My mam makes the best moimoi elewe. The last time she visited, I made sure she made some moi moi for us. I already have moimoi/ moinmoin recipe on the blog, but it wouldn’t be nice if I don’t share my mum’s easy and delicious fluffy recipe with you all. […]
Tomato-less buka stew recipe? Who would have thought a time would come and this recipe would be the most sort for. It is no news that tomato is now gold in Nigeria. The good news is, you don’t really need tomatoes to make yummy and delicious buka type of […]
To say I have been MIA would be an understatement. hahaha I’m truly sorry for my absence here. I decided to take an unintentional break, I recently changed jobs and that have kept me on my toes for a while now. My kitchen has always been active despite my tight schedule and busy life. Who doesn’t like food hey?
My parents were around at mine from Nigeria and my kitchen was super busy. You know why? I promised to make different meals especially Nigerian soups everyday for a week. I made this egusi soup on day 2 and it was loved by all. I used 3 types of vegetable leaves and one of them is my favourite, uziza leaves.
Who says no to fluffy and soft agege bread and cheese? Ok I love cheese and it’s also no news that I love chicken too. Are you thinking about the combination of the three in your mouth already? I made this chicken melt sandwich with agege bread for a change and to be fair…
Today’s recipe is a long overdue post and I should have posted it after I made shawarma recipe for the blog last year. Thanks to procrastination and a very good excuse about bad weather. Anyway, it’s never too late to redeem myself,
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.
My love for smoked turkey now has got no bounds, if I tell you I hated smoked turkey when I first had it, would you believe it? I hated it so much that I stopped buying and cooking it. I recently started cooking smoked turkey again after I used the recipe below and I also add it to soups like egusi and efo-riro.
I have been very naughty lately, if you have been reading this blog for some time now, you would notice I have been trying to eat healthy but I fell off the wagon when I made this irresistible apple hand pie.
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,