge recipe

How to make Unripe plantain porridge Prep Time: 20 mins Cook time: 45 mins Serves:       2 Ingredients::: • 3 Green unripe plantains • 1 red onion • 1 tbsp. Chili/ Cameroon Pepper, Ground or 2 fresh Scotch Bonnets (Ata rodo), Ground • A handful scent leaves • 2 Medium sized smoked fish/ Fresh fish • 1 Cooking […]

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Ofe akwu (Palm nut soup)

I learnt how to prepare ofe akwu from one of my closest and dearest friends. As a typical Igbo family with core traditional values, it wasn’t unusual to hear the thumping sounds of mortar and pestle pounding away the flesh of the Akwu every Sunday afternoon in her family house. During my uni days whenever […]

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