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    29 comments on “Recipe Categories”

    1. halima Reply

      love u, u are too much i didn’t know what to cook for the break of fast today until i com across your site.

    2. Iyawo lol Reply

      Please can post some Yoruba recipes? My hubby is Yoruba and I’m not. Nice blog btw =)

    3. Jenny Reply

      Oh my God.i tried the jollof rice and it was tasty.thank alot afrolem.wil also want to learn how to prepare pepper soup and fried rice.u too much

      • Afrolems Reply

        What type of vegetable soup? There are many vegetable soups so if you tell me the one you want id get you the information

    4. Joy Reply

      Hello. Nice work afrolems.pls can u advice me on what to make for a 3course meal for dinner for my wedding anniversary.thanks.

    5. Joy Reply

      Hello afrolems. Thanks so much for your advice.went with tomato shrimp pepper soup,coconut rice and potato salad,baked chicken and peppered beef and dinner was wonderful.keep up d good work.God bless u richly

    6. Below Reply

      Please need recipes that does not need too much salt. Recently had a high blood pressure scare and was advised among other things to reduce/eradicate salt from my meals. I have tried to use google search engine but what I get is “oyinbo” recipes. Thanks in advance.

    7. Gift Reply

      I made this for lunch and my 16months old kept crying for more..lol.very delicious

    8. Rotimi Alabi Reply

      Do you have a pasta recipe section? I was actually looking for one. That will be a good addition to your recipes

    9. Adebola olu Reply

      Nice job. Send recipe for guete/Pete. Traditionnal Corn pudding or so .please

    10. JD Reply

      HELLO

      Do you have a cook book with all your recipes i can buy? if yes, where can i buy it from?

      • afrolems Reply

        Hello, I do not have a cookbook yet but I am in the process of compiling one. Everyone would be notified once this is a done deal.

      • afrolems Reply

        Spice level wise they are on the same scale but scotch bonnet peppers are overall slightly sweeter than habanero peppers

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