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  • November 13, 2017
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Cat Fish Pepper Soup

Nigerian Catfish Pepper Soup (popularly known as Point & Kill) is that Nigerian pepper soup that is usually eaten in exclusive Nigerian bars and restaurants.   Even if you can get Nigerian Pepper Soup in any road side restaurant, you’ll need to dig deep to find restaurants where you can have the correct Point & […]

  • October 26, 2017
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Yamarita

Yamarita appeared on the Nigerian food scene a few years ago. The idea behind this yam recipe is to keep the yam soft and nice even when it’s no longer hot, because, yam has a way of getting hard when it’s cold. The idea of coating the yam before frying is to keep it from […]

  • October 12, 2017
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Cookies

INGREDIENTS   2 large eggs 2⁄3 cup Nosak Famili Vegetable oil 2 teaspoons vanilla 3⁄4 cup white sugar 2 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1⁄2 teaspoon salt   DIRECTIONS Beat together eggs. Add vegetable oil, vanilla and sugar. Add flour, baking powder and salt and mix well. Drop by heaping teaspoon approx 3″ apart […]

  • October 3, 2017
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Yam Pottage Mash

Nigerian yam can be made in a variety of ways for the kids, as well as babies too. This particular meal is very nutritious for kids as It is made with carrot and bell pepper instead of palm oil. This delicious meal can be adapted to suit babies from 8 months upwards by mashing it […]

  • September 25, 2017
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Cinnamon Waffles

If you are a waffle lover, we bet you’ll fall instantly in love with our cinnamon waffles. We developed this recipe because we wanted something that could go with or without syrup.  Most waffles need the sweetness of syrup to make them special. However, our cinnamon waffles are yummy just as they are. Whipped cream […]

  • September 14, 2017
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Beans and Plantain Pottage

We really like the taste of porridge beans especially when it is made with ripe plantain. Apart from the taste, the nutritional value of the meal cannot be overemphasized. Beans pack a lot of fiber. Fiber helps your body feel full, so you don’t need to eat as much throughout the day. While current dietary […]

  • September 6, 2017
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Coconut Yam Porridge

Don’t fret! Coconut Yam Porridge (Pottage) is simply a coconut milk infused Yam Pottage recipe. This recipe is very and easy and straightforward. To achieve a more potent Coconut taste/flavor, you’ll need to use Vegetable oil instead of Palm oil as the taste and aroma of Palm oil can be quite overpowering and may overpower the coconut […]

  • August 23, 2017
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Okpa Recipe

Hot Okpa! Hot Okpa!! Hot Okpa!!! If you’ve travelled to Enugu State by road, these shouts from Okpa sellers will be familiar. 9th Mile Corner in Ngwo near Enugu is well known for the special Okpa that you can trade your valued possession for (well, not you valued possession but good cash). The Okpa is […]

  • August 16, 2017
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Plantain Porridge

Plantains can be prepared in a variety of ways but today, we’ll be giving unripe plantain some love. Eating unripe plantain meals have many health benefits. Eating unripe plantain regularly can help reduce health issues connected with obesity as it contains high amounts of a type of insoluble fibre called pectin. Plantains contain high levels […]

  • August 2, 2017
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Peppered Puff-Puff

Puff-Puff  is a very popular West African street food that’s quick and easy to make with different variations. Most West African countries are familiar with Puff- Puff. It is known by different names depending on the country. Ghanaians call it Bofrot (togbei), Cameroonians and Nigerians call it Puff-Puff (Puff) or beignet in French. Ingredients for […]