This Nigerian soup recipe is one of those recipes that aren’t popular anymore, and I wonder why, seeing that the soup is so delicious. It has become a go-to soup in my house after discovering it by accident. In fact, if not for my mother and mother-in-law, I would have thought I created this recipe.
Disclaimer: These coconut flakes are extremely addictive, and if you wind up eating 2 or 3 whole coconuts at a go because of this recipe, please don’t blame me, blame ChiO of Oya Come Chop. She made me do it. If I hadn’t seen her review of those coconut flakes, I might never have been pushed to make these and share them here. So, if you become addicted to these, hold her responsible.Read MoreCoconut Flakes
Hmmm, native jollof rice…this recipe is yum! When I was younger, we had 4 aunties staying with us. 2 from my mother’s side, 2 from my father’s side. When left to their own devices in the kitchen (which wasn’t all the time cos my Mum can COOK!), each of them had their go to dish, a meal they could make with their eyes closed. This was Aunty Ngozi’s signature dish. Read MoreAunty Ngozi’s Native Jollof Rice
Hello everybody, how body? My own dey cloth o. How far na? I hope you guys are good. We thank God for life. My dear readers in Ondo State, I hope you guys are keeping safe. I heard about some type of outbreak, and I want to beg you, and indeed everybody reading this in Nigeria, to please maintain Ebola safety standards till we can find out what this thing truly is. Stay safe please, and make this Beans and Corn Pottage while you’re at it. Read MoreBeans and Corn Pottage (Not quite Adalu)
Eku elections o. I, for one, am glad the elections are over, now it’s back to business abeg. I wish the President-elect grace and fortitude to deal with Naija’s plentiful issues. Read MoreToasted Cheese Sandwich
Hello everyone! How una dey? How did Easter go for those of you who celebrate it? Mine was dry o! I just decided I wouldn’t cook more than 3 things (I flung my planned menu out of the window) because I didn’t want to spend the whole of Sunday in the kitchen.
I slept almost the whole day away, and I had no guilt about it.
My attention just got called to the fact that I hadn’t posted the recipe for this Potato Pottage. Can you imagine? I’ve had this picture on Instagram, Twitter, BBM, etc, and I can’t believe I haven’t posted the recipe yet. Ma binu (no vex) abeg. At least it’s coming just in time for Easter. Read MorePotato Pottage with Smoked Sausage
This was one of the entries that were sent in for the last Giveaway.
Stephanie sent me really detailed pictures. She’s painstakingly meticulous, and the recipe tasted really good too, although I didn’t make the Eko/Agidi, and I didn’t use the eggs. Read MoreStephanie’s Plan-Moin Pizza