I got to the entrance and we were told we can’t enter too, but why?
I remember my mum calling me to warn me to avoid buying meat and fish. The fear of being touched by the usually touchy agbero for East passengers on Jibowu road rose from 1-10. I couldn’t wait for the weekend to come.
I’m a really big fan of spaghetti but i can’t say same for green pepper. I really don’t know if it’s the smell of the green pepper or the taste that doesn’t agree with me.
One of the issues some people have with agbalumo is its sour taste. Personally i think there’s always a sour part of agbalumo no matter how sweet it is. However i have noticed that if the entire fruit is sweet, a particular part of the fruit which is the seeds are always sweet. if the seeds of the agbalumo is sour, then you really selected wrong.
If you are running on a low budget just as I am this month, this palm oil pepper stew is for you.
By the time i finished eating, my perception did not remain the same. My trip to Ibadan inspired this recipe. Boli (roasted plantain) as it’s fondly called in Nigeria is NOT one of the things i crave easily. One reason for that is my first and second experience after buying it in Lagos. The inside felt like
COCONUT JOLLOF RICE Cook Time: 50 minutes Yield: 4 servings When I was younger, I thought the reason a particular rice is called coconut rice is because… Read more “How to Make Coconut Jollof Rice”
Who says Ugu can’t stand alone? Trust me. You’ll change your mind after trying this recipe and combo. Ugu is one unique leaf with unique nutrients. So, it’s not every time Ugu (pumpkin leaf) requires the support of egusi (melon). Sometimes, you just need to give ugu the chance to stand alone as a soup.
YAM POTTAGE Hi food lovers, this recipe is for you. The reason why I added ayamase sauce to my porridge is because i’m that Nigerian lady that… Read more “How to Make Nigerian Yam Pottage”