Rice and beans is a popular meal combination eaten in Nigeria; it is also popular in some part of West Africa too. I know of the Ghana waakye and the Hausa’s of the Northern part of Nigeria also have their own way of cooking it likewise. Rice and beans is a very tasty, hearty and easy meal to make.
Tag: Nigerian recipes
2015 has been a great year for me and I am eternally thankful to God and all of you my precious beautiful readers. I came across a post from Lindsay of pinch of yum some days back and that gave birth to this post. I have so many recipes on the blog but the truth is I rarely make most of them except on special occasions.
Hello my lovely foodies, how have you been and hope you are getting ready for Christmas? Well I am, and since the beginning of the month, everyday has had a little preparation towards Christmas. Today’s post is going to be a quick one and I mean very quick.
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
Hiya, I feel like I have been MIA. Well, I apologise as I have been caught up with the things of life, how are you all doing and how’s the week going so far? Today I will be sharing with you the easiest chicken wings recipe ever. This is just a 2 ingredient recipe and you wouldn’t believe how amazing it tastes.
I really don’t know where to begin, but hey I’ll start from how it all began. Like play like play, my active kitchen is one year old. Phew! All thanks and adoration to the king almighty for the grace that has brought me this far. The journey has not been easy and smooth as I hoped but His grace has kept me through.
We Nigerians don’t joke with our street foods at all. In fact they are like the things that keep us going and together. We love our foods and we forget all our sorrows and problems and just enjoy the moment. One of our favourite street snack is chin chin.
Happy Monday my lovies, hope you all had a wonderful weekend and how was Father’s day on your side? The highlight of the weekend for me was in church, the Sunday school topic was about the man being the head of the home and the most interesting part was when a question was asked about owning a joint account with your spouse.
If you think bread- making is a hard job, then think again. This is a fool proof method I found here. I tweaked the recipe a bit, I have made this twice now and I tell you nothing beats home made bread. The lovely aroma coming out of the kitchen oven would blow your mind away. This is the easiest method to make Nigerian styled Agege bread.