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Nigerian food recipes are derived from a number of grains, rhizomes, bulbs, fruit seeds, vegetables and an avalanche of fruits. See top Nigerian foods here and how to prepare them.
Yam Stewed Porridge here is a very traditional method of cooking this yam stew.
Nigerian tomato stew is a favourite must-have sauce that pairs up with an endless number of dishes from simple snacks to elaborate dinners. This sauce always delivers in terms taste and simplicity of cooking. All ingredients for this is available in most parts of the globe.
Nigerian scrambled eggs a great breakfast delight to start your day with. Nigerians usually pair this with bread, yam, plantain with a refreshing hot drink of choice. Try this out and it might soon become your favourite breakfast go-to dish when you want something exciting
Oven Baked Jollof Rice| This West African classic cooked nicely and conveniently in the oