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Breakfast Recipes

Looking for easy breakfast ideas, here you will find perfect breakfast recipes to help give your morning a great start. The recipes in these categories are quick and easy to make and you have a lot to choose from. Also, if what you are looking for is Nigerian breakfast ideas, you are in the right place, These are some of my favourites from yam and egg sauce to Zucchini frittata to spinach smoothie. You have no excuse to skip breakfast again

burrito.
Beans Recipes, Breakfast Recipes

Burrito…bring Mexico to your table

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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

 
how to cook nigerian egg stew
Breakfast Recipes

Egg Stew Recipe

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This is one of my quick posts as I like to call them but I end up writing an epistle. This is another one of my mother’s recipes, and we have this mostly at weekends for breakfast. It is very easy to make but can easily go wrong too. One of the DON’Ts of this recipe is never

 
Nigerian Moin Moin (moi moi) served with akamu and evaporated milk
Beans Recipes, Breakfast Recipes

Moi Moi (Moin Moin)

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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

 
semolina pancake
Breakfast Recipes

Semolina Pancake and Caramelised Banana

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Whilst growing up, I remember my mum making pancakes for us with corn flour. Truth be told, it is one of the best pancakes I have ever eaten. It has a taste I can’t really describe but it is divine.

Recently, I was looking for what to cook for breakfast and pancake came to mind. I thought of the closest thing to corn flour and I decided to use semolina powder. They are quite similar if you ask me.

Whilst growing up, I remember my mum making pancakes for us with corn flour. Truth be told, it is one of the best pancakes I have ever eaten. It has a taste I can’t really describe but it is divine.

Recently, I was looking for what to cook for breakfast and pancake came to mind. I thought of the closest thing to corn flour and I decided to use semolina powder. They are quite similar if you ask me.

 
peeled beans.
Beans Recipes, Breakfast Recipes, How to's and DIY's

How to peel beans with a blender or food processor

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I have heard about how you can peel beans using a blender or food processor, I never really paid any attention to it as I am very comfortable using my hands to peel. I made akara recently and I thought now would be a good time to try it. I tell you, I had my doubts and I kept saying to myself, if it doesn’t turn out right, I would just use it like that.  

 
Bread Recipes, Breakfast Recipes

Agege Bread (Easy Homemade Bread )

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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. 

 
Breakfast Recipes, Plantain Recipes

Plantain Pancake

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Pancake is one of the easiest things anyone can whisk up in the kitchen. It is not rocket science but I have met three people in my life that make the best pancake/ crepes ever… my Momma, Ronke and Peter.  Permit me to say I grew up learning from the best.