Category: Recipes

Gbanunu Soup – A traditional Medicinal Soup from Ondo (Modified recipe)

This is my interpretation of the Gbanunu Soup. Gbanunu means ‘colon cleanser’. Gbanunu soup is a traditional Soup from Ondo State. This soup is also […]

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, […]

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 […]

3 Simple Ways to Eat Your Banana and Pawpaw Fruits

Banana and Pawpaw are tropical fruits grown in Nigeria. Banana is well known for its high potassium content. It is also rich in Vitamin C, […]

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 […]

Crain Crain Soup: A Way to Utilize the Jew’s Mallow ‘Ewedu’

  A way to utilize the Jew’s Mallow ‘Ewedu’ is to make the Crain Crain soup. This is a soup eaten by the people of […]

Pumpkin Palm Fruit Soup

  This Pumpkin palm fruit soup is something that I thought of on the spur of the moment. I had extracts of the palm fruit […]

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