Every (or should I majority) Nigerian household at weekend look forward to having beans based breakfast but many find peeling beans the traditional way daunting. Here is a quick video procedure on how to peel beans with a blender. This blender method works well with brown beans as well […]
Moimoi elewe is the authentic way of cooking moinmoin in Nigeria. Moimoi is popularly eaten as breakfast and mostly served with yellow or white pap or bread MoiMoi Elewe My mam makes the best moimoi elewe. The last time she visited, I made sure she made some moi moi for […]
My love for beans these days has been indescribable; I can afford to eat beans now as much as I eat rice. This recipe is what I call deluxe Nigerian stewed beans porridge, it is amazing and very easy to cook. nigerians tend to cook more of brown beans than black eyed beans when cooking jollof beans,
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.
I had always wanted to make a recipe for super bowl on the here but I never got round to doing it last year because I know how to procrastinate a lot (I am not proud of that tho) This year I said to myself you must do it and here I am presenting you with this super easy ewa agoyin dip for super bowl appetizer.
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’m covering my face as I type this; I have not made ofuloju in the last 4 years. In fact I needed to call my mum to ask for a quick refresher course on how to make ofuloju also called ekuru again. Ofuloju is a popular Yoruba delicacy and it is mostly eaten with eko (agidi) and it can be eaten on its own as snack.
Don’t say it yet, I know I’ve just recently blogged about ewa aganyin but I did promise the last time that I would update the recipe as soon as I lay my hands on one of the missing core ingredients. Anyway what’s not to like about ewa aganyin, I call it Nigerian shito (Ghana sauce). Also, allow me to brag about some of my friends, yes I have got some cool ones.
Have you ever been in a situation where you don’t try new meals because you just don’t understand them? I have never had burrito before until a friend made me one. I just didn’t really get it, why put rice, beans and some many other stuff in a wrap? To me, it’s just like having rice, beans and meat stuffed in bread
Moi moi also called moin moin is another popular food eaten in Nigeria. It is made by blending peeled bean, adding fillings of choice and then steaming it. Originally, moi moi is cooked in leaves but in the present day, there has been a lot of improvisation. Moi moi Leaf is hard to come by where I live, so most of the time I cook my moi moi in nylon, foil paper, plastic