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    Ukang

    For those that have been following my blog since beginning of this year, you may have seen that I mentioned a dish called Ukang. Earlier on this year, I was in Nigeria and I went to visit my Grandma. She made me some Ukang and I couldn’t wait to blog about it. I have searched

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    Rice and Stew Very Plenty – RSVP

    Am I the only one that thought RSVP meant Rice and Stew Very Plenty? Come on guys you know you did too hehe. This past week, I went to visit my friend’s mum and she was telling me about Igala recipes and it hit me that a lot of Nigerian dishes are variations of the

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    Coconut Rice, Peppered Beef, Potato Salad and Dodo for Democracy Day

    Hello there beautiful people! Afrolems has missed you and for Democracy day, I came back with something extra special. My friend is moving to Calgary this weekend and I decided to give her a little (well, HUGE treat). Being a Calabar girl like me, spicy food is right up her alley. To create a balance nonetheless,

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    Fish Peppersoup 10th Shade of Valentines Cooking

    Nothing gets Nigerian men gingered like peppersoup. In my experience, once you tell a Nigerian man you have peppersoup, at that point you have the magic dish that is going to make him fall in love with you. You can pretty much make peppersoup out of any protein; goat meat, beef, chicken, fish, shrimp etc.

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    Ofada Stew or Designer Stew with Rice – 7th Day of Christmas

    For people that live in Surulere in Lagos, you would know the popular joint close to Akerele called Bank Olemoh. The Rice and stew served at the local restaurant (Buka) there is popularly called Bank Olemoh Rice or Designer rice or Designer stew and rice. The concept of designer stew is not the what we

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    Ewa Agoyin (Stewed Beans Porridge) – Feyisope

    Breakfast in Nigeria is full of all kinds of interesting dishes. You know the saying eat breakfast like a king? This dish is definitely in that category. It is originally a Togolese dish but as usual Nigerians take everything and make it their own lol. I call it creative borrowing, sharing is caring right? The

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    Plantain and Snails – Mariam

    Fall in love with snails all over again!!! What you need 4-6 large snails 2-3 Medium sized greenish-yellow plantains (you want plantain that’s not soft or too green) 1/2 a teaspoon of Garlic 1 bulb of onion 2 large tomatoes 1 medium Scotch Bonnet pepper 4 table spoons of oil 2 cubes of Knorr/Maggi 1

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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: Ohita Ogolo

    Hello Fans of Afrolems, I’m really loving this Chef of the week thing…Last week brought us some Ghanian recipes…This week we have some Nigerian Recipes..Feel free to try them out. Enjoy 🙂 Fish Pepper soup What you need Mackerel- cut into 4 pieces 1 onion 2 scotch bonnet peppers 1 maggi/Know curry, salt, garlic powder

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