African Dishes

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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SHREDDED TURKEY AND PONMO YAM POTTAGE

I have been dreaming of pottage for weeks and couldn’t resist the urge to eat yam anymore but I didn’t want the traditional palm oil pottage (asaro). I wanted something different with an entirely different taste yet very delicious. I

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MATSE’S PLANTAIN BREAD

I love plantain and I buy a lot of it. The sad part is that when it gets too ripe, it becomes quite useless to me. What do I do next? I toss it into the garbage bin. Waste of

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Breakfast

My bff Toke was visiting me over the weekend and I was forced to cook for her seeing as she has lost over 30pounds in one year from not eating my food…smh!!!! On Sunday we had a huge breakfast and

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Breakfast or brunch? Sardine sandwich + Zobo

I was at the African store earlier this week trying to get some supplies and I came across this tin of sardine and so many memories came rushing back. I remember eating sardine and bread for breakfast most weekday mornings

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Abacha (African Salad) Recipe – Special African Dishes

The first time I heard of African Salad which is popularly know in Nigeria as Abacha, I got interested immediately. And wanted to know how it is prepared. You had to see me, I was thrilled to learn we have

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Omi Ukpoka (Corn Soup) Recipe

Recipe for Corn Soup (Omi Ukpoka) Ingredients – 8 pieces Beef – Handful smoked Fish – 10 pieces smoked Prawn – 2 tablespoons finely ground Corn – 1 cooking spoon  PalmOil – 2 pieces ground African Nutmeg – 1tsp ground Uziza –

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Ghana Recipe: Banku with Okra Soup

Hello people! Let’s go on some tatse experience tour. Today’s recipe is the Ghana Recipe: Banku with Okra Soup. Yipee!!   Banku with Okra soup is a traditional recipe from western Africa, and I called it Ghana recipe because the

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