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YAM PANCAKE RECIPE

Yam pancake made its way to the Nigerian food scene recently, and it seems to be the perfect substitute for our usual yam and egg delicacy. In this article, we will share our recipe for making yam pancakes at home in no time. Yam pancake has the same look with a pancake and a similar […]

SPECIAL OWO SOUP

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 […]

THE ULTIMATE EDIKAIKONG RECIPE

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 […]

Gizdodo Recipe

Gizdodo is fast becoming a popular Nigerian dish, especially at events and gatherings. It is a one-pot dish containing peppered gizzard and plantain. With Mother’s Day approaching, we think this meal will be a perfect side dish for that amazing woman in your life.

Oha Soup

Oha soup is a traditional soup from Eastern Nigeria. The Oha leaves are usually shredded by hand since it is popularly considered that using a knife will make the soup turn out bitter. This is a special delicacy you can enjoy with any swallow of your choice. Let’s cook!

Garden Egg Sauce

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!

Gbegiri Soup (Abula)

Gbegiri soup is a delicacy popular among Yorubas. This soup is best enjoyed with ewedu, beef stew, and amala. It is made with beans as the major ingredient. If you are itching for a new dining experience or just want to go the traditional route, this meal is a great choice. Let’s cook!

Ojojo (Water Yam Fritters)

Ojojo (Water yam fritters) is a popular finger food especially in the western part of Nigeria. It is made from water yam and is also a great way to make use of left-over yam from your Ikokore. It is easy to prepare and takes less 45 minutes to make. Let’s cook!

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