Nigerian Beans Recipes

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29 comments:

  1. Anonymous10:44:00 AM

    Pls how do the prepare curry stew.

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    1. Curry stew/sauce coming soon dear :)

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  2. Anonymous3:46:00 PM

    Thanks sweetheart. Wish all Nigerians will love themselves ,like you, and share with each other. Keep it up and God's blessings!!!

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  3. Anonymous3:27:00 PM

    Your recipies are helpful. thanks.

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    1. You're welcome dear, glad to be of help :)

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  4. Anonymous9:19:00 AM

    Love this, thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks dear, You're welcome.

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  5. Really love your recipies. God bless you

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    1. Thanks dear, God bless you too :)

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  6. Anonymous9:22:00 AM

    I'm looking for a recipe for an African stew I had many years ago. I'm not sure if it is Nigerian and whether I am spelling it correctly. I was told the name of it was Fu Fu. Hope you can provide a recipe to tell me where to find one. Thank you.

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    1. Hi dear, fufu is not actually a stew, it is the solid bolus that you ate with the stew. Here's a list of the soup&stew recipes we have, you might find the one you are looking for amongst them http://www.nigerianfoodtv.com/2012/08/nigerian-soup-stew-recipes.html

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  7. Anonymous6:16:00 AM

    Hello!
    Thanks a lot for the amazing work you do here! God bless you. Could you pls add a recipe for snails? I came upon them and bought n cleaned them yesterday but now I have no idea what to do with them as I couldn't find a single recipe here which used escargot! I anxiously wait,thanks...
    Mrs E.

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    1. Try adding it to nigerian soups. I goes very well with bitter leaf soup, afang soup, edikang ikong . You can also make the pepper sauce recipe and mix with cooked snails to get peppered snails. Hope this was helpful, I'll be having more recipes up soon.

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  8. Anonymous6:34:00 PM

    You are doing a great job. Pls cud u add up how to make spring rolls

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  9. Anonymous4:13:00 PM

    Hi Nky,
    Please make a video for making akidi(pigeon pea)

    Thanks stacy

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  10. Anonymous9:24:00 AM

    I admire your blog,its been useful.. Thank you!

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  11. Hello Nky, I really appreciate your website. I am learning a lot about cooking and the recipes are simplified...Please I need a recipe for vegetable soup without egusi or okro...God bless.

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    1. Hi dearie, check ''soup recipes'' above.You'll find soups like ''Efo riro'', ''Edikang ikong'' and ''Afang soup'', they are all vegetable soups without okro and egusi.

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  12. hello nikky,pls how do i prepare soybeans

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  13. hello nikky,how do i prepare soybean recipes

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  14. hello Nky,pls how to i prepare soybeans recipes

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    1. Hi Mercy, you can prepare it the same way you do with normal beans. Eg, for moimo, akara and even make your own soya bean milk. Check our ''drink recipes'' above for steps :)

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  15. The best naija food website. Highly recommended ��

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  16. Pls Nky, hw can I prepare beans flour

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