Nigerian cooking 101: Pepper mix | Nigerian pepper mix or pepper base or ata lilo as the Yorubas would call it. Nigerian Dishes In Nigeria, the majority of Nigerian dishes call for pepper mix/ata lilo and this could be in any form or texture. The almighty Jollof rice calls for […]
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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.
Nigerians and rice, we eat rice any day any time. We love it so much that we can strictly go on rice diet and not mind. Just recently, we had some Nigerians betraying our beloved parboiled white grain rice and went for some fancy rice/rice substitute like brown rice, quinoa, dark wild rice, bulgur and the likes. All these fancy super foods, all in the name of watching our heights!
Wow I cant believe it is week 3 already. To those that have been able to observe the fast, well done to you and to those that haven’t for some medical reasons or other things, I pray you all receive the blessings that comes with the season.
This is a quick follow up post on my Nigerian styled harissa paste. Like I mentioned in my previous post, harissa is your go to sauce for fish, meat, chicken and so many other things.
I made this fish in half an hour all thanks to the readymade condiments and some other few ingredients found in the pantry.