Tagged: Indigenous food

Why you should add Afang leaves to the Veggies you eat

Why should you add Afang leaves to the list of vegetables that you eat? I will tell you but first let me introduce the vegetable […]

Ugandan Groundnut Stew by Presilla Nanyange

Groundnut stew, locally known as ebinyebwa, is a decades old delicacy in Uganda. From the east to the west, north to the south, Ugandans do […]

How to Make Egusi Ijebu – Modified Traditional Recipe

I ate Egusi Ijebu for the first time in Ibadan at my Aunty’s house about 12 years ago. It was interestingly a common dish in […]

Plantain Mosa (Plantain Fritters) Using Unripe Plantain Flour

I have here a Plantain Mosa/Plantain Fritters recipe using unripe plantain flour as a replacement for white flour in the recipe. In most Mosa recipes, […]

How Much Wheat are You Eating Per Week?

How much wheat are you consuming in a week? I was looking through list of foods that we at home, restaurants, and streets in Nigeria […]

Akara-Ojojo Snack: Finger Food for your Family

This finger food creation – Akara-Ojojo Snack –  was accidental. I was going to make some Akara on a Saturday morning using  processed beans flour […]

Indigenous Breakfast Meal: Tapioca Pudding

One of the gifts I got during the week was Tapioca. Tapioca pudding is something that I ate during my childhood days and while it […]

Dundun with Fried Eggs and Shoko Leaves

Dundun, fried Yam, is one of the delicacies we have in Nigeria. It is also a popularly consumed street food and they are sometimes sold […]

Fried Okra and Sautéed Crab

It can be interesting to find different ways to cook our indigenous foods. I tried fried Okra some days ago but it didn’t taste as […]

Ewedu – Jew’s Mallow or Jute Leaves

Ewedu, Jew’s Mallow soup, is often eaten with Amala and tomato/pepper stew (Omi Obe). Other variants of this would be to add the Gbegiri soup. […]

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