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June 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 June. Click the blue text to go to each recipe page.

June Recipes

How to make Abacha from Cassava Tubers

abacha for african salad

You can now make your own Abacha, the main ingredient for African Salad in your own home.

Soya Milk

soya milk

Soya Milk is a refreshing rich drink, a plant based source of milk that can replace cow milk on your breakfast table.

Curry Gravy

nigerian curry gravy

Curry Gravy is a very quick and easy "stew" for boiled yam and boiled potatoes!

Nigerian Pepper Stew (Obe Ata Din Din)

nigerian pepper stew

How to prepare and enjoy Nigerian Pepper Stew without setting your mouth on fire!

Enjoy the recipes!

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

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

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  1. Tracy Igba says

    Thanks alot ma’am for your wisdom on culinary work.

  2. Folashade Owoade says

    Great job you’re doing. Please, how can I get the recipe book besides online. I live in Lagos. Are you on WhatsApp?

    • Thank you! 🙂
      You can buy it from this shop in Lagos:
      Somy Supermarket, 1A Hughes Avenue, Alagomeji Yaba, Lagos. 08022264555 Price: N7,000

      I don’t know why you do not want to buy online. If it is before you do not want to go through ordering it online, you can call Konga on this number: 014605555 and tell them that you want to buy All Nigerian Recipes Cookbook with product code: 1283989 and they will place the order for you and ship to you. It’s N6,000 + N750 delivery charge to a Lagos address.

      No, I’m not on WhatsApp.

  3. Agnes Obi says

    Love your food blog.
    Great job.

  4. Ifeoma cindy says

    Can I use any kind of cassava to make abacha?

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