The Nigerian Kitchen

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 for the family but my dad insisted that I give it a whirl and that was it.

Over the years that followed I made even more Nigerian foods, experimented heavily on different Nigerian recipe and just some years back I thought of setting up the Nigerian Kitchen Initiative – this site, the videos, Facebook page as well as the Weekly newsletters to help folks around the world with making Nigerian Delicious Foods.

It has been a wonderful journey so far, so much has happened and so much is about to happen.

We started with simple – easy to make Nigerian foods, then several other complex recipes, continental dishes, breakfast recipes, dinner recipes etc.

I have set up this page just to hear your opinion on this entire program, have you benefited? Have you tried any of my recipes? Did it turn out right?

Please tell me about your experience in two or three paragraphs with the comment form below. Thanks!

Also tell me a little bit about you.

If you ever wish to take your cooking to a whole new level, You can get your hands on Our Premium Guide, That is the surest way to becoming an expert cook in one month or less

Your support will also be very much welcomed if you love the kitchen and feel like giving a hand; you will get my latest eBook for free. Here is How to Support The Kitchen :D.


  1. For me I have had a good time trying many of the recipes you have on this site. I am also sort of addicted to your newsletters, I can’t wait to have the next one. I live in Abuja Nigeria with my husband and two kids, we so love your recipes please don’t stop.

  2. Chy,
    You are right, it has been a very interesting year with the Nigerian Kitchen, you have been very busy and it is most appreciated. The Recipe, eGuide and Ingredients Catalogue are fantastic and very good value.
    As you know as we have emailed each other before. I am a English Man and my Wife is Nigerian (Ijaw) and we live in the UK; we have Yoruba and Igbo friends
    I enjoy cooking and have cooked for my Wife and our other West African friends many of the recipes i have learnt from you. I must say the one that sticks in everyone’s mind and has been brought up in subsequent dinner party conversations is the Rivers State Soup or (Native Soup) as we call it !
    Keep up the good work
    Takia Dave

  3. Thanks for the info on how to make fried rice. It’s something have been doing but somehow it always turns out too soft or looking different. So i decided to try it exactly the way you illustrated and it was perfect. It was not too soft and the taste was perfect.
    Thank you!

  4. Well o haven’t tried any of the recepies bcs someone that I was supposed to cook for as his birthday gift which was on the 30th of April and finally our date since last year November , we couldn’t meet he wnt to new castle I guess I’ll do it whenever we meet. I know he ‘ll be impressed, a way to a mans heart is by his stomach!

  5. Rita Okike says:

    I really appreciate ur good work.
    I enjoyed the Egusi Soup you sent to my mail, because
    I took time to prepare it and it was Wow. I am really enjoying it because
    it will help me by the time I get married because I will be preparing
    all kinds of delicious meal for my husband and he will think I
    went to Catering School.
    Once again thanks and May God Continue to bless you and your entire household
    in Jesus name (Amen).


  6. I took interest in The Nigerian kitchen because I want to learn how to prepare different foods in order to make my hubby happy, I want him to be very proud of me, its not that he isn’t happy I just want to spice it up, as the saying goes the way to a man’s heart is his stomach. Thanks for the Nigerian Kitchen initiative

  7. Chy,
    Thank you so much,I have been greatly blessed by your site and the newsletter.God will bless and empower you to do more,such that you will be a blessing to the whole world.God will make you a success as you seek Jesus.thank you once again

  8. Am so happy with u,because it’s my wish to be a good cook for my family,to give dem different variety of foods nd snacks,nd am really learning different ways,am grateful nd more grease to ur elbow,looking forward for more.

    1. oby Blessing says:

      Am happy with you ,cos the experience am having since you have started sending the mail to me.and am learning different variety of food and snacks and am prayer to learn more too. May Almighty God give you more strength IJN Amen.Especially in African dishes.

  9. U are really doing a good job keep it up. All your recipes are great I try my best to use them one by one as outlined in your videos/ebooks and they always turn out great. I must say that buying this product was a very good decision. Thanks

  10. Like seriously,i love it. Becos it helps me a lot so that i won’t be depended on my girl as far as cooking is concern.

