Local Dishes

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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How to Make Agidi or Eko

Nigerian Agidi or Eko is Nigeria’s Jello sort of. It is made with corn flour. The process is very similar to how to make Ogi but with a slight difference.   Agidi or Eko tastes so good with hot Akara

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How to Cook Okpa di Oku: Oji River Okpa and 9th Mile Okpa

Okpa di oku, Okpa di oku, Okpa! Okpa!! Okpa!!! If you are travelling to Enugu, Nigeria from Onitsha, Lagos etc, anywhere from the west of Enugu, these shouts from Okpa sellers will remind you that you are approaching Enugu. How

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How to Cook Garden Egg Sauce/Stew

Garden Egg Sauce may well be the best sauce for Boiled White Yam. It contains palm oil which boiled yam loves. It can also be prepared with vegetable oil but I do not recommend that. Keep reading for details. How

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How to make Pound Cake

The cake baking territory is one that I have avoided for quite some time, but baking the pound cake opened me to the world of baking. I really enjoyed the process as it is absolutely easy compared with my initial

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Nigerian Suya Recipe – Nigerian Suya on a Charcoal Grill

If you are new to my blog or landed on this page while looking for Nigerian suya recipe, you might also be interested in my previous blog post: How to make Nigerian Suya . It is quite informative and takes you through

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Corned beef hash and eggs

  I am not a breakfast person. I cannot remember the last time I own woke up and made myself breakfast when I did not have anyone in my house. The weird thing about this situation is how much I

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Okro Soup (Obè ilá àsèpò) Recipe

Okro soup is another sumptuous Nigerian recipe you will surely love. The Yoruba people of Nigeria call their Okro soup by the name “Obè ilá” or sometimes depending on how it is cooked they call it “Obè ilá àsèpò” while

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Isi Ewu: Watch Delicious Spicy Goat Head Recipe

Isi Ewu a term used for Goat head in Igbo dialect is often confused with another Ibo delicacy called Nkwobi (Cow leg). Both of these delicious delicacies are similar but have their own unique difference and alluring taste. The very

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Nkwobi: Watch the Delicious Spicy Cow Foot Recipe

Nkwobi (Spicy Cow Foot) is a Nigerian delicacy that is usually ordered and enjoyed in exclusive restaurants. The word ‘Nkwobi’ means cow foot or cow leg in Igbo language. Ndewonu o!! to my darling Ibo readers   It is simply

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