Category: Recipe

How to Make Ikokore “Water Yam Porridge”

Ikokore is a meal native to the Ijebu people from the southwestern part of Nigeria. Just like Ojojo, it’s made with water yam and also very similar to ekpang nkukwo. The final texture of this dish is similar to a pudding or porridge. Just one taste and you’re bound to get hooked. Some people add peppered stew to it while serving, others serve it plain but it’s all a matter of choice.

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How To Make Meat Pie

Meat pie is a delicious and spicy snack that is found mostly in fast food joints. Because of the meat filling, meatpie is satisfying and can stand as a substitute for real food.

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EFO RIRO

Efo riro is known to have originated from the Yoruba land; This African delicacy is a rich vegetable and can be eaten with Garri or any swallow meal, rice and yam

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How To Make Fried Indomie Noodles

When one hears about noodles, the first thing that usually comes to mind is a meal for children. But the trust is that most adults love noodles just the way children do. Some declare their love for noodles publicly while some are closeted noodle eaters. (wink)

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How To Cook Ofada Rice and Sauce Like a Pro

Ofada Rice and is a native Nigerian meal that originates from the Yoruba land, precisely the Ofada region in Ogun state.

Apart from its delicious taste, what makes Ofada rice stand out among all other kinds of rice is its unique presentation and pungent aroma which give the appeal of a local homemade food.

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Yamarita “Dun Dun Oniyeri” (egg coated yam)

What happens when Rita fries yam dipped in whisked eggs? Yep! you guessed right…..”Yamarita” is what happens…lol! i still wonder how this name was coined but i must admit, it does sound catchy. Most times, i often remember to make Yamarita whenever i want to recycle leftover boiled yam from the previous days meal.

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