How to Cook Nigerian Okpa, Okpa di Oku

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 recipe is for you.

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Yam Porridge with Bitterleaf

Here’s another, more traditional way to prepare Yam Porridge.

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What Happens If You Boil Coca-Cola Coke?

Will you continue to drink Cocacola Coke after reading this?

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New Recipe: Nigerian Cowfoot Porridge

There are not many Nigerian recipes where we can use cow foot, right? Here’s one more recipe to add to your cow foot recipes list.

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What Would You Do? Water Logged Jollof Rice

What would you do if you found out that the Jollof Rice you are cooking is already soft, yet contains lots of water? Join the conversation.

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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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