10 common Nigerian breakfast dishes - The Pretend Chef
Nigerian breakfast dishes common in most homes...at my aunty's house, it was...with thick palm oil stew, chunks of succulent beef...soaking in stew for ages
Pumpkin bread recipe - The Pretend Chef
Pumpkin bread is a quick bread, light, moist and utterly delicious with a beautiful orange hue. Rich in potassium, vitamin C and beta-carotene
How to make Akara (Bean cake, beans fritters, Kosai) - The Pretend Chef
Akara, deep-fried fritter made from beans paste or beans powder (Kosai, Bean-cake, Acaraje), mostly made with black-eyed peas..light, fluffy
HOW TO MAKE ROUND PUFF-PUFF WITHOUT USING YOUR HANDS
I have a great recipe for puff-puff that my mom shared on this blog, yes she did! Did you miss it? Click HERE to see it! Her puff-puff had pepper and onions-it's a favourite way for me to make puff-puff. I got a lot, I mean A LOT of request to show how you can do puff-puff without touching it so much because some people just don't like hands in their food, I can understand that. In this recipe I share how you can make puff puff with minimal ingredients and without touching it...yes! Still…
Best Nigerian Food You Should Try
I have put together the list of 10 best Nigerian food you should try and which I can’t live without. Apart from the rich Nigerian culture, Nigeria is blessed with different types of delicious dishes that are affordable, hearty and requires the most basic kitchen staple ingredients.
Easy fish cake, Fish fritters - The Pretend Chef
Easy Fish cake made with fish flakes, spring onions, yeast, baking powder, onions, scotch bonnet, sugar, flour... delicious, quick and easy to make
Nigerian Rice and Beans Jollof - The Pretend Chef
Nigerian rice and beans Jollof is a combination of rice and beans cooked in a tomato stew...Cook until water has been absorbed, leave opened to dry out.
Spring Onion Pancake (Scallion/Green Onion) - The Pretend Chef
Spring Onion Pancake (Scallion), a savoury Chinese pancake made from dough. This pancake is made with batter it's chewy with crispy edges...quick and easy
Banga Jollof Rice - The Pretend Chef
Banga jollof rice a combination of Banga soup and rice.Tender rice absorbs the flavours of the ingredients and the palm nut extract gives it a creamy taste.
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How to make Starch (Usi), Delta starch - The Pretend Chef
Usi (Starch) is yellow, stretchy and gelatinous, staple of Delta region of Nigeria, with Banga or Owho soup...easy to make using a wide pan or a frying pan
Banga Soup Delta style - The Pretend Chef
Banga Soup Delta Style is authentic and very easy to prepare...The Urhobos, Isoko... It is best served in a clay pot (Evwere) and eaten with starch (Usi).
Black velvet tamarind juice - The Pretend Chef
Black velvet tamarind juice, a refreshingly delicious drink. Easy to make, high in ascorbic acid, minerals and sugar ...add lemon, jaggery or honey