  11. Patience Okokon says:

    Dear Chy, thank you for your nice recipes .I love experimenting with food particularly to satisfy my HUBBY and children. Please keep sending your bulletin /recipes. I love the Nigerian kitchen!

  12. God bless u for your good work
    So far, I’ve practised cooking the spaghetti & Egusi soup
    I must confessed it was wonderful, my siblings enjoyed it & asked for more
    My name is Nnenna, I live with my siblings
    I look forward to reading more of your cookings

  13. ogundeji margaret says:

    I have been enjoying your recipes. Please keep it up. There are so many things which you have been able to teach a lot of people. Thank you. Ogundeji mrs.

  14. Good day! thank you for your nigerian kitchen initiative. I incidentally opened your site in looking for some articles about nigerian culture. when i read your recipes , i was quite curious of your FRIED RICE. …my first reaction was that….. ohhhhh….. why fried rice.. there is nothing special about it…. but as i read… oh my GOD……. your recipe captured my interest….and i decided to cook fried rice , the nigerian kitchen style for my future husband. I am a Filipina with a Nigerian boyfriend whom i met online. we decided to meet in less than 2 months from now. So its a very good timing that i can learn how to prepare nigerian foods… thank you so much. Although i feel that i already have the love of my Nigerian boyfriend… i also have and so excited to win his stomach. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS!

  15. I just made fried rice with this recipe and all. Av never made it b4 though I enjoy it so much, bt d other day I had the craving to eat it (am pregnant) n my hubby went to a fast food to get it, I was so disappointed with d food that I told myself I must learn to do this and so I came on line and voila! Der was ur blog. I must say u av made me soooooo happy b/c d fried rice I made following ur directions was superb, even my hubby was so pleased. Thanks so much, I’ll stick to this site for other nutritious recipes. Thumbs up!!!!

  16. I must tell you that you are great, infact you are amazing. I really appreciate all the recipe you mail me. KEEP IT UP. You are good!

  17. Hmmm!
    U̶̲̥̅̊ are doing a wonderful job to help us here. I love cooking n am a splendid cook yet U̶̲̥̅̊ can’t imagine how wonderful ur catfish peppersoup recipe was. I didn’t know crayfish is used for peppersoup n didn’t no if hubby will like it but guess what he made me cook it twice in one week. Laffs!
    I also love ur Ofe akwu recipe will try that with Ora soup recipe dis week. Hey ur plaintain porriage was sumptous too did dat 2 months ago. God bless U̶̲̥̅̊ big time.

  18. ngozi solange says:

    am definitely proud of your blog. You have impacted much to my cooking skills but the one and only problem i have is that i am in cameroon and its difficult to get most of the Nigerian spices here especially spices for Nigerian soups.please can you get me substitutes for your spices found in Cameroon?
    Thanks i will b waitx for ur response

  19. i learnt how to cook from the age of 10, but i was a terrible cook but with time i got a hook of it.
    with the recipes you send to me am becoming relly guuuuuud at cooking, we thank God.


    Wow ur site is a bomb even a woman that has never cooked before can learn here its really helpful, the sue of simplest fors of English also helps me to understand fast other than these books we have outside now they use big grammars nd u end up not getting anything from them. But chy ur dey try jor.

  21. U av rili bn of great help 2 me in my cooking aspect,I av tried almost every Nigerian dish I see on ur site. Am looking 4word 2 my newsletter cos its bn lng av received 1,kp up d good work,God bless

  22. i will like to have access to your videos and book on all Nigeria delicious meal

    thanks a lot for updating me with your newsletter

  23. The Nigerian Kitchen says:

    Hello Marie, if you have not gotten my newsletter for the past one week you probably need to re-subscribe. I send out newsletter every week and sometimes twice in a week. Do you have the 50 Delicious Nigerian Recipes (eGuide), it is for folks that desire to take the cooking to the next level!

