All Nigerian Recipes Cookbook
All Nigerian Recipes Cookbook
All Nigerian Recipes Cookbook

July & August 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 months of July and August. Yes, I was on holiday in July so not many recipes during that month hence I am merging the highlights of the two months in this post. Click the blue text to go to each recipe page.

July & August Recipes

Carrot Cupcakes with Avocado Frosting

You should be making these forever moist carrot cakes in your kitchen right now. Smells and tastes to good.
carrot cup cake

Vegetable and Shrimp Sauce

An easy, quick and delicious sauce that goes well with all boilable Nigerian staple foods especially Boiled Yam.
vegetable shrimp sauce

Chicken Shawarma

We nicked this one from the Lebanese who brought it to Nigeria and made it ours. So yummy!
chicken shawarma

Bitterleaf Soup (Ofe Onugbu)

Learn how to prepare your best Bitterleaf Soup yet, no fail recipe!

How to Make Coconut Oil if you do not have a fridge

I have updated the Coconut Oil process for those who do not get the caking at the top and for those who do not have a fridge.

White Fish Soup

A delicious white fish soup perfect for kids and those on a low carb diet.
fish soup

Classic Creamy Coleslaw

There is coleslaw and then there is the classic creamy coleslaw. Learn how to make this special salad sibling. It is so versatile, here it is served with savoury fried meat.
fish soup

July & August Highlights

Boiled Groundnuts (Boiled Peanuts)

I held a live broadcast on YouTube recently where in addiction to the chit chat, I showed how I boiled peanuts. Click here to subscribe to my YouTube channel to be notified whenever I go live over there. Remember to click the small bell beside the subscribe button because that ensures that you will receive the notification.

Nigerians Can Haggle!

Follow me to a Nigerian food market in Delta State and enjoy the haggling, sights and sounds and see the various food items available in a typical Nigerian food market.

Biggest Nigerian Food Ingredients Haul

Whenever I travel to Nigeria, I show you all the ingredients I bring back with me. But I have never brought back this much. Watch and see all the Nigerian ingredients I brought back to help you in writing your Nigerian food ingredients list for your next visit.

Preserving Nigerian Ingredients

In the video below, you will learn how I preserve Nigerian ingredients, from dry grains to fresh leafy vegetables.

Enjoy the recipes and highlights!

If you are a food blogger, feel free to comment below and post a link to a recipe you uploaded in the months of July and August.

Follow All Nigerian Recipes on Instagram and tag @allnigerianrecipes when you prepare these meals.

♥ ♥ ♥
Flo

Comments

Comments

  1. hello ma…nice work you’re doing here. pls I want to make a re- order for all Nigerian recipe cookbook by flo madubike.the first time i ordered from konga it wasn’t in store so they brought a wrong book for me.I just want to inquire and be sure that all the recipes here online are exactly the same in the book.pls I would like a quick response from you.thank you and job well done

    • Hi Joyce, the recipes in the cookbook are everything on the website at the time of publishing the book in 2013. Since then, I have been adding new recipes to the website but there is no way to add them to the cookbook because it has been printed. These new recipes, you will NOT see in the cookbook.
      Please watch this video >> https://youtu.be/IYJFeQJtF1s to see the inside of the cookbook and click here to see the table of contents of the cookbook before you place your first order. Yes, first order because what happened with your first order was that since it was not available on Konga at that time, you placed an order for another cookbook not All Nigerian Recipes Cookbook.

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