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

May Recipes

Kankaran Tsamiya (Frozen Tamarind Juice)

kankaran tsamiya
The Northern Nigerian licky-licky for a cold day. You can call it traditional lollipop.

Ofe Ugba

ofe ugba
Ofe Ugba, native to Imo and Abia states of Nigeria is simply Okra Soup cooked with shredded oil beans but tastes so different.

Miyan Kuka

miyan kuka recipe
This Northern Nigerian baobab leaves soup will leave you wondering where you have been and why you have never tried this soup.

Cauliflower Stir-fry

cauliflower stirfry
A healthy meal and side dish you can add to your family menu.

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 May.

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♥ ♥ ♥
Flo

Comments

  1. Adedeji Khadeejah says:

    It’s a wonderful experience learning from cook book. Thank you alot

  2. patience says:

    post on ur recent recipe

  3. Thanks for this opportunity Aunty Flo. For those with babies and toddlers, do check out these recipes that you can make with avocado on http://mummysyum.com/avocado-for-babies-and-toddlers
    Also this yummy fritters made with yam and sweetcorn on http://mummysyum.com/yam-corn-fritters/ is a perfect fingerfood and also one that will make it to the lunchbox.

  4. Thanks for this opportunity Aunty Flo.
    This yummy fritters made with yam and sweetcorn on http://mummysyum.com/yam-corn-fritters/ is a perfect fingerfood and also one that will make it to the lunchbox.

  5. Andem Nina Bassey says:

    Thanks Aunty Flo, the video on the tamarind juice hasn’t being found. I am very interested in how you prepare it.

    • Andem watch the video on the recipe page (Kunun Gyada video). In that video, you will see me soak and crush the tamarind with a sieve. The rest of the procedure is straightforward, just pour that juice into ice cube trays or lollipop molds and freeze. Here’s the video: https://youtu.be/2Up4cKGSyAU

  6. Ozioma Veselic Okoli says:

    Aunty Flo, is it only in Nig that we can get the Kuka powder?. Thanks for all the recipes that you are given us love from Serbia.

    • Ozioma I bought mine from Nigeria. But if you live in a big city with a large Nigerian community, you may be lucky to find it in African shops. My Ghanaian friend also told me that they cook with kuka powder so I guess it is a popular ingredient. So search for it in African food shops where you live and see if you have any luck.

      You are welcome. 🙂 Wow, all the way from Serbia – Nigerians everywhere you go. 😉

  7. Rabi Ibrahim says:

    We usually put kuka as the last ingredient when making the soup

  8. Halima nature says:

    I love all the recpies my husband loves them to get more recipes pls

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