I’ll just pretend I didn’t disappear for more than a month without notice, and, because you guys love me, I’m sure you won’t mind.
I heard about this soup from a woman in one village market here, in Abuja. I recently discovered it, and you cannot stop me from going there every friday now(the market is a friday market). I have found new foods and ingredients that I have never seen, or heard of, before, and I am fascinated. I didn’t know so much variety exists in Nigeria when it comes to food o. Na wa. Everytime the women see me now, they start laughing because I take a notebook with me, sit down, and ask one of them to give me a recipe I have never heard of. Continue reading
I’ve been bad. I just realised my last post was a month ago. For what now? Lol. Truth is I’ve been on the road. I had a wedding to attend and a host of other engagements. I’m glad all that’s over, and I can relax a bit now! I know you guys forgive me and i know you still love me…
This recipe is really easy, and very tasty. The combo of the peanut butter and the greens turned out magnificently well. The only downside was that it didn’t freeze well because of the greens. Next time I’m using Ugu (pumpkin leaves) Continue reading
Posted in Good For Endo, Good For Fibroids, Good For Men, Good For PCOS, Low Sugar, Lunch, Salads and Sides, Soups and Sauces
Tagged amaranth recipes, greens, healthy nigerian food, nigerian food
Crappy picture alert! I made these at night and the lightibg conditions weren’t the best. Mea culpa. Don’t judge these wings by the pictures though! They were very nice!
You can use this method and recipe for any other cut of chicken, just vary the cooking time. It’s a really fast way to cook chicken, and it took 20 minutes from preparation to eating. *Muma, you’ll love this!!!*
Another Ghanaian recipe today. I love their recipes because their foods taste closest to ours. They love their heat and spices, so I’m all for Ghanaian food…and Ivorien…and Senegalese…and Gabonese…and Kenyan…I. LOVE. FOOD. SIMPLE!!!
Zeezy, Atinuke, and the 3 other people who emailed me concerning a Ramadan menu, here it is.
I CANNOT believe I haven’t posted this yet. I’m sorry for holding back such a delicious recipe from you. Mea culpa.
A while ago, I went to visit a Ghanaian friend of mine and she offered me rice and one sauce like that. I was in love! The sauce had a texture I couldn’t lay my hands on, a velvety smooth mouth feel. I asked her what was in it, and she said eggplants. I was intrigued. I ate my fill ojare! Who no like better thing?
Posted in Fertility Friendly, Good For Endo, Good For Fibroids, Good For Men, Good For PCOS, Health Conscious, Low Sugar, Soups and Sauces
Tagged easy sauce, egg plant, eggplant, garden egg, healthy nigerian food, nigerian food, nigerian recipes