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How to Cook Edikang Ikong Soup ( Edikaikong Soup )

Edikang Ikong / Edikaikong soup is a nutritious Nigerian soup recipe made with a generous amount of fresh leafy vegetables, dried fish and assorted meat. It is actually one of the native soups of  the south-eastern states(Efiks) of Nigeria(Cross River

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Baked Nigerian Moi Moi Recipe

By baking Nigerian Moi Moi in the oven, I get these cute cup-sized Moi Moi that kids love. They are also the perfect size for when you have guests. Ingredients for Baked Nigerian Moi Moi For 12 muffin cups of

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Chicken Suya Salad Recipe

Chicken Suya Salad is simply the yummy medemede of Chicken Suya with all the vegetables that go well with suya, in one plate. It is a nice way to serve your guests Chicken Suya. You can do the same with

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How to Cook Nigerian Egg Stew

Egg stew is often mistaken for Tomato Omelette. Both are not quite the same. Yes, they are both prepared with the same ingredients, just not in the same quantities. While Tomato Omelette consists mainly of eggs, Egg Stew has more

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Nigerian Yam & Vegetable with Ukpaka (Ugba)

As the name states, this recipe is a basic yam and vegetable mix. The good thing is that this recipe lets you try a wide range of leafy vegetables which can go with the yam staple: green Amaranth, fluted pumpkin,

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How to cook Banga Soup (Ofe Akwu) Recipe

Nigerian Banga Soup or Ofe Akwu is native to the Niger Delta and the South Eastern parts of Nigeria. In the Niger Delta areas, Banga soup is commonly eaten with various fufu recipes: Starch, Pounded Yam, Semolina, Garri and Cassava

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How to Make Nigerian Coconut Candy

There are many snacks/desserts referred to as coconut candy but the sweet chewy Coconut Candy discussed here is the one we make in Nigeria. Though some work goes to grating the fresh coconut meat into tiny pieces, the snack itself

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How to prepare Roasted Plantain (Boli)

How to prepare Roasted Plantain (Boli) This is a summer weekend delight. You can roast or chargrill both ripe and unripe plantain. If you have a sweet tooth, you definitely want to go for the roasted ripe plantain. Add some

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Nigerian stews, sauces you can make without tomatoes

Tomatoes is a favorite staple in Nigeria, and so, a large number of people who cannot cope with the inflation in its price are hesitant to make the widely enjoyed stew and are now seeking alternative ways to make sauces

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Delicacies you simply must try if you’re ever in Nigeria.

  Get a head start on the best travel information in Nigeria – https://www.9jatravel.com.ng/ These are Nigerian meals you must try while you’re here : 1.) PARTY Jollof Rice:- The Almighty Jollof rice, get ready for a taste of a

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