Okro

Okro

Going through my drafts today I saw this post which has been lying there since last year. There are many others lying there forgotten but I will see they are published soon. This recipe is plain okro.  Unlike Ila asepo (HERE) or Otong Soup (HERE), steamed okr...

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Prawn Suya Stir Fry

Prawn Suya Stir Fry

Today’s recipe is a quick, easy recipe that is easy to prepare. It is cheap, healthy and above all yummy. It is K’s Cuisine Prawn suya stir fry! burst full of flavours and yummy goodness. This was dinner day ago. I wanted a super quick meal and...

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Fish Sauce

Fish Sauce

Fish Sauce is versatile and popular in most Nigerian homes. It is commonly eaten with Yam, Agege bread, pasta and so on. Most commonly used Fish for this sauce is mackerel but you can use sardines and other types of fish. It is cooked similarly to Corned beef ...

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Ewedu

Ewedu

Ewedu is green leafy vegetable that is cooked to accompany stew for swallow. Remember that green soup that is a component of abula? that’s right..that is the beloved Ewedu. Few days ago I was having a group chat with my friends and two of them said they ...

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Mackerel Stew

Mackerel Stew

Mackerel fish stew is one of my favourite fish stew. Mackerel fish is versatile. I keep some grilled or smoked mackerel in the freezer for sauce, for soups like ila asepo, egusi and many more. It always comes in handy. This stew is basic yet taste delicious...

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Ewedu Asepo

Ewedu Asepo

There is Palava sauce, Yorubas have ewedu asepo, and I present to you ewedu egusi asepo. This recipe came about because I made ila asepo with egusi (recipe HERE). My husband doesn’t eat okro and I thought oh then let me make him ewedu version of the okr...

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Nigerian Beef Stew

Nigerian Beef Stew

Beef stew is one of the most versatile Nigerian stew. It is prepared and enjoyed all over Nigeria. It is red almost orangish in colour and oh so appealing to the eyes. Personally, If I don’t have stew (beef, chicken, fish or turkey) I believe I do not h...

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Ayamase

Ayamase

I have blogged about Ayamase stew before. In fact,  i blogged about it the first month this blog was started. What prompted this new post was that I recently had another look at the previous Ayamase post HERE and said to myself…Kemi, you really s...

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Shito Sauce by Margaret Everitt

Shito Sauce by Margaret Everitt

I met Magaret on a food group and this girl right there can cook! She is a real foodie and a hardworking adorable mum. The consistency which she churns food out in her kitchen for her and her ‘crews’ as she calls them is amazing and will make yo...

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K Signature Stew

K Signature Stew

I have called this K signature stew because my husband calls it that. He refers to most of my cooking by that word ‘signature’. For example he would tell me ‘your signature jollof rice’, ‘ your signature egusi’ and so on....

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