How To Make Gbegiri Soup From Canned Beans

My mantra for cooking has always been “why spend hours in the kitchen when you can free up the time for something else by substituting the ingredients”. This is what

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How To Make Ogi/Akamu From Scratch

Ogi is a fermented food with custard-like consistency which is eaten across West Africa. It is called pap in English. It could be made from corn, millet or sorghum; and

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Chicken Suya Tray Bake

Everyone loves a tray bake, right? It is the perfect “not sure what to have” meal and  doesn’t come better than this simple, but delicious crispy chicken suya tray bake

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How To Make Suya Spice At Home

Suya is well known and loved by Nigerians regardless of their ethnic group. On the streets of Lagos, and other metropolitan cities in the country; you will find “Mai suya”

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Air Fryer Boli – Roasted Plantain

Roasted plantain is a popular street food in Nigeria, locally known as “Boli” or “Bole”, depending on which part of the country you are. If you are walking down the

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Kuku Paka – East African Chicken Curry

Chicken is cooked in spiced coconut sauce to make Kuku paka, a rich and creamy curry which is popular in the coastal regions of East Africa, particularly Kenya and Tanzania.

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Curried Couscous Recipe

Fluffy curried couscous packed with colourful vegetables is great as a main meal or served as a side with your favourite protein. This simple couscous recipe is mostly savoury with

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Vegetarian Ayamase Stew

Although plant-based foods form the base of Nigerian diet, our party foods are heavily meat based; and Ayamase has become a party staple in recent years. Vegetarian Ayamase recipe will

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Breakfast Couscous Thiakry

If you have only ever used couscous for savoury recipes, you must try this delightful breakfast couscous Thiakry, topped with fruits. This recipe was inspired by Thiakry; a dairy based

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South African Chakalaka Recipe

Africa has some of the most delicious, cooked salad recipes. There is Abacha from Nigeria, Taktouka from Morocco; and of course, Chakalaka from South Africa. South African Chakalaka is warm

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