Nigerian Chicken Pie is a really tasty snack with encrusted dough with chicken and vegetable filling. Learn how to make it with this easy recipe.
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) 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!
Jambalaya Rice is a dish of Louisiana origin and of Spanish and French influence, consisting mainly of meat and vegetables mixed with rice. But trust Nigerians to hijack this recipe and make it ours. If you love Jollof Rice, then you will certainly enjoy jambalaya rice. It is one of those one-pot dishes that are […]
Asun is a popular feature at most Nigerian parties. It is simply spicy, smoked goat meat. Usually, it is made over an open grill/fire but you can also make it at home, in your oven and still get the great taste. Asun recipe is so easy, you’d wonder why you didn’t make it sooner.
Ikokore (Water Yam Porridge) also known as Ifokore is a Nigerian dish from Ijebu, Ogun state made with Water Yam as opposed to the classic Yam Porridge made from White Yam. It is a one-pot meal that is savory and best enjoyed with a lot of protein.
Ewa Agoyin is a common street food in Nigeria. Even though it is not a classical Nigerian dish (it’s from Togo), it has been so readily adopted by Nigerians that no one cares where it’s from. Ewa Agoyin basically features mashed beans and spicy stew. It is usually enjoyed with either yam or bread.
Abacha, also called “African Salad” originated from eastern Nigeria and made mainly with cassava, palm oil, and other assorted condiments. It is mostly eaten as a side dish and is very easy to make. Like most of our recipes, you can always get creative with our abacha recipe, making it to your personal taste. Let’s […]
Ayamase (Ofada stew) is a popular Nigerian food that is often eaten with Ofada rice. It consists majorly of peppers, palm oil, and locust beans. Ayamase stew is quite easy to make, and the recipe can be varied depending on your preference.
Native Jollof Rice is a traditional Nigerian meal that is cooked with palm oil. Classic Nigerian Jollof is great but if you want to step things up a bit, then you should try out Native Jollof Rice. It is spicy and has that native look, aroma, and taste. This meal is really rich, with an […]