How to make really really great meat pie Crust!

meatpies!!! Yh we’ve all had that really hard crust meat pie, really unappetizing!!Well I’ve got a great recipe for softer dough that will make great tasting meat pies. So here we go. Recipe1/4 teaspoon of salt1/2 cup of salted butter (make sure it cold)1 1/4 cups of flour3-4 tablespoon of Ice water Now the key […]

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How to make Homemade Soy Milk

Most times when i make soy milk, i make it traditionally in my kitchen from scratch. Luckily for me, the soya bean seed is always readily available whenever i need it. It’s mostly used as a beverage which can be sweetened and served hot as tea for breakfast or cold. Please take note that soya […]

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How to make springroll and samosa pastry wrappers

Springroll wrap is a pastry used in making the popular springroll snack which is quite popular during parties, ceremonies,birthdays, meetings e.t.c. Contrary to stories you might have heard about making springroll pastry wraps, the pastry is one of the easiest to make. One of the biggest misconceptions about this is it cannot be prepared at home or it’s […]

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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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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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Hausa Masa Recipe (Rice puff puff)

Hausa masa is a very popular snack in the northern part of Nigeria. As early as 7am, the vendor always had hot balls of masa ready for hungry customers. As I watched from the side, I couldn’t help but marvel at her level of expertise. Masa reminds me of puff puff though the batter is made slightly watery unlikepuff […]

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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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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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