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!
Tag: nigerian foods
I really don’t know where to begin, but hey I’ll start from how it all began. Like play like play, my active kitchen is one year old. Phew! All thanks and adoration to the king almighty for the grace that has brought me this far. The journey has not been easy and smooth as I hoped but His grace has kept me through.
Are you still letting the bin enjoy the goodness of your over ripe plantain? Well, I have got good news for you. As long as your plantain is not rotten, you can make yourself this lovely plantain pudding also known as epiti or ukpo ogede. If you love eating moi moi (moin moin) then this is another lovely recipe for you to try out in your kitchen.
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
If you want something really quick and easy to make, this meal is just right for you (that is if you love noodles and fish). it is like Jamie Oliver’s 15 minute meal only that this will take you about 30 minutes plus prepping.