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April Recipes

I am always updating the recipes website behind the scenes. Every month I make a post here on the blog announcing those recipes. The following are the new recipes added to All Nigerian Recipes website in the month of April. Click the blue text to go to each recipe page.

April Recipes

Easy and Light Ogbono Soup

ogbono soup easy recipe
Is this the easiest Ogbono Soup recipe? Perfect for when you want to prepare light Ogbono Soup.

Potato and Fish Porridge

potato and fish porridge
Potato and Fish Porridge with its blend of flavours is a meal you would want to add to your family menu today.

Kunun Gyada

kunun gyada
Kunun Gyada, a northern Nigerian gruel is my go to comfort drink. It is a great addition to your breakfast too.

Strawberry Milkshake

strawberry milkshake
A milkshake is a heavy creamy drink that is often used as a dessert. See how to make one with strawberries.

Enjoy the recipes!

In the month of April, I uploaded the 200th video on All Nigerian Recipes’ Youtube channel. Click here to subscribe to my YouTube channel so that you will be the first to know when I upload new Nigerian food videos. I upload new videos every Thursday! 😉


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♥ ♥ ♥
Flo

Comments

  1. belle ajani says:

    Love the potato and fish :gonna try that now

  2. linda peter says:

    Aunty Flo please the black pepper u used in most of your meal is it “Grind Cameroon Pepper”. Tanx

    • No Linda. You know those tiny black pepper seeds that are used to cook yam pepper soup for new mothers? They are called uziza and uda seeds in Igbo. Use any of those. You need to grind/pound them into powder first before adding to the meal.

  3. Chinenye says:

    Please can i also use sweet potato to prepare this meal?

  4. Andem Nina Bassey says:

    My question at the moment is concerning the strawberry milkshake and to know if it also possible to use any other fruits like pineapple, apple or mango. I would truly appreciate it the quick respond. Thanks and God bless to you and your family.

    • Yes, you can use other fruits Andem. But you need fruits that work well with milk. Some fruits such as apple and pineapple do not go well with milk due to their texture. When using pineapple or apple, it is advisable to add another fruit that works well with milk eg banana. But you can try them individually and see if you like them as milkshakes because personal preferences vary.
      Bless you too dear. :)

  5. u keep makn ma mouth water..pls make u dey post tasting na…4 some of us dah cnt try some of dis foods i.e students no resources n tym

    • lol @ posting tasting!
      Blame the digital gurus dear. They need to make a tasting app sharp sharp. 😀

  6. I must say a big thank you for the amazing recipes. In making ice creams, I notice the use of whipping creams. Is it the same with heavy cream. Pls, I would like you to throw more light on it. I couldn’t find it in most super market s. I. Saw cooking cream instead. Are they all the same?

    • Tonia what we have here are ordinary whipping cream and heavy whipping cream. The difference between them is that the heavy whipping cream contains more milk fat than ordinary whipping cream. So you can use either of them. I would not use the one that is only labelled as cooking cream because the type we have here that is labelled as such does not turn fluffy like whipping creams when whipped. So my guess is that the cooking cream you are talking about MAY affect the texture of the ice cream. Instead of being creamy, it MAY be icy.

      If all else fails, use the one available to you and see how it goes. :)

  7. fellybee says:

    cant i use ugwu leave for the potato porage

    • Yes, you can but it is not advisable to use it as a garnish like I used in the photo because raw ugu is not palatable. Slice them up and add to the porridge about 2 minutes before you turn off the stove. Stir when done.