New Recipe: Nigerian Moi Moi with Beans Flour

We already know how to cook Nigerian Moi Moi with beans seeds but how to cook it with beans flour is a different ball game.

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New Recipe: Nigerian Fried Beans

Fried Beans kwa? O yes we also fry beans, with Palm Oyel! 😀 It’s a different way to prepare beans which is a hit even with beans haters.

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How to Cut Leafy Vegetables Faster

Here’s a quick way to cut leafy vegetables. Handy for when you are preparing something like Nigerian Vegetable Soup (Edikang Ikong).

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Homemade Stock Cubes (Basic Version)

Some people have different reasons for not eating store-bought stock cubes. Here’s how to make your own stock cubes at home.

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New Recipe: Plantain Mosa (Plan-cakes)

Add some excitement to your morning pancakes by using overripe plantains to make them.

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Nigerian Puff Puff: Your Questions Answered

Watch me answer the questions I have been getting about making Nigerian Puff Puff in a video.

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New Recipe: Plantain Mosa (Plantain Puffs)

If you love Puff Puff, you’ll love this one even more. Plantain Puffs are lighter and have a natural delicious sweetness to it.

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Alternative to Edible Potash (Akanwu, Kanwa, Kaun or Keun)

Akanwu (edible potash) has a lot of bad press. Here is a great alternative.

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Nigerian Cooking 101: What Would You Do?

You walk into your kitchen and you see this pot boiling over: What do you do to stop the foaming?

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How to Get Smooth Tomato Puree Without a Blender

Have you ever been in a situation where you are just about to blend some tomatoes and NEPA strikes? There are many more reasons why you will find this tip useful.

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