Abak Atama Soup

Abak Atama Soup   Atama Soup is a delicious palm nut soup, native to the Efiks/Ibibio people of southern Nigeria.  This traditional Nigerian soup is very similar to Banga soup; the major difference is the…

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Nigerian Food Recipes For Good Friday

Here are Nigerian Food Recipes you can prepare on Good Friday(meatless-friday). Also remember that most Nigerian Soup Recipes can also be served on good Friday, as long as you don’t use meat(chicken or beef) while…

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How to Bake Cake Without an Oven and on a Stove top

How to bake cake without an oven & on a stove top Cake baking has been around for decades and so has the means of baking. Before the invention of gas and electric ovens, Cakes…

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Easy Tomato Smoothie (for great skin and detox)

  Tomato is one the most common fruit/vegetable in the world. It is loaded with vitamins, anti oxidants and lots of health benefits. I love tomato, and can eat it all day; Raw, baked, pureed,…

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Ofe Di Na Nwayi (Lovers’ soup)

Ofe Di Na Nwayi  literally means ”husband and wife soup” in Igbo language. This Nigerian soup is not so popularamong the young easterners of Nigeria (where the soup originated from). But, according to grandma, it…

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Minced Meat and Cabbage Stew

Minced Meat and Cabbage Stew Minced meat and cabbage stew is a tomato based stew you’ll surely enjoy. It is a sauce that brings back a lot of good memories, because it is one of…

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Vegetable & Prawn Stir-Fry For Jollof Rice,Plantains and more

Vegetable & Prawn Stir-Fry served with Jollof Rice Stir-fried Vegetables & Prawns is the way to go, if you’re looking for a healthy accompaniment for a classic meal, such as Jollof Rice, boiled White Rice,…

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Easy Fruit Cake (Nigerian Christmas Fruit Cake)

Nigerian Cake is rich and dense and this fruit cake is not far from it. It is a fruity and richer variation of the classic Nigerian Cake and usually a big favorite at Christmas parties.…

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Popular Nigerian Christmas Food Recipes (Xmas food & snacks)

Nigerian Christmas is usually celebrated in style, with lots of delicious and tasty home cooked meals; family and friends laughing out loud and catching up on old jokes and new gist; kids chewing on yummy…

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5 Tips For A Stress Free Nigerian Christmas Cooking

  Credit Is Christmas fast approaching and you’re already feeling stressed and nervous? Don’t be! dearies, it happens to the best of us, here are few tips to keep you organized and in charge. Tip1:…

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Abak Mbakara (seafood palmnut soup)

Abak Mbakara is a palm nut soup native to the Niger-Delta areas of Nigeria. It is not a very different from Banga soup, and taste equally good.   According to Effi Amah (who helped with…

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