Oil-free Nigerian Tomato Stew

vegan nigerian tomato stew

At the young age of 23, I found myself pregnant for the second time and weighing over 300 lbs (136 kg) the extra weight was uncomfortable, painful, and caused me to be self conscious and depressed. I needed to find a way to be healthier for my husband and my children, but unfortunately I struggled… Read More…

New Recipe: Peppered Snails

Peppered Snails

Today I bring to you a special recipe that you find in Nigerian restaurants. It is also served as small chops at parties. Click here >> Peppered Snail for the recipe. If you have any questions about this recipe, click here and ask me. Or watch the video below: Your pally in the kitchen,

How to Remove Slime from Snails

remove snail slime

Snails have a very sticky substance known as snail slime that we must remove before using the snails in our cooking. How to Remove Snail Slime [Video] Tools You will need a blunt object for breaking the shells of the snails. You will need a pointed object to push the snail out of the shell…. Read More…

Smoked Fish (Nigerian Style)

smoked fish

Smoked fish is perfect for the following Nigerian recipes: Okra Soup Concoction Rice Abacha (African Salad) You can also add it to: Bitterleaf Soup Banga Stew (Ofe Akwu) Ora (Oha) Soup and many more. Read how to make it in your own kitchen at >> Smoked Fish. Or watch the video below: Your pally in… Read More…

Grilled Tilapia

grilled tilapia

We need to grab this Grilled Tilapia while it’s still hot. No need for a long story with this one, the image tells how delicious it is! Will you try it? Get the recipe at >> Grilled Tilapia. I served it with Fruit Skewers (Fruit Kebabs) Or watch the video below: Your pally in the… Read More…

Iya Dun Dun’s Fried Yam

fried yam

I still remember those Sundays when we used to queue up at Mama Fried Yam’s stall (Iya Dun Dun’s stall) for that perfect Fried Yam that is crunchy on the outside and moist inside. Fried Yam may sound like a no-brainer meal to prepare. Is it not just to cut yam and fry? LOL But… Read More…

How to Cook Nigerian Okpa, Okpa di Oku

okpa

If you have ever tasted Okpa 9th Mile, Okpa Oji River or Okpa Wawa and you want to replicate that classic taste in your home, this new recipe is for you. If you are looking for a new recipe to add to your Nigerian menu, this is for you. Every Nigerian loves Okpa. The Bambara… Read More…

Yam Porridge with Bitterleaf

Nigerian yam porridge with bitterleaf

If you walk into the house of someone from Igboland and smell Bitterleaf Soup, please make sure you confirm what exactly they are cooking before you go dey drool for Bitterleaf Soup when they are cooking Bitterleaf Yam Porridge. But not to worry, you will not be disappointed at all when this meal lands in… Read More…

What Happens If You Boil Coca-Cola Coke?

What would happen if you boil coke

I’ve heard all sorts of bad things and seen all those experiments about Coca-Cola Coke but none of them scared me as much as the experiment in the video below. We do not drink Coke in my home. We don’t even buy it to keep in the fridge for guests. I only buy Fanta because… Read More…

New Recipe: Nigerian Cowfoot Porridge

Cowfoot Porridge

This recipe answers the question: What other ways can I use cow foot in Nigerian cooking? Is it only Nkwobi that Nigerians use cow foot for? In addition to Nkwobi, I also use cow foot for Cowfoot Porridge. Visit the following link for the recipe: Cowfoot Porridge or watch the video below. We use cow… Read More…