This is for all the different yam recipe eaten in Nigerian. The igbo name for yam is “ji”, I am from the eastern part of Nigeria, so I can say a lot about igbo yam recipes too

Cat Fish Peppersoup

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 pepper soup, ...

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Yam Pepper Soup

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 ...

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White Yam and Palm Oil Recipe

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 ...

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Porridge Yam

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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