Hi Mums, our recipe of the week is Akara Fish Tempura. It’s a pleasing, easy to cook substitute for our familiar Akara (Bean cake). Akara is a popular Nigerian snack made with beans, also known as bean cakes, bean balls or bean fritas, however, this recipe is infused with eggs and fish fillet. You can […]
Our recipe this week is a recipe taken from DooneysKitchen, Dunni is a food enthusiast with the most amazing recipes, see the recipe for Yam and Egg Pancakes below. In this recipe she is redefining the use of yam and eggs in preparing pancakes. Talk about being proudly Nigerian! The Yam and Egg Pancakes recipe can be used
Chicken is a regular in many homes across Nigeria and around the globe. It is a rich source of protein and the good things. You can season in different ways, get a variety of flavors, add to various dishes, most children love it and its pretty in-expensive? Would you agree? To get the most of
Our recipe of the week is plantain mosa a.k.a. plantain puff puff. It’s amazing how plantain can be made in so many different ways; it’s a great way to use up overripe plantains. Plantain mosa is basically puff-puff but with the addition of our all time favourite plantains. We have it on good authority that
Our recipe this week is how to make Ekikeni Mmong Ikong; a recipe taken from DooneysKitchen, Dunni is a food enthusiast with the most amazing recipes. Etikeni Mmong Ikong is a delicacy nicknamed the Efik E.M.I and cousin to Edikang Ikong which is basically a mix of Waterleaf and Uziza leaf. The soup has an
Hi Mums, our recipe of the week is Ethiopian plantain and beef stew. This Ethiopian dish is ideal because it has accessible ingredients that we can get around us and it is just perfect for this weather. Unripe plantain is typically used for this dish but if you would like to go the semi-ripe route for
Hey mums! It has been soo cold these past few days, with the rain refusing to stop and the temperatures really dropping down. Hence we bring you the Peppered Chicken with Utazi (not-so- delicious-but- healthy leaves) Something hot and spicy at the same time. It is easy to make and can be enjoyed by the whole family.
Our recipe this week is courtesy of DooneysKitchen, Dunni is a food enthusiast with the most amazing recipes. Here is the recipe for Buka fushion jollof and the Nigerian rice bowl. This is a quick recipe using leftover buka stew you have at home. Ingredients Buka Stew Easy Cook Rice Curry Powder White Pepper Method First