Local Dishes

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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Kunu Recipe

Kunu is a popular drink from the northern part of Nigeria. Inakwana my lovely readers, this drink has two form depending on the main ingredient used; Kunu Zaki from millet and Kunu Gyada from groundnut which sometimes can be sprinkled

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Buka Stew (Obe Ata) Recipe

Hello dear readers, Oyinbo Princess did a lovely post about her Buka Stew recipe. I’m sure you all will love it.   Buka Stew I don dey cook for the past few hours and the smell sef don sweet me!! Na

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Danwake (Hausa) Recipe

Danwake is a dish from the Hausa tribe of Nigeria. Ìnákwáná sweethearts, let’s take a tripe to the north. Yippee!! Danwake is our treat.*wink*   To some Hausas, danwake is a favourite dish specially served with a very spicy sauce. This isn’t

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Banga Soup Recipe (Palm Nut soup)

Banga soup (also called palm nut soup) is a Nigerian delicacy indigenous to the Niger-Delta people. It can be likened to the Igbo version which they call “Ofe Akwu” and also the Efik version of palm nut soup called “Abak

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Ikokore Recipe: Ijebu Specialty

Ikokore is a delicious meal that the Ìjèbú people of the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria pride as their specialty. You will rarely find an Ìjèbú indigene that says he or she does not like the Ikokore delicacy. Ikokore is very

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Editan Soup Recipe

Editan soup is mainly eaten by the Ibibios of Akwa Ibom state and so to find this vegetable in the market you can easily ask the ‘Calabar’ traders. You can actually have them slice it for you in the market.

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Plantain Moin-Moin (Ukpo Ogede)

Yippee! Found another use for the overripe plantain, it’s called Plantain Moin-Moin (Ukpo Ogede). Yes o! I’m still on my team-no-wastage parade and here again is something 00h la la you can do with that overripe plantain you were thinking

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