Recent Posts & Recipes You Missed

It has been a hectic start of the year with me being in Nigeria and equipping my Nigerian kitchen so I have not been updating this blog a lot. Email communication has also reduced as people use social media more so I do not know how many people are actually reading these updates that are sent via emails.

These days most people hardly check their e-mails so those who receive
these notifications via email hardly see them. I know because I hardly check my personal emails either.

I mostly use this blog-side of the All Nigerian Recipes platform to send you updates. So in order to help me channel my time resources to where it is needed more, please click here to comment on the blog telling me if you still read the updates I send to your email.

In recent times, most people prefer to receive updates via social media.
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Anyway, I hope you are all well.

The following are the recipes you may have missed this year.

Banana Bread

This Banana Bread is so moist and yummy, you would not want to miss it. Click here to watch the video and click here for the written recipe.
banana bread

Yam Pepper Soup

This is one of the most traditional Igbo recipes for when you want to prepare a more filling pepper soup meal. So spicy and yummy! Click here for the video and click here for the written recipe.
yam peppersoup

Rice Pancake (Sinasir)

Sinasir is yet another way to enjoy your breakfast while moving away from flour. I love eating it with Nigerian Suya. Click here for the video and click here for the written recipe.
sinasir

Potato Love Island

With this recipe you will see how to make the tastiest mashed potatoes as well as enjoy the sauce that comes with it.
Click here for the video and click here for the written recipe.
Potato Love Island (Mashed Potato with Sauce)

Cauliflower Wrap

Cauliflower Wrap is for those on a low carb, high fat diet but you can easily customize it to meet your personal diet needs. So yummy!
If you do not like the texture of boiled cauliflower, now is the time to start enjoying cauliflower by cheating.
Click here for the video and click here for the written recipe.
cauliflower wrap

DIY Carrot Oil

Want to get in on one of my secrets to defying ageing? Then click here to watch the video and learn how to make your own carrot oil. And click here to read about the benefits and get some easy Carrot Oil recipes.
best DIY Carrot Oil

Oiless Tomato Stew

This has been sitting on my request list for the longest time as I test different ways to prepare Nigerian Red Stew without frying the tomato puree in oil while keeping it tasty. I am happy to finally release this video.
Click here for the video and click here for the written recipe.
oiless tomato stew

Achicha Ede (Echicha Ede)

One of the most traditional Igbo foods that I love so much! Click here for the video and click here for the written recipe.
achicha ede

Yam Balls (Easter Recipe)

This one is bursting with flavours. Go get yours. And it is a great Easter recipe too. Click here for the video and click here for the written recipe.
yam balls

My Kitchen Equipment Chronicals

And have you been following me as I equip my kitchen in Nigeria from scratch?
No? What have you been doing? Click here to watch me buy the electrical appliances and utensils for my kitchen.

I share the challenges, what I look for in each appliance example this blender, the best pots for cooking Nigerian food and how I take care of my pots (click here for that) and many more.
I have learnt a lot documenting this series and lots of people say they have learnt a lot too.

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Comments

Comments

  1. Temitope Sosanya says:

    Yes! I’m cooking delicious food

  2. Princess says:

    I’m still here babe as always.

  3. Oreoluwa says:

    I enjoy reading from you always. Pls keep the good work. GOD BLESS YOUREAL GOOD

  4. Oluwatosin Ayeni says:

    I am “everly” with you dear Flo

  5. Munachiso says:

    I am here and cooking delicious foods dear Flo

  6. I’m still here I love all your recipes and have been making some ibgo foods

  7. Amina Aliyu says:

    Thanks soo much, dear Flo for all the remarkable work. Its highly appreciated, we love all ur work.

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