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    Chef of the Week: Bunmi Alaga

    Egg salad Ingredients 2 eggs 3 tbsp Mayo pinch of salt 1/2 tsp of cayenne pepper fresh parsley chopped onions chopped spring onions Lettuce 2 slices of whole wheat bread Method Mash up the chopped egg a bit with a fork. Mix together the chopped hard-boiled egg, mayonnaise, parsley and onion. Sprinkle with salt and

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    Spaghetti with Prawn and Beef Sauce

    Ingredients: Prawn Beef Spaghetti 5 large tomatoes (blended) 4 fresh pepper (blended) 1 small bulb of onion 1/2 large Carrot 1 green pepper 1 red bell pepper 1 yellow bell pepper 1 cooking spoon of vegetable/olive/corn oil 1 lump of butter 1 teaspoon Curry Pinch of Thyme 4 cubes of maggi/seasoning preferred 2teaspoon of salt

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    Chef of the Week: Feyisope Akinyosoye – Fried Rice and Fish

    Fried Rice Ingredients Mixed Vegetables 1 and a half balls of onion Small Peper(optional) Vegetable oil Knorr(maggi) Thyme Curry Salt For the fish you need: Salt Thyme Dry pepper Knorr Fish(crocker) Recipe 1. You put  a bit of vegetable oil in a pan 2. You slice your onion and small red pepper into thin slices and put into

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    How to Make Afang Soup

    Afang Soup is a nutritious dish that is served mostly in the Southern and Eastern part of Nigeria. This soup is typically associated with the Efik tribe in Nigeria amongst other dishes like; Edikang Ikong, Afia efere, Efere Abak etc. The people of the Efik tribe are located mainly in Cross River State and Akwa-Ibom State.

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    Edika-Ikong: Chef of the week: David Nsa

    Edika-Ikong Ingredients stock fish dried fish (I grilled fish) crayfish spinach kpomo(cow skin) beef or chicken snail if desired seasoning(salt, maggi, curry and thyme) palm oil onions grounded pepper Method #Wash the necessary ingredients -boil the beef, kpomo and stock fish add seasoning and onions. #Check if the kpomo is soft at intervals and add

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    Chef of the Week : Tobi Popoola

    Designer Stew Chef: Popoola Oluwatobi Number of servings 8 What you need: Meat (Beef, Chicken, Goat meat, cow leg [personal favorite] Onions [5] Tomatoes [6] Peppers [2/3] 1 clove of Garlic Ginger [as preferred] Vegetable/Olive oil [healthy choice] Seasonings Salt Maggi Thyme Curry Dry pepper What to do . Clean and season the meat using

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    Chef of the week- Mariam Olagunju – Yam and Egg stew

    Servings: 2 What you need 2 Whole tomatoes 2 Small Jamaican peppers 1 Cooking spoon of oil 3 Medium eggs Half a bulb of onions 4 slices of Yam Seasonings Quarter teaspoon of salt 1 Cube of Knorr Half a teaspoon of red powdered pepper (Club house) Roasted garlic and pepper powder What to do

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    How Afrolems makes Moin-Moin

    Moin-Moin is a pudding that is typically served in the south-western part of Nigeria. There have been different variations on the recipe of Moin-moin but the very constant ingredient in this pudding-like dish is black-eyed peas. To replace the soaking process, I have seen the powdered version of the blended black-eyed peas. This eliminates the

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    Chef of the Week: Adwoa Asare aka #Swag

    Red/Red Ingredients: 1 can of black eyed peas (optional.. you can use raw beans, but boil until soft prior to. Long process if you ask me) 1 large onion (maybe even 2.. onions = yummy) 1 tomato Jamaican hot pepper ginger garlic vegetable/palm/olive oil beef/shrimp/fish (i use beef) plantain ~~~Read the instructions Before you Start. Cooking

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