Finally, I have an easy vanilla sponge cake recipe on the blog! Thanks to the amazing plates used in the photo-shoot for making it happen. This moist vanilla sponge cake would melt in your mouth, the fun bit is… this cake keeps well in the fridge too and you […]
Delicious sweet Fried Plantain! Learn how to fry plantain like a pro. Plantain is very similar to a banana but unlike bananas that can be eaten raw, plantain is cooked before you can eat it. Plantain is also referred to as “cooking banana”. A perfect side to your African, […]
Let me show you how to make trending Tik Tok frothy dalgona coffee (whipped coffee) at home in easy steps. All you need to make this delicious and creamy drink is 3 ingredients you would already have in your store cupboard, a mixer and 5 minutes. Welcome to the […]
Let me show you how to make oat flour at home in easy steps. It is super quick, easy, cheap and you would be happy you made this homemade gluten-free whole grain flour yourself. All you need is a blender, some oats and 5 minutes. What is oat flour […]
I visited my friend a while ago she served me chicken and chips, the chips was the best I’ve ever had. Honestly, it was just chips but the taste was heavenly and I even had second round. If I tell you the secret to those heavenly chips was just onions. Frozen chips fried with onions and that took it from the normal chips to gourmet for me.
The simple things in life are sometimes the best things. Today I’m sharing another very simple chicken recipe and it’s simply irresistible. If you are trying to stay fit and healthy, white meat is one of the many options you can choose from for your protein diet. The year is still very young and the trend at the moment is everyone keeping fit and trying to lose the Christmas weight off.
I got hubby cooking one of his speciality meal recently and I must give it to him, he doesn’t mess about when it comes to cooking yam porridge (Asaro). To be honest, I hardly cook it because why bother when you have a man-chef. Lol. We both have different ways of cooking yam porridge and while he was cooking this recently,
I have put together the list of 9 best Nigerian food you should try and which I can’t live without. Apart from the rich Nigerian culture, Nigeria is blessed with different types of delicious dishes that are affordable, hearty and requires the most basic kitchen staple ingredients. Nigerian Food […]
I’m starting this month’s post with my gran’s (Iya Dele) staple, Gbegiri or popularly called abula in some other part of Yoruba land in Nigeria. My grandma used to sell this food and I remember people queuing up every evening to buy from her, she usually serve her gbegiri with Tuwo (corn flour). She prided herself in using fresh ingredients; my best part of the soup is the bone marrow and biscuit-bone that she uses.
As I got better, I craved for catfish pepper soup but was too weak to make one. I missed Nigeria at that point, trust point and kill joints, where all catfishes come in different shapes and sizes. My catfish is not much of a point and kill but frozen. To be honest, it is not bad at all in taste but just that you have to settle for the size you see.