I can say that this is one very common soup eaten in Nigerian homes. There are various methods and styles of cooking this soup, and I can’t say which one is the best. I can’t remember the first time I ate the soup but I do know that I have loved the soup … Continue reading Egusi Soup
This is a very common breakfast in many Nigerian homes. What you need: A tuber of yam 6 eggs Blended tomatoes 1 small onion, sliced Vegetable oil Salt Seasoning cube A pinch of curry How to make it: For the yam: Slice the yam and peel the skin off. Rinse in clean water. Put sliced … Continue reading Yam and scrambled eggs
One can’t expect to learn the art of cooking overnight.Yeah cooking is an art. It takes time and effort to become an very good cook.”Practice makes perfect ” they say, and that is so true when it comes to cooking.Dont worry with time you’ll get the hang of it. I’ll be sharing 9 tips that … Continue reading How to make cooking more interesting
Ingredients : 1/2 tuber of yam Palm oil Onions Dried fish Blended crayfish Dried pepper Directions : Peel,wash and cut yam into cubes as seen in the image below. Add yam cubes into an pot,pour enough water to just cover the yam. Cover the pot and cook for 20 minutes. Open the pot and gently … Continue reading Yam Porridge (Asaro)
Ila means Okra in English and alasepo means mixed. So ila alasepo is mixed okra soup. Normally okra should be served with stew but in this case the ingredients for the stew would be used in making the Okra soup. There are many different ways to cook ila alasepo but I would be … Continue reading Ila Alasepo (mixed okra) Recipe
Entered what I ate today into my new fitness app and it just sent an ambulance to my hhouse. I eat my tacos over a Tortilla. That way when stuff falls out, BOOM, another taco. One day you’re the best thing since sliced bread. The next, you’re toast. Now what’s on the menu? Me-n-u Becoming … Continue reading Lighten up!!!!!
I made my first fried rice yesterday and am going to say it’s one of the easiest cooking I have done. I personally always thought you had to be a pro or something to make fried rice but I was so wrong. It’s pretty easy. Yh!! I had a little help, but who doesn’t huh?? … Continue reading Fried rice