This recipe is one of the quickest meals you can make after the day’s hard job. It requires less or no prepping time and it is healthy and super delish… the fish can be cooked straight away as you don’t need to marinate it, the sweet potato doesn’t need peeling, all you have to do is season well, put in the oven and wait to enjoy a stress free meal after a stressful day.
This stew is different from ‘ayamase’ simply because of the choice of pepper. Green bell pepper is used for ayamase but if you want the proper local taste, then I think you should try it with the red bell pepper and some tomatoes. To be honest I didn’t discover ayamase until I was in my 20’s.
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.
There is no story behind this wonderful recipe. I woke up this blessed morning, checked my fridge for what to cook and I ended up with suya popcorn chicken. If you love chicken and you want to try something new and not necessarily going to KFC to enjoy their lovely chicken popcorn, then I think you have come to the right place.
Happy new year everyone, I pray this year brings peace and happiness to us all. It is very important we start the New Year right, hence this amazing lemon mix recipe. It is good and refreshing but I recommend taking it in the morning as it helps the digestive system. This mix can serve as palette cleanser and it also has its own health benefit.
Christmas season calls for all good food and some very lovely treat. Here is another super easy snack that can be on your xmas table. You can have this as a starter or dessert, the choice is yours. It is easy and yummy but let me warn you, if you are on a strict diet this is not for you as you won’t be able to stop at one. So, be warned!
I’m sorry I have been missing in action. To say I was feeling under the weather is an understatement. I have been down with the flu virus for over a month. lol Well I’m back now and better. Compliments of the season to you all, this Christmas season I planned to post super easy recipes that can complement our xmas turkey and chicken. Today I’ll be sharing a plantain recipe.
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.
The first time I heard about couscous was about 5 years ago during my national youth service. I spent a year in Kano, Dala to be precise and I can say categorically that couscous is one of the favourites of the northerners. How they cook it then I don’t know and I never had the chance to cook one as I thought it’s going to be a hassle cooking something so tiny and it just look complicated.
What better way to enjoy the pumpkin season other than cooking the pumpkin leaves or ugwu as it is popularly called in Nigeria. I love ugwu so much but what I love more is the way my mum cooks hers. I’ll never forget the way Naija women chop the vegetable, no trained chef can beat them to it.