So much for a break huh? Just another tip I thought I’d share with you for cooking white rice. Instead of just cooking it with water and salt, try adding 1 or 2 knorr cubes, ground pepper and 2 or … For directions & more, keep reading!
Just popped in to give a quick tip on how to make Oat Flour. I was recently told about this as a substitute for eating eba, iyan, amala etc. It’s much lighter than the aforementioned and a much healthier option … For directions & more, keep reading!
If you remember a while back, I had a small poll going on the side asking what folks wanted to see more of. If I remember correctly, the most popular was ‘Nigerian dishes,’ and after that was ‘Date Night dishes.’ … For directions & more, keep reading!
This is a stew that originated from the Ijebus in Nigeria. I had it for the first time a few years ago and fell in love at first bite. It’s a dark green stew and is uber spicy. If you don’t like heat, this would probably not be for you, though you could reduce the scotch bonnet pepper, it just wouldn’t be the same.
When done right, it should have your nose runny after the first couple of bites. That said, this is my first time making it, so I’ll share some of my findings at the bottom of this post. You can find it at most Nigerian restaurants and it is mainly served with white rice. For ingredients with a star at the side, info can be found below for that. For directions & more, keep reading!
Never before have I thought of making scotch eggs. Matter of fact, I haven’t eaten them for quite a few years now. Almost a decade, sheesh. The last time I had them were from Mr. Biggs in Nigeria!
So, what possessed me to try these out is beyond me, but once the idea got a hold of me, I just had to try it. Then came the problem of figuring out what kind of sausage to use. If you’re Nigerian, you might remember Satis sausage. OMG! That was the business. For directions & more, keep reading!