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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!

Also tell me a little bit about you.


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  1. Linda  November 2, 2013

    It’s really great helping people, especially the ladies learn how to prepare various delicacies. Well done

  2. irene  November 5, 2013

    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

  3. Alice  November 7, 2013

    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.

  4. The Nigerian Kitchen  November 7, 2013

    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 😀

  5. fiona  November 8, 2013

    Yes, I’ve tried alot of your delicacies especially the indomie with egg recipe and kids really enjoyed it.
    Thanks alot

  6. victoria  November 22, 2013

    infact it was splendid when i tried one of ur delicacy which is fried rice, thanks alot, u have done a great job

  7. ruth  November 22, 2013

    Hello! I am so glad I found ur website I have gained more knowledge in cooking

  8. lizzy  November 23, 2013

    thanks so much for the tips on fried rice,i tried it and it was yummy!!!

  9. Nma Okoye  November 26, 2013

    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

  10. Rossy  November 30, 2013

    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.

  11. Cynthia malizu  December 3, 2013

    i love this. ur recipes are good and u make it sound like fun. good job

  12. Racheal  December 5, 2013

    Thank you so much for the recipes. i Loovvv it

  13. patience  December 12, 2013

    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.

  14. Phunmielolah  December 14, 2013

    U’re really a wonderful great cook, God bless u and keep up d good job

  15. Bunmi  December 14, 2013

    whao!!! I have really learnt so many recipes, dis is a wonderful work! Keep up d flag high

  16. Yemmy  December 29, 2013

    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.

    • The Nigerian Kitchen  January 4, 2014

      Hello Yemmy, you are welcome. Thanks for your comment.

  17. Bola  January 6, 2014

    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.

  18. Vera  January 7, 2014

    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

    • The Nigerian Kitchen  January 11, 2014

      Hello Vera, thanks for your comment. Do have a wonderful new year.

  19. gina  January 7, 2014

    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.

  20. Emily Oviahon  January 27, 2014

    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.

    • The Nigerian Kitchen  January 28, 2014

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