Chin chin is a very common Nigerian snack that can be enjoyed at home or served as an appetizer at parties. It is very crunchy, sweet, easy to make and can be stored for a long time. You can also vary the recipe in terms of its flavor, sweetness, shape, crunchiness or texture. However, the […]
“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!
Black soup (commonly called Omoebe) has its origin from Edo state, Nigeria. It is acclaimed for its medicinal capabilities. Its name was gotten from the grinding of the vegetables which causes the vegetables to darken. This is a very healthy recipe you should try out and it is quite easy to make. Let’s get cooking!
Moi Moi is a Nigerian pudding meal usually made using Beans. Plantain moi moi is a variation of this, except it is made with plantain. The good thing about this is that you don’t have to waste left over plantains as over-ripe plantains work well with this meal. It is delicious and quite easy to […]
In Nigeria, Chicken is usually high on the list of foods served during festive seasons and every chicken lover enjoys the KFC style Chicken for its spicy crispiness. The good news is, you can make this crispy fried chicken by yourself and even better than those sold at eateries. And as our recipes are all […]
Shawarma is originally a Lebanese food but like several other imported recipes, it has been adopted by Nigerians and has quickly become a major local food. Chicken Shawarma is made using Chicken filling but you can substitute this with beef, depending on your taste. Nigerian Shawarma is really spicy and delicious but don’t take our […]
Nigerians love meat (especially assorted meats) and fried plantain. Having both in one savoury dish is what Dodorishi is all about. This dish is a burst of flavours, from sweet fried plantains to savoury meats, spicy stew and vegetables. Like all Nosak Famili Recipes, our Dodorishi recipe has been simplified and can be made flexible […]
Groundnut soup is another delicious Nigerian soup eaten by several Nigerian tribes like the Hausas (they call it Miyan Geda), the Esans in Edo state and some tribes in Delta state. This soup is slightly sweet as opposed to most Nigerian soups but it has a taste unlike any food you’ve ever eaten. Our Groundnut […]
Afang soup is a vegetable soup native to the Efiks of Akwa Ibom and Cross River states in Nigeria. It is however enjoyed by all Nigerians and is a common feature in several restaurants. Aside from being obviously delicious, it is also very healthy as it contains rich vegetables and other nutritious ingredients. Afang soup […]
No one can resist the buttery, rich taste of shortbread biscuits. This biscuit is so delicious and yet surprisingly easy and cheap to make. You can enjoy it as a snack or as breakfast with your favourite beverage. We will be showing you this easy recipe for homemade Shortbread biscuits which will have you wondering […]