How to make Nigerian Native Soup

This is one soup that I promised myself that if I did not find isam, I would not make it. For those that don’t know what Isam, it is periwinkles and in Rivers state in Nigeria, this soup is not complete without an assortment of seafood. I did not even have all the necessary seafood

Margi Special

The dishes that come out of Nigeria never cease to amaze me. Especially the dishes from Northern Nigeria. A long time ago, my friend told me about this dish from Adamawa called Meltuble. She said it was one of her favourite dishes but was unique to her mom’s village. Fast forward to a few years,

Nigerian Vegetable Soup

I am not sure I have met any nigerian that doesn’t like vegetable soup. Regardless of what vegetable they use, vegetable soup is a must in every Nigerian household alongside Jollof Rice of course. The method for this was very reminiscent of Edikang Ikong except in this, I did not use Ugwu leaves (Pumpkin leaves)

Egusi Pepper Soup

Egusi pepper soup is otherwise known as Ovwovwo soup by the Urhobos in Nigeria. I must say this soup is a very delicious soup. I couldn’t stop licking my fingers. If you are new to the Nigerian Cuisine, one of the first soups you would have heard of is Egusi soup. This soup is however

Coconut Shaki Soup

One of the amazing things about the Nigerian menu is the versatility in Ingredients. Tripe is one of them also known as Shaki in Nigeria. When I moved to Canada, I was certain I would have to give up certain ingredients but to my surprise, the Asian grocery stores had tripe in abundance and very

Owo Soup

Last Year I reached out to one of my followers on Instagram because I saw her post about making Owo soup. There were comments that testified to the goodness of her Owo soup so I decided to ask her for a recipe and one year later here we are. She sent in her recipe and

Ofe Onugbu – Bitter Leaf Soup

If i tell you this recipe has been on my list since last summer would you believe me? Every time I bought bitter leaf, I ended up using it for something else and my cocoyam went into other dishes. This year I finally got my act together and made some delicious finger licking onugbu. Every

Waterleaf Soup

Last week, I was strolling through the aisles of the Tropical foods grocery store in Boston searching for my Nigerian food ingredients. My eyes scanning every section and shelf wondering what new item would inspire a new blog post. I already had my basket filled with what I needed but who just goes to the grocery store

Oil less Efo riro

Fit fam Kwenu hayy!!! For those that do not know, Kwenu is a salutation mostly used By the people in the eastern part of Nigeria. I say mostly because I just borrowed it for my post lol. At some point last year, I made a post about oil less efo riro and got a lot