Vinegar results from the fermentation of alcohol by bacteria to make acetic acid. It can be referred to as the staple of all staples because people who use it probably use the liquid more often than any other product. Have you ever wondered why this amazing liquid is versatile? The acidic nature of vinegar makes […]
Peanut butter also known as groundnut paste, is made from ground dry-roasted peanuts.
Zobo drink is made from dried Rossel (Hibiscus Sabdariffa) and comes with a lot of health benefits. It strengthens blood vessels, calms the nerves and reduces stress.
Owo soup is a palm oil delicacy peculiar to the Benin and Urhobo people. It is usually a mix of blended tomatoes and pepper and is best enjoyed with grilled or roasted plantain, yam or starch. Now, let’s talk about how to make this special soup. INGREDIENTS 4 Cooking Spoons of Nosak Famili Palm Oil […]
Edikang Ikong (Edikaikong) is an Efik vegetable soup and it is one of the most popular Nigerian soups because it is very nutritional, tasty and quite easy to make. A lot of people can make the soup but so many don’t cook it correctly. Trust us, the Nosak Famili recipe is the last stop you’ll […]
As we celebrate World Milk day tomorrow, June 1, 2019, we have to remind ourselves that milk has been enjoyed throughout the world for thousands of years and the most commonly consumed types come from cows, sheep and goats which are known as dairy milk.
Kunu Aya is a healthy, natural drink popular in the northern part of Nigeria. It is a variant of the original Kunu Dawa made from millet. Tigernuts are rich in fibre, vitamins E, C and protect the heart.
Garden egg sauce is a very healthy sauce you can accompany with your boiled yam, fried plantain, boiled unripe plantain etc. It is very easy to whip up and a real winner on weekends. Let’s cook!
Healthy meals don’t have to be boring. Parfaits are a proof. You can make a parfait very quickly and easily, with whatever fruit you desire. Staying healthy just got better!
“Ofe Owerri” is common soup eaten in the eastern part of Nigeria. The name was gotten from the words “Ofe” which means soup and “Owerri”, representing the place where the soup originated from. This soup is very delicious and probably has more meat than the soup itself, which makes it even better!