I can do all things cooking and baking, not in the case of this Nigerian egg roll. I couldn’t make it to save my own life until recently. As easy as this recipe is, I struggled with it a lot and I almost gave up because each time I tried making it has been a disaster. Honestly, it is one of the easiest street snack in Nigeria and it is not rocket science.
I Can’t believe we are in the 12th month already. Phew! Can someone smell the turkey? Well right now, all I smell is cinnamon wafting through my kitchen from this homemade cinnamon dinner roll (bread roll). Right from mixing the flour to proofing the dough, I just couldn’t wait to bake it.
I made some yummy mince and aubergine sauce recently and it was like a 2 in 1 recipe. The second recipe not detailed was a meal idea on how to use the left over mince sauce which can be used as a pie filling. Believe me it tasted amazing, well if I do say so myself. So I made some chicken pie recently and guess what
I was on the phone to my mum and our conversation soon turned to food. My sister cooked obe gbure elegusi some years back and it’s still the best gbure soup I have had till date. TBH, I have not been able to beat it. There is something about the soup that have never stopped me talking about it, the taste was out of this world, it was amazing.
I’m back with another chicken post, I’m very sorry my lovelies I am a sucker for chicken and I make it at least once a week besides my regular meals. I made some homemade suya spice the other day (Recipe coming soon) and I couldn’t believe how well it turned out. I was really proud of myself becoming a better spice-mixotologist..
I’m really excited about today’s post, it is Christmas soon and in some way, my Christmas menu is taking shape as planned. In a typical Nigerian home on Christmas day, the food on the menu is usually chicken or turkey, Jollof rice, fried rice and swallow with traditional soup depending on one’s geographical location.
This stew right here is a popular versatile dish in every Nigerian household. It is present at every party and if you have been to a boarding school before, this is the kind of stew that mamma will definitely package in a tin for you and it can last for quite some days. The meat is always deep fried or grilled and that also helps in keeping
Hello my beautiful people, how una dey? Hope una no vex say man face scarce? Sorry I have been super busy. I am going to be quick about today’s post, I’m going back to Delta state today, where I’ll be sharing the recipe my very good uhrobo sister/friend Karo gave me. If you see any Delta/Uhrobo recipe on this blog,
Ok, this recipe is an Oyinbo food but I can vouch for it to be on the menu in every household no matter where you come from. This yummy, stress-free food is called bean chilli and it is mostly eaten with rice, taco and all the likes. I was inspired to cook this hearty meal
I visited mummy AB shops (My local African shop) the other day and she had fresh fufu and the first thing that came to mind was edikaikong but unfortunately for me, she didn’t have fresh ugwu but I didn’t let it stop me from treating myself to some good old edikaikong and fresh fufu.