  24. I want to use this means to say a very big thank you to Nigerian kitchen cos Nigerian kitchen have impact greatly on my cooking skills. I have learned different cooking method and lots more too numerous to mentions grease to ur elbow and God bless u for ur great work

  25. thomaskerongo says:

    am a cook by profession but not Nigerian, am interested in the Nigerian delicacy plz help me to be one of the Kenya pple who can be an international cook.

    i have made fried rice its delicious and the pple from tz enjoyed the food

  26. Hmmmmmn………. Keep the good work rolling. U’re a fabulous cook no doubt. Ur recipes has really helped me improve in cooking for my family. Looking forward to more of ur recipes…. May God continue to bless the works of ur hands

  27. kehinde Yemitan says:

    I have loved cooking since childhood. Guessed I must have gotten it from my mum & dad as they love cooking and their meals are always very delicious. Coming in contact with your website had really spiced up my cooking ! Thanks so much & keep up the good work in Jesus name.

  28. Princess Irine says:

    The first recipe i tried was ogbono with egusi ball,i followed ur steps n it was perfect,same thing goes with cat fish peppersoup etc.U have helped me to spice up my cookn.Thanks for the newsletter you always send to my email.You remain the best cook,pls keep it up.God will continue to strengthen you ma.Please how can i lay my hands on 50 Delicious Nigerian Recipes.(ebook)?

  29. l tried fried rice recipe yesterday and it was so perfect….my cooking ability have lmproved since l started recieving your mail so please don’t stop sending….may God continue to bless u, keep you safe and sound.

  30. Hi I ve really enjoyed your recipes and have tried out some.I have also benefitted from some tips I picked up from your recipes such as dividing the stew for the.jollof rice into 2 and using the other abt 5 minutes to the cooking time. I live in south south with my family.looking forward to receiving some more.Thanks

  31. Hi,Chy
    I am a Zimbabwean in a relationship with a Nigerian man.Your website has been of great help.I have tried almost all the soups from Egusi, vegetable to Okro.My man never eats out now and his friends love coming over to eat.Thank you so much I might even brag that I be real Nija woman now,lol.

  32. The Nigerian Kitchen says:

    Alice, welcome to the kitchen. How is zimbabwe? Surely, you are a complete Naija woman now since you can make delicious Nigerian foods and also dates a Naija man, you have equal rights and privilages 😀

  33. Tnks 4 d good work,,my parents nd siblings re pleased on my improved cooking skills….. Pls hw can i get d 50 Delicious Nigeria Recipes Book

  34. Thank you so much chy for your newsletters and also for the Nigerian Kitchen initiative as a whole. Your recipes and videos have really gone a long way in helping me improve my cooking.
    My parents are now very proud of my cooking. I really appreciate.

  35. your recipes are good i love it, please like to know how to prepare ofe onugbu that is anambra state better leaf soup thank you.

  36. Though, i’m a fresher here, but with those little ones i’ve seen on your site, they are incredible, i’ve tried some and it works out well. So i want to say, thanks so much for creating this opportunity. Stay blessed.

  37. l love ur cooking honestly u are a genius. Although l’ve not been able to try most of ur recipes but merely looking at them haaaaaa…….aaaaaa. Pls give me more of Yoruba delicacies. Stay blessed.

  38. And I love how you address everyone by their name. Its like you know us personally, Its make this site homely. You doing a really good work.

    Thank you

  39. Hilo,ure rily doin a great job kip d flag flying.ive tried sme of ur recipes nd dev bin awesome though am new here I intend to be better.thank u nd God bless.

  40. Emily Oviahon says:

    Thank you so much Chy. I am Urhobo married to a Bini gentleman. I grew up in the west and schooled and currently reside in the north. With my best friend being Igbo, you can say my palate has travelled most parts of Nigeria. I love our cuisine and appreciate your introducing it to the international populace. You are doing a fantastic job! Keep up the good work, we’re praying for you.

    1. The Nigerian Kitchen says:

      Emily, thanks for your comments and the prayers, pls don’t stop praying for me, It is all a product of grace

  41. Chy you are such a darling i must confess. I wasn’t really taught how to cook but with your steps am improved. In fact the day i made Egusi, hmmmm the whole family confessed that Jesus is Lord. If i can cook that good just with the guides here then i’ll be better with the ebook. I sure need that ebook. Thanks.

  42. Chy love, you are doing wonderfully well. I live in Onitsha but my hubby lives in the western part of this country. He also appreciates good food. He us the kind that love to have his friends visiting from quite often. So chy you can imagine my joy upon stumbling on this website of yours. I have tried some of your recipes and they were mnhhmm!. So delicious. Pls keep sending more recipes. I love your creativity. You have made me a better cook.

  43. I really appreciate what u are doing.I have improve tremendously and my hubby nw appreciates my cooking. thnks chy u ar wonderful

  44. Yes with i do love what your doing cos i believe in your work and am glad to let you know i have tried some of it with time it will get better .

    Keep up the good work .
    thanks and God Bless

  45. Am really having a nice time trying out d recipe, have been able to improve my cooking skills with these help of dis site, thanks for putting all dis together.

  46. You are really doing great! I love all the recipes you have sent to me so far. Infact, i just wanna tell you to keep on doing the good work. Thank you

  47. Chy, I never regretted subscribing 2 ur newsletter. Yᵒᵘ A̷̷̴яe doing a great Job dear. ђɑ̤̥̈̊vε̲̣̣̣̥ tried several recipe Ąπϑ they all work out fine. Keep d good work Up.

    D Lord bless Yᵒᵘ. Tnx

  48. Thanks Chy, you have saved many marriages I must tell you. You recipes and step by step approach plus videos are simply amazing.
    Please keep it up, you are doing a great job.

  49. chy, i want to say tank u for d work u ar doin, its really marvelous. now i can really enter my kitchen everyday wt confidence because i know you have my back. God bless u

  50. Nancy Chidimma says:

    I really luv what u’r doing and am so luvn it. I’ve tried most of d nigerian foods recipes and it was amazing. Thank u so much ..i do stay with my parents and siblings ,this site has bn of a great help in my cooking

  51. Oyebamiji adeola says:

    Wow this is really interesting i think u are a potter moulding ladies to be a good cook and a good wife. thanks more strength to ur elbow

  52. I am from rivers state $ from ur address, i am not very far from you. I have tried several of ur recipe $ it came out 1daful. I tried d indomine, ogbono soup, spaghetti $ fried frice recipies. My family $ i really enjoyed the meals. Tank u. I am happy to b a part of your kitchen.

  53. Mrs Chy, may God in heaven bless u in all you do.You have helped so many people that don’t really knw how to cook,i also love ur ogbono soup recipe… thanks.

  54. Mrs Jennifer says:

    Hello, chi. I must truly admit that I had a nice time trying out ur recipe on rivers native soup and bitter leaf soup. Am looking forward to making Uha soup this week. Thanks a lot ma’am for empowering lots of women like myself. My husband now has variety and my home couldn’t have been better.

  55. Oyebamiji adeola says:

    I dont need a fortune teller to tell me dat i av really gained alot thanks to you chy keep on d good work.

  56. Salmat Muhammed says:

    Continue the good work pls. God is your strength. I’m Salmat Muhammed from Abuja. Pls can one get to meet you in person for better understanding? Thanks.

  57. bessie xtian says:

    Thanks so much for your help, i have been having issues with my mother in-law on how to prepare ugba (African salad)when i saw your post i was very happy, i tried it last week Saturday,i did not even finish preparing it before my husband started eating it in the kitchen, am really happy that i can prove to my inlaws now that i can do it.

  58. I am so happy and lucky too to come across your blog. You have really impacted much to my cooking skills.
    Thank you so much Chy!

  59. Asma'u Sada says:

    The Nigerian Kitchen is a very wonderful kitchen. I have learnt some recipes such as Abacha, Special Indomie and Edikang Ikong. The result of the cooking was very good. Thanx so much. May God reward you.


  61. I really love this site. Never made banga soup sinc am from d northern part of Nigeria. But with your help I made it n it was so so take out that I got credit from my man. Thanks to u. Love u n kip d good job. ***** rating

  62. Oladun Omotola says:

    I A̶̲̥̅̊♏ α̇̇̇̊ prospective wife Απϑ I want τ̅☺ be well-equipped before I get married. Your site has been wonderful, its well informative. I tried †ђξ fried rice for †ђξ first time Απϑ it was wow! thanks so much. Keep up †ђξ good work

  63. I had already made up my mind to go and register in a school so as to improve in my cooking skill but was extremely glad when I came across this site. It is indeed an answered prayer.

    I’m waiting anxiously for the book as promised this week.

    Thanks a lot.

  64. Olaiya Emily says:

    You are God sent even my children testify that my cookin has charged more blessing I really appreciate you.

  65. Knowing this site have improved my cooking experience. I prepared bitterleaf soup with your recipe last week and it was great.. Thanks a lot

  66. WOW! This site has really being of grate help to me. I grow up living with my Dad who will always embarrass me in the front of my friends each time I cook. He never see any reason to teach me how to cook but will derive Joy humiliating me because i will always cook tasteless food according to him. but ever since I learn of this site I’ve been doing wonders in the kitchen. THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR HELP

  67. Have tried many of ur recipes and dey have been great, dis site has really helped me a lot to learn how to make food from other tribes and it is really exciting. Love what u are doing and hoping to learn more

  68. Omg! Chy I love u so much,God bless d day I came across dis site,u make me wanna eat everytime nd try all recipes,Have tried d fried rice,mashed chicke porridge,indomie,nd Ǻ♍ trying d beans 2nyt, U re Jst Awesome,Tnks 4 impacting so much Knowlege God bless Y̶̲̥̅̊o̶̲̥̅̊υ̲̣̥……..but I still need u 2 teach us how 2 mk friut juice ,nd spagetti bolognese! LOL

  69. CHY
    I stumbled on this site while trying ro google out how many recipies we have in Nigeria. Since then its been a beautiful experience . I love your simlicity and explicit details , added with the videos . It shows your strong desire to achieve results in the lives of many. You have surely done that for me .

    Thank you so much .

  70. U are doing a wonderful job.i lov cooking &people says am a good cook.but in life one is always in d middle dats why i took interest in ur recipes,ave tried ur indomie recipe it was great.ur tomoto stew recipe has relieved me frm d stres of cooking jollof rice.thanks for ur other recipes,& ur news letter it has really helped out.pls contnue d good job.

  71. With just d lil time have come to know abt ur page it has been an eye opener n glorious awakening to recipes I never dream of making on my own n an improvement on d ones I already know
    Kudos sister
    Keep d flag flying

  72. yeah!
    i love this website ,stumbled into it one day after i googled a nigerian recipe and have tried a lot of them including the fried rice,zobo,yam porridge, and diff soups,wow its been great have even gotten the cookbook from David in PH and was thinking will get the ebook too please how do i get it and also this free one too how do i get them.
    Hoping to hear from u.God bless U real good as U keep blessing us

  73. am a caterer and my bussiness name is elegant event services u have really taught me a lot i have also use it to teach my students and i look forward for more recipes of snacks and native food may God bless u more.

  74. looks really trying it this evening.i live in u.k,and my hubby gets bored so easily..#repetitve glad i found this link..please how can i get the book

  75. Hmmmmmm,,how can u ask dat Miss Chy? U doing more than a great job,am inspired by u….,hhave learnt alot.And I fank u so much for helping all of us out.Love u Honey.

  76. I love ur recipies infact am proud of you. I tried ur fried rice recipie and it came out so tasty. Am looking forward to receiving ur newsletter on how to prepare white rice and vegetable sauce. Thanks

  77. I am actually looking forward to marry a Yoruba man. which is why I subscribe for your cookery lessons. I can already make gbegeri…… omi obe….moimoi.

    I love the lessons you give me. and am sure its gonna help me win the heart of the Yoruba man am looking forward to marry.
    keep up the good work.

  78. Your recipes are perfect.i have tried nkwobi,edikainko soup,ofe owerri,plantain mosa,spicy sweet potato.i cook well but my family was getting bored with eating the same meals.thanks for helping me spice things up

  79. for me your recipes have really been helpful to me i must confess it and so proud of your support to nigeria kitchen the contribitions u hav made so far have really been helpful all I will say is do more and continue

  80. Am really grateful, have learnt alot especially the different ways of cooking noodles, it was wonderful. I think am lucky to be here. Thanks

  81. I hv always liked cooking and I don’t joke wit any site dt has anything to do wit d kitchen. I am a Nigerian in fact an Ibo woman living in Ph. I am proud of u for show casing our delicious and irresistible foods. Pls keep up d good work.

  82. hello chy,

    am new to your site and i was quite pleased with how easy you make cooking as my portfolio of meals is very limited. i tried out how to make banga this past week from your recipe using the palm fruit and my husband was quite pleased ( there was one constructive criticism which was it was kinda of watery not as thick as the usual banga.)

    am hoping you can tell me how to make it thicker using the palm fruit. i will be trying various awesome recipes from your blog every week.

    thank you for increasing my value in the kitchen lol.

  83. I’m not going to say much you are si
    mply wonderful and I like your kitchen with all its delicious recipes’ please keep it up cos I’ve benefited tremendously. Thanks alot

  84. Hello Chy,

    I don’t know how you came to be this self-less in sharing your cooking skills.Thank you so much.

    I tried both the fried rice and spaghetti receipe and meaning my guests kept asking for more.I could hardly have any for myself because of the demand.Thank you for making me a better cook.I am yet to practice other food receipe.I never knew I could be this good.

    Thank you.I hope to repay you some how, someday.

  85. Yes Chy, your recipes have been a great help and has improved my cooking. I tried your fried rice recipe and it was superb. I so much appreciate the fact that we can watch the video this has helped me to identify specific items i ordinarily would not identify.
    Keep the good work. Thank you.

  86. Well for me..I enjoy ur recipes and I must say u re rily doin a great Job..pls kip it up..i rily luved d fried rice procedure and soups u made it mch easier for me dan yes u re doing excellently well..May God bless d works of ur hands..

  87. Hi Chy,

    I like what you are doing. Tried some of your recipes and must say it is getting more interesting. My kids where getting bored with my type of indomie until I gave them your recipe with green beans, carrot and the rest even daddy too asked for more. The Edikaikan surprised me too and the egusi (the frying method) was something I had to repeat within a month. Keep it up.

  88. Hi Chy,u re really doing great work,may God be with u,infact I love ur recipes and ur steps of cooking are good and easy to follow.kudos to u

  89. chy GOD bless u. i tried d bitterleaf soup for my husband. in short he ate 2 plates of soup for just small quantity of wheat. i thank God that a came across dis page. PLS CHY can u still help me on book for pastries and their measurement in cups or tablespoon.e.g. 300gms is equal to how many milk cup or tablespoon. oga said i should make the bitterleaf weekly but i will surprise him with whitesoup and see his reaction. chy thx a billion. thx. Froom mrs faithia emmanuel

  90. woo! dis is one of d best ever continue ur gud work. may god grant u strength to keep d gud work going. love u ma’am

  91. Hello chi,I hav enjoyed a lot of ur reciepe,though hav nt tried much of them bt hav tried the ofe onugbu and its lovely .thanks

  92. Funmilayo Adedeji says:

    I really enjoy this Nigerian Kitchen. I have try some of the recipes being posted to me. And also the e-book send to me about eating healthy food as a Nigerian. Thank you for solving most of kitchen problems.

  93. Of course this site has been helpful. I have tried your egusi soup and fried rice recipes and they turned out to be waow. Thank you so much for this wonderful site

  94. Akano Maryam says:

    Am a student of lautech in ogbomoso at oyo state.I love this site alot because it has given me d hope of making my husband and children to state healthy and cook diff kind of food for them.Kip d ball rollin cos d Lord is ur strength. How much is d book and how can i get it.

  95. I really enjoy this site cod it helps me out a lot and adds more ideas to d one I already know. My husband love goat head and I did not really perfect in d ones I made before but when I followed ur procedure poco a poco (little by little), I made d perfect goat head and he can not stop singing my praises and I can not stop singing yours. I am happy and I always await ur newsletter eagerly. Keep it up dear.

  96. Whenever I think of a good superb meal I think of the Nigerian Kitchen, and it has helped me earn good records as a crazy cook with your amazing recipes. You rock!!!!!!

  97. yemisi ogunsakin says:

    I look at this site as way out for all women, you learn a lot and am like back in the olden days, were a woman can lean to cook all kind of food. You are helping a lot of this day ladies beyond your imagination those of them that did not have time to stay in the kitchen with their mother.
    I thank you and I pray the almighty God will continue to increase your wisdom.


  98. helen gideon emmanuel says:

    Hi Chy, thanks for your weekly newsletters i always love to read every version and I’m learning a lot already within the short period of time that i joined your program. I am a wife and mother of six and i reside in Calabar with my family.
    I am someone who likes eating good food and i love experimenting with food, i owe this to my mother who taught me how to cook at very young age and my husband always looks forward to every meal i cook. Recently, i was just getting fed up with eating the same routine stuffs we’ve been eating and wanted to try new stuffs or even improve on the old ones, i was roaming the internet in search of websites that could be of help until i stumbled on yours. I have improved a lot on my cooking through your recipes apart from learning other things and your explanations are so easy to understand. You really possess the magic wand.

  99. All thanks to you, you have been helping me regain most of my forgotten recipes, like the nsala and main other. it been wonderful been part of this blog may the God of wisdom grant you more grace. love you!

  100. Josephine Audu says:

    I must confes tthat you are indeed really doing a good job.for me the nigerian kitchen has been a great help to my cooking skills most especially the fried rice aspect.thumbs up mama….Thank you

  101. I am a kenyan and I live in kenya, I have nigerian friends here in nairobi who make very delicious nigerian foods. your recipes have made me to be able to cook for them once in a while. they get very impressed with my cooking. Thanks a lot and keep up the good work.

  102. I love your recipes and the way they are methodically presented. I always look forward to receiving your newsletters and have tried out your ogbonno with okro soup recipe and it was great. God bless you greatly for sharing your recipes.

  103. Hello Chy, I have benefitted greatly from the Nigerian kitchen because I have tried some of the recipes and they all turned out well. Thanks for your contribution in making homes happy after a very delicious meal. Keep up the good works.

  104. Where do I start from…before now, cooking for me was a nightmare but now, I face cooking with confidence and knowledge principally because of tips and skills I learnt from your site. You are indeed a God sent. I look forward to cooking. My family noticed the new ‘chef’ in me. Thank you so.much Chy

  105. Opadere Funmi says:

    I Realy Like The Nigerian Kitchen Blog,nt Only Have U Imparted But To Me As A Person U Av Bein Helpful By Sendn Me Some Food Recipe Which Has Turned Me To A Great Cook For My Family.Tanx Alot

  106. Hmmmmmm,I totally love wat u’re doing.I’m kinda new here but so far,av bn thrilled.tried out one of the indomie recipe and it was great,my friends were so happy they got a new way of making it.I simply love cooking and it gives me great joy to see people eat great meals and so I go the extra mile to search for and make them plus I love varieties myself(plsssssss add more of continental dishes,appreciate the carribean rice recipe,will try it very soon).kip up the gud work

  107. I have tried your Caribbean rice and it came out delicious, I’m very grateful for that recipe as I am a rice lover and was getting tired of the other rice recipes I have, my name is Nikky and I plan on using more of your recipes and feeding back to you. Thank you.

  108. Hi Chi
    I am a big fan of Nigerian foods; all thanks to you.

    I have been cooking Jollof rice in a certain way over d years and my hubby would rate me 2/5 cos he thinks it is concoction Jollof rice. I made up my mind to try your recipe amongst other that I have tried; and lo and behold he rated me 5/5 and said I have not had this kind of Jollof rice over the years. He sure asked what the secret was and I said Nigerian o.

    Keep up the good work.

    Right now Nigerian is part of my kitchen recipe (always by myside).

  109. Chy
    It’s been wonderful, you have made cooking so much fun. I learnt from my mum, but with u, i exploded. Kisses

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