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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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    Coconut Rice…Chef of the week : Oreoluwa Ayeni

    Ingredients 2 cups medium-large grain Rice 1/2 cup coconut milk (get the real coconut and use the milk(no canned coconut milk), if your coconut is dry, peel and cut it then blend it till it is smooth, make sure you add a little water or your rice will be too fragrant). 1/4 cup veggie mix

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    Jollof Rice with a Twist

    Dear Afrolems lovers, Hope Your weekend is awesome so far…So this weekend i had a hearty meal..i would like to call it Jollof Rice with a twist. Some people say its called Jellof Rice and for my Non-Nigerian friends its Tomato Rice. Anyway here is the recipe with some pictures to hopefully inspire you to

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    Cake Balls Recipe

    Ingredients 1 package cake mix 1 container prepared cake frosting 6 ounces of chocolate flavored confectioners coating disks or bar (available in white chocolate, dark or milk) 1/4 cup sprinkles and toffee bits (optional) Preparation Prepare the cake mix according to the directions on the box. When cake is finished baking allow to cool for

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    Nigerian Stick Meat Recipe (Mini Beef Kebab)

    This is very easy to make and could be used as a snack as beef is very filling. Nigerians call it stick meat while some others may call it beef kebab..enough blabbing here is the recipe Ingredients * 1Pack of Beef * 3 Bell Peppers – Red, Green, Yellow *1 Bulb Onion *2 Cubes of

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    March Indulgence : Dessert Wine

    Do you crave something sweet after dinner? Sometimes chocolate cakes get boring or even ice cream….now let me take you to my world of Dessert wines. I have tried a couple of dessert wines in the past and as much as they were awesome i have fallen in love with the Kagor Dessert Red wine.

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