Nigerian Noodles with Seafood

This Nigerian noodles with seafood prepared with spices and mixed seafood is deliciously spicy, with a hint of creamy sweetness from coconut milk. It takes everyday noodles from boring to

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Ayamase One Pot Rice With Prawns and Smoked Mackerel

Call it Ayamase jollof or Ayamase concoction rice, whatever you call it, this Ayamase one pot rice with smoked mackerel and prawns is easy to make and bursting with the

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Savoury Plantain Pancake Recipe

If you are ever left with over ripe plantains that no one wants; as it often happens in my house; or if you’re thinking of a plantain breakfast, lunch or

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Nigerian Style Cocoyam Soup

Hearty cocoyam soup inspired by the soups I ate while growing up in Nigeria is easy to make, nutritious and very tasty. To make this dish; cocoyam is cooked in

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Chermoula Pasta With Tuna

If you are looking for a super tasty addition to your “quick”, work evening meals, then you must try this chermoula pasta with tuna. Chermoula is a fragrant and citrussy

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Salmon Rasta Pasta

Get a taste of Jamaica with this delicious salmon Rasta pasta. Rasta pasta is spicy and decadent at the same time from a combination of jerk spices, creamy coconut milk

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Gari Fotor With Sardines

Garri is one of the most accessible and versatile food available to West Africans. It is one of those foods you will find in a Nigerian household, home and abroad;

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Nigerian Native Jollof Rice

Nigerian native jollof is one of the less talked about rice dishes in the country for some reason, but the dish is absolutely delicious. It is easy to prepare and

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Harissa Plantain And Fish Sheet Pan

I’ve been travelling for work lately, and sheet pan dinners have been a kitchen life saver! This harissa plantain and fish sheet pan has quickly become one of my favourites.

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Nigerian Fish Stew (Obe Eja Tutu)

While I was growing up, anytime I or an any of my siblings had a cold, my mum would make the Nigerian fish stew, which is known as “obe eja

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