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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!

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  1. The Nigerian Kitchen  September 21, 2013

    Hello Miles, thanks for your feedback. We are very delighted to have you around.

  2. Winnie  September 26, 2013

    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!!!!

  3. Kafayat  October 1, 2013

    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!

  4. mrs Obi  October 7, 2013

    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.

  5. Hafsat  October 7, 2013

    Thanks for ur recipes,u av really helped out. Continue the good job

  6. mary  October 7, 2013

    my cooking abilities has increased this past month thanks to you

  7. ngozi solange  October 8, 2013

    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

  8. jame  October 8, 2013

    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.

  9. ABOSEDE OLARINRE  October 9, 2013

    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.

  10. marie  October 10, 2013

    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

  11. Goodluck  October 10, 2013

    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

  12. The Nigerian Kitchen  October 11, 2013

    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!

  13. The Nigerian Kitchen  October 11, 2013

    Hello Goodluck, you can
    Order Directly From The Sales Page, via credit card or cash deposit, thanks! I will be definitely looking out for your name

  14. Sade  October 14, 2013

    Hi Chy
    I tried the fried rice and it was wonderful thanks for the recipe God bless x

  15. Becky  October 15, 2013

    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

  16. thomaskerongo  October 16, 2013

    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

  17. Lolade  October 19, 2013

    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

  18. kehinde Yemitan  October 23, 2013

    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.

  19. Princess Irine  October 30, 2013

    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)?

  20. Nkem  November 1, 2013

    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.