Local Dishes

Edikang Ikong Soup Recipe

Edikang ikong is a Nigerian recipe originating from the South-South. So I greet you my awesome south-south readers Abadie o? Idioko! Idemfo? Asong! Now many tribes cook the Edikang ikong delicacy for their families. Try the recipe and see why we

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Coconut Fresh Corn pottage

Ingredients 3 Corn cobs 8 pieces roasted Chicken breast 2 cloves Garlic, pinch thyme, dry Pepper, 1 cooking spoon Vegetable oil, chicken seasoning, salt to taste( mix together for seasoning the chicken) 11/2 cups  Coconut milk 1/4 cup Green peas

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Plan-Cakes Recipe (Plantain Mosa)

Hey there food lovers. Found a new recipe called Plan-cakes. Yippee!! It’s always sad for me whenever I have to throw out food stuffs because of their  perishable nature or thanks to our darling PHCN (electricity company in Nigeria). In

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Yam Porridge Recipe

Yam porridge is one of the lovely delicacy in my home while growing up. The process of making yam porridge differs depending on where you come from in Nigeria. Today we will try it out the way it is prepared

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Catfish Pepper Soup Recipe

The Nigerian Catfish Pepper Soup (popularly known as Point & Kill) is the Nigerian pepper soup that is usually eaten at exclusive Nigerian pepper soup joints and also some bars & restaurants. Even if you can get Nigerian Pepper Soup in

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Akara Recipe (Bean Cake)

Today, let’s have a look at akara recipe but first what is akara? Akara, which is also known as Bean Cakes, Bean Balls, Bean Fritas or Acarajé in Portuguese is a Nigerian breakfast recipe made with beans. Now let’s begin.

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Watch How to Make Ogbono Soup

Ogbono Soup also known as Draw Soup makes eating Fufu Recipes so easy because of its slimy nature which helps the lumps of fufu slide down. If your kids do not like Okra Soup because of the chunks of Okra, then try Ogbono Soup, they will surely

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Egusi Soup

The Nigerian Egusi soup, prepared with melon seeds, is native to the southern part of Nigeria – Igbos and Yorubas. Egusi soup is also one of the most popular soups for all Nigerians and non-Nigerians that like Nigerian fufu recipes.

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