Coconut jollof rice is another way of enjoying delicious Nigerian jollof rice in a unique way. Jollof rice is the official meal for Nigerian ceremonies. It’s very rare to attend any ceremony in Nigeria and Jollof rice is not available. Today, we want you all to step up your jollof rice game by adding some […]
Vegetable soup popularly known as EFO-RIRO is one of the most nutritious soup from the Yoruba culture. The amazing thing about efo-riro is its compatibility with different dishes. Efo-riro can be paired with dishes like Eba, Amala, Semo, Rice, and the Yoruba’s favourite Pounded yam. This is one of the uniqueness of the stew. Let’s […]
Village Rice can also be described as Palm Oil Fried Rice. Fried Rice is one of the most popularly consumed meals in the world and sincerely, who doesn’t love the taste of fried rice? Everyone loves fried rice. Palm Oil Fried Rice is a way of enjoying fried rice in a different way and guess […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
Jollof is a whole mood, a cultural phenomenon and the crowning glory of any cook is that they know how to make perfect, tasty jollof rice. Jollof rice is said to have originated from the Wolof tribe in Senegal. But now, the whole of Africa has different countries creating this mother of all dishes in […]
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 […]