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Quick Akara Video Recipe
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Daddy’s Palm Oil Stew
I haven’t had palm oil stew in such a long time – I think I forgot how easy it was to make – no stock required which reduces the cooking time by half. The meats used are often smoked or dried so that too contributes to the ease of prep. This is my dad’s ‘recipe’ […]
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Daddy’s Palm Oil Stew
I haven’t had palm oil stew in such a long time – I think I forgot how easy it was to make – no stock required which reduces the cooking time by half. The meats used are often smoked or dried so that too contributes to the ease of prep. This is my dad’s ‘recipe’ […]
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Seasoning Meat
    How do you season your meat? This is my foolproof method Onions Ginger Garlic Hot peppers Thyme (optional depending on what I am using broth for) Bay leaves   What do you add to yours? Seasoning Meat appeared first on 9jafoodie | Nigerian Food Recipes.
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How to make Ofada Stew
This post is prompted by me seeing green tatashe in the market and remember that they are the base for Ofada sauce. Quite simply, Ofada sauce is a green pepper stew base fried in epo gbigba, palm oil which has been bleached, and seasoned with iru. The common proteins associated with this are a variety […]
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How to make Ofada Stew
This post is prompted by me seeing green tatashe in the market and remember that they are the base for Ofada sauce. Quite simply, Ofada sauce is a green pepper stew base fried in epo gbigba, palm oil which has been bleached, and seasoned with iru. The common proteins associated with this are a variety […]
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Nigerian Fish Roll Recipe (updated)
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Basic Fried Rice – Video
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5+ Must try Fried Rice Recipes
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Nigerian Buns Video
Visit link below for text recipe https://9jafoodie.com/nigerian-buns/     Nigerian Buns Video appeared first on 9jafoodie | Nigerian Food Recipes.
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Spinach stir fry : easy healthy recipe
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How to bleach palm oil
A big thank you to My Diasporan Kitchen, whose blog post was the perfect guide for this experiment. Here’s how to bleach palm oil: First, read the recipe on ‘how to’ very well. Though most Nigerians are conversant and confident with oil cooking, frying etc, it’s good to read the recipe, become familiar with the […]
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How to bleach palm oil
A big thank you to My Diasporan Kitchen, whose blog post was the perfect guide for this experiment. Here’s how to bleach palm oil: First, read the recipe on ‘how to’ very well. Though most Nigerians are conversant and confident with oil cooking, frying etc, it’s good to read the recipe, become familiar with the […]
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Yellow Rice: Easy Recipe for Yellow Turmeric Rice
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Some Dried Peppers In Nigeria
Peppers are one of the most commonly preserved ingredients across Nigeria. Sun-dried, all sorts of peppers are available in super markets – whole, dried and also ground to what Nigerians call ‘dry pepper’. They go in spice blends, like yaji – a mix of defatted peanuts and spices, used in suya Here’s an attempt to […]
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Some Dried Peppers In Nigeria
Peppers are one of the most commonly preserved ingredients across Nigeria. Sun-dried, all sorts of peppers are available in super markets – whole, dried and also ground to what Nigerians call ‘dry pepper’. They go in spice blends, like yaji – a mix of defatted peanuts and spices, used in suya Here’s an attempt to […]
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Jollof Coconut Rice – Video
  For text recipe, see - https://9jafoodie.com/coconut-jollof-rice/ Ingredients ¼ cup coconut oil 1 medium onion (thinly sliced) 1 can coconut milk (400ml) 2 knorr cubes Salt – to taste Ground pepper – to taste 4 heaped tablespoons crayffish (divided) 3 cooking spoons 1 - Nigerian stew base - https://9jafoodie.com/nigerian-stew/ 3 cups rice – [...] Jollof Coconut Rice – Video appeared first on 9jafoodie | Nigerian Food Recipes.
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Skin Glowing Smoothie: Get Clear Skin in 5 days
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Moi moi in leaves Without Wrapping: DIY MoiMoi Leaf Pouch
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Beef Sauce
    Beef sauce to mix it up if you are tired of "stew" The stew base has: 2 onions, 6 red bell peppers, 3 hot peppers Other stews/sauces - https://9jafoodie.com/recipe-index/stews/ Beef Sauce appeared first on 9jafoodie | Nigerian Food Recipes.
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The Fresh Peppers of Nigeria
It is the season of rain, of corn and ube, of Ose Nsukka and green tatashe, of green rodo. It is the season of mud and wetness underfoot, of spicy broths and blankets, long naps on the couch, tall pots of tea, fiery stews chock full of salapore and yoyo – small, transparent fish; river […]
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The Fresh Peppers of Nigeria
It is the season of rain, of corn and ube, of Ose Nsukka and green tatashe, of green rodo. It is the season of mud and wetness underfoot, of spicy broths and blankets, long naps on the couch, tall pots of tea, fiery stews chock full of salapore and yoyo – small, transparent fish; river […]
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New Produce for Old Seasons
I’m a rainy day girl, anytime, any day, anywhere. Sometimes I think of rain – of the drizzly sort as light water from heaven, an excess of morning dew. This season has been one of new discoveries, albeit a few and I’m glad to share them with you, by the month. June Chio In June […]
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New Produce for Old Seasons
I’m a rainy day girl, anytime, any day, anywhere. Sometimes I think of rain – of the drizzly sort as light water from heaven, an excess of morning dew. This season has been one of new discoveries, albeit a few and I’m glad to share them with you, by the month. June Chio In June […]
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Orange – Which Came First? The Fruit or the Colour?
It’s true. Forget everything you thought you knew! Oranges can be green, yellow, orange and shades in between. I raised three children on ‘orange’ oranges, dutifully bought from our local Albert Heijn in Wassenaar. They learnt to eat them quartered mostly and loved them. And then we moved to Nigeria, to green and almost sunshine […]
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Orange – Which Came First? The Fruit or the Colour?
It’s true. Forget everything you thought you knew! Oranges can be green, yellow, orange and shades in between. I raised three children on ‘orange’ oranges, dutifully bought from our local Albert Heijn in Wassenaar. They learnt to eat them quartered mostly and loved them. And then we moved to Nigeria, to green and almost sunshine […]
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Finally Named: ‘Umilo/ Omilo’ is Cocoplum, Paradise Plum!
Do you remember these posts I wrote? Pepper Soup Spice Detective: Umilo/ Omilo But… and The Journey to Names and Provenance – Umilo & Gbafilo In both, I tried to find the botanical names for a specific peppersoup spice, umilo/ omilo. There were some conclusions but they were confusing. For instance, I found the supposed […]
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Finally Named: ‘Umilo/ Omilo’ is Cocoplum, Paradise Plum!
Do you remember these posts I wrote? Pepper Soup Spice Detective: Umilo/ Omilo But… and The Journey to Names and Provenance – Umilo & Gbafilo In both, I tried to find the botanical names for a specific peppersoup spice, umilo/ omilo. There were some conclusions but they were confusing. For instance, I found the supposed […]
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Nigerian ‘Concept’ Dish: Akara Brick Toast
The perfect Saturday morning breakfast – bread and akara, only switched up in a take on a popular Japanese dish. Shibuya Honey Toast It’s also known as Japanese Honey Toast or Brick Toast (or simply called Honey Toast or Hanitoo in Japanese); Source – JW Web Magazine  If you know me, you might know that […]
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Nigerian ‘Concept’ Dish: Akara Brick Toast
The perfect Saturday morning breakfast – bread and akara, only switched up in a take on a popular Japanese dish. Shibuya Honey Toast It’s also known as Japanese Honey Toast or Brick Toast (or simply called Honey Toast or Hanitoo in Japanese); Source – JW Web Magazine  If you know me, you might know that […]
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Gluten-free Masa Sliders
Ramadan Mubarak! These masa sliders are perfect for Iftar or Suhoor and don’t require much to deliver punch. Essentially, we have masa, various meats, a variety of vegetables and a whole condiment spread. Here are some ideas for twists and turns: Masa Make regular masa. You can add freshly grated coconut to the batter for […]
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Gluten-free Masa Sliders
Ramadan Mubarak! These masa sliders are perfect for Iftar or Suhoor and don’t require much to deliver punch. Essentially, we have masa, various meats, a variety of vegetables and a whole condiment spread. Here are some ideas for twists and turns: Masa Make regular masa. You can add freshly grated coconut to the batter for […]
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A Feast of Mingau
It’s difficult to think of cassava as a recent import to Nigeria because much of its classic cuisine is based on the tuber in different forms. From snacks of boiled cassava with coconut – popular street food; kpokpogari – coarse, hard biscuits of cassava fibre from which all the starch has been pressed,  ‘soaked gari’ – […]
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A Feast of Mingau
It’s difficult to think of cassava as a recent import to Nigeria because much of its classic cuisine is based on the tuber in different forms. From snacks of boiled cassava with coconut – popular street food; kpokpogari – coarse, hard biscuits of cassava fibre from which all the starch has been pressed,  ‘soaked gari’ – […]
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Homemade Yogurt With Powdered Milk – No Yogurt maker
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Mangoes, Your Not So Ordinary Fruit
The one fruit that I am super sure was present in the splendid and perfect garden of Eden is the mango! Even ahead of the apple, which is so often used to depict the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. I know for certain that paradise would have been incomplete […]
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