Sometimes, the most simple things are the most complex. If you are a Nigerian and someone asks you “what is eba” you would be like; what, are you kidding me”. Well, while you know the answer to that question, so many other persons from outside Nigeria are still trying to grasp the nitty-gritty of Nigerian cooking.
I get questions like this everyday and it doesnt amaze me.
What is an eba?
What is eba made of?
What is garri made of?
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Chin chin can be really delicious if you know how to make it. I usually fry my chin chin, as in this case. But I hear it is also possible for chin chin to be baked. I haven’t tried that one yet. 😀
These are some delicious and well buttered crunchy Nigerian chin chin. And you are just about to learn how I was able to make this delicious Nigerian snack in just about 90 minutes.
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Catfish pepper soup is one of Nigerian’s most popular evening recipes. I have been putting this away for a very long time because of the complexity of the recipe. I had planned to make this recipe even before the launch of the “Easy guide to delicious Nigerian Foods”, one of the best products ever made in the Nigerian Kitchen.
Catfish pepper soup (point and kill) is the most popular fish pepper soup in Nigeria. We also have cow tail peppersoup, ...Continue Reading →
This article shows how good foods improve relationships. We have been discussing the correlation between a good cook and good relationship. The argument is whether a wife/fiancé who is a good cook is likely to be loved better than a kitchen newbie.
Now, a kitchen newbie is not a bad cook but someone that is about to become a great cook. I don’t believe in absolution, if you don’t know it today, you can be good at it tomorrow; it all ...Continue Reading →
If you are celebrating Christmas in Nigeria and wondering what to prepare for Christmas, here are some Christmas food ideas. I have already talked about this article on facebook and so many people are waiting eagerly for it.
Christmas is a always a memorable invent for the Christian folks in Nigeria as well as the rest of the world, it is celebrated to mark the earthly birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
For me, I have seen lots of Christmas, ...Continue Reading →
Nigerian drinks include both soft drinks and all kinds of edible juice that are prepared and consumed in Nigeria. This article aims to showcase some of those drinks and explain how the ordinary person can be able to make them for personal consumption.
Apart from the popular brands like Cocoa Cola, Pepsi, laccasera, Viju milk etc. we are going to learn how to prepare some of the locally made drinks in Nigeria.
I find most of them to be very tasty and ...Continue Reading →
Easy Nigerian recipes are simple recipes that requires less ingredients and time to prepare, most people start from this page when they are new to making Nigerian foods.
If you are looking for quick and simple recipes to surprise your spouse you can start from this page. Most of the recipes here would take between forty to sixty minutes to prepare. If you can’t find the ingredients in your location, you can purchase from our online store or Continue Reading →
Wondering where to buy Nigerian food stuff and ingredients, if you are looking to order Nigerian food ingredients online, you are definitely at the right place.
And we are cheap in a scary way.
If you are looking to buy Nigerian food stuff or ingredients in the USA (United States of America), Spain, Australia and Uk, you are at the right place. ...Continue Reading →
Yam peppersoup is one of the easiest to make Nigerian yam recipe. If you have a tuber of yam in your kitchen but lack idea as to what to make out of it, this delicacy Well, over the past few days I have been talking about different Nigerian yam recipes and here I want to talk about one of my favorite ways to eat yam
Try yam peppersoup, The only high side effect to this delicious recipe is that it is ...Continue Reading →
So You want to make my favorite yam recipe, we are talking about this delicious looking recipe that I only get to enjoy when I travel to my home town. Unfortunately, as I stated on the main page about different recipes of yam; there are few of my favorite Nigerian foods that you wouldn’t likely find in my part of Nigeria, they exist only in the rural areas.
I love this recipe so much that I haven’t ...Continue Reading →
Yam porridge is one of the easy to make Nigerian foods and I know how to make the two popular porridge yam recipes, one is the everyday porridge you make in your home with fresh tomatoes, pepper, salt maggi, the type you buy in posh restaurants. If you are a member of the Nigerian Kitchen you probably know the one I am talking about, it is very delicious, see image below.
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Like I said before, Ewa (beans) and bread is a very popular breakfast recipe in Lagos Nigeria and because I want to make this site as comprehensives as possible I don’t want to leave out any important food
The above image is not porridge beans, the recipe is completely different from other Nigerian beans recipes, you cook the beans separately and then make a special kind of stew. You will learn to make this stew the exact way it is made ...Continue Reading →
Here is how to fry eggs, one of the top breakfast recipes in Nigeria. I like this recipe because it serves as an easy to make morning food, takes about 10 minutes to prepare; sounds easy right? I made this (the image below) for myself this morning, it was a quick fix. I eat this kind of foods when I am in a hurry to meet up with an appointment.
Not so great health-wise though, it sits somewhere at the bottom ...Continue Reading →
Thanks for being a great part of this initiative, due to my kind of background and societal setting, it was necessary for a woman to know so much about foods and domestic works in its entire scope.
I learned to make Nigerian foods at a very young age, I think I made my first soup at the age of eleven, I still remember vividly, it was a vegetable soup with cow liver. It was my parent’s duty to prepare food ...Continue Reading →
Tomato sauce is usually served with yam in Nigeria. It is quite easy to prepare. What you find below is tomato sauce and fried yam. It goes both as a perfect breakfast meal in Nigerian and could also serve as dinner. I like this particularly because it keeps the stomach light and it is simple to prepare.
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Heart attack or heart disease can actually be prevented, controlled or completely eliminated by proper dieting and exercise – Dr Chauncey W. Crandall
Bulk of what you will be reading here are opinions of Dr Chauncey W. Crandall, a distinguished Cardiologist that have over 40000 heart surgeries to his belt. He also is chief of the Cardiac Transplant Program at the world-renowned Palm Beach Cardiovascular Clinic in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
While it is fun to talk about making delicious Nigerian foods ...Continue Reading →