About

Hello,
I'm Nky,
the lady behind Nigerianfoodtv.com.

 I'm a working mom who enjoys cooking and entertaining her family and friends ☺.

I started this website, as a channel, to share my renewed passion for cooking and also share tried and true recipes that I have learnt over the years and recreated in my kitchen.

Today, it has also become a way to create awareness about West African cuisine & preserve our food culture and heritage .

I'm proud to be a part of the food revelation and I hope that this website continues to be of great help to everyone interested in or curious about Nigerian cuisine.

Thanks for your visit.
Do Drop me a note if you have any question or inquiry

Hoping to hear from you ☺
 Best Regards.




Cooking is like LOVE. It should be entered into with abandon or not at all” (Harriet Van Horne, Vogue Magazine, Oct. 15 , 1956).
  

38 comments:

  1. adaobi okeke10:45:00 AM

    I just want to say thank you for all the wonderful easy to follow recipes on this website, I can't wait to get your cook book soon, hope you are planning to make one because all these recipes has to be archived somewhere for our children and children's children. God bless you Nky , you are a gift to your generation.

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    1. Aww,Thank you so much dear, the cook book will be ready soon. God bless :)

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  2. Anonymous12:02:00 PM

    Beautiful woman, wonderful cook, great person, that's what you are madam. Remain blessed, I'm proud that Nigerians like you still exist.Continue with your good works.

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  3. Anonymous11:58:00 PM

    iam out of the country were can i buy nigerian foods

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    1. Check any African stores around you :)

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  4. Anonymous1:16:00 PM

    Keep up the good work Lady Nky :)

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  5. Anonymous10:14:00 PM

    Stumbled upon your site and so glad that I did, since you have so many great recipes and have made Nigerian cooking/cuisine so accessible. I am not Nigerian, but West African all the same, so very much appreciate sites like this.
    Keep up the good work, God bless you!

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    1. Thanks dear, God bless you too :)

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  6. Anonymous2:08:00 PM

    You are a very good person. It takes a few people to go to the extent you go without charging. God bless you. My cooking skills have gone a notch higher thanks to you.

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    1. Thanks for your kind words, I'm so glad to be of help.God bless you too dearie.

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  7. You make cooking so easy. With ur help, i've tried some of your recipe and they came out almost fine! My husband would say i'm addicted to cooking these days but dont mind him, he is always waiting for weekend to come. That is when i have all the time to try the recipes. Thanks a lot.

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    1. Kemi dear, thanks for your lovely comment. I'm so glad to be of help and happy that you are trying the recipes. Don't mind hubby jare, the day you go on cooking strike , he go cry well well :)
      Keep in touch and let me know if you try out our new recipes.
      Have a lovely weekend .

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  8. Anonymous1:21:00 PM

    Hi Favor,thats your new name now coz you have done some of us such a favor,l am south African Married to a Nu.igerian Man woooo he just loves every bit of my cooking thanx to your devine recipes......God Bless

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    1. Haha, I love that name'' favor'' :)
      and thanks for your lovely feedback.
      God bless you too.

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    2. Nky, I love your new name Favor. The Lord will continue to grant U divine favor. Welldone!!!

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    3. Abi o, the name is beautiful :)
      Thanks dearie.

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  9. Anonymous3:45:00 PM

    i am still waiting for ur cookbook oooo, God bless u favour. Oby

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    1. Oby dear, Please be patient, It'll be out soon :)

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  10. Anonymous5:19:00 PM

    Thanks for the amazing free resources you published on your website. I'm a Nigerian, male by gender and cooking is one of my hobbies (before "Reading"). You are indeed a gift to our generation. More grease to your elbow. I can't wait to lay my hands on your Cook book.

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    1. Hi dear, good to have you here an thanks for your lovely comment. The cookbook will be out soon, pls subscribe so that you can get notifications.

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  11. Anonymous4:53:00 PM

    Very good recipes.please how do I subscribe for this

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    1. Thanks dearie,search for the subscribe button above the page.

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  12. Thanx 4 creating this amazing site, it has really helped me alot. I can't find recipe 4 flowerpaste, I really want to learn how to make flowerpast, can u help me with that?

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  13. I am just so happy to find your website! I love Nigerian food, and I am trying my best to learn these recipes so that I can cook them for my husband, who is from West Nigeria. Your recipes look divine ,thank you!

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    1. Hi Kathryn, good to have you here and thanks for your lovely comment :)
      You have a lovely blog too.

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  14. Anonymous7:11:00 PM

    Hi Favor, first congratulations on such a fantastic site.I have tried a couple of recipes and unusually for me THEY WERE BEAUTIFUL.lol.May I ask if you have any idea the name of a type of dough that was deep fried?i tasted it whilst travelling and I have seen a couple of lookalikes but unsure of the one.Any ideas please?x

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    1. What does it look and taste like?

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  15. What A Lovely website. I have never had any Nigerian food what is best that I should make?

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    1. Thanks and good to have u here, you can start with the Nigerian fried rice.

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  16. I love it so much thanks sister nky keep it up.

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  17. I love it so much keep up the good work sister nky looking forward to seeing new recipes.

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    1. Thanks hun, you'll surely see more :)

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  18. Ure wonderful, God bless ur work

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  19. Anonymous7:17:00 PM

    I love your blog , your detained recipes are wonderful

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  20. Anonymous2:58:00 AM

    God bless you. Thank you so much for sharing your recipes. My husband will be thrilled!

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Nky :)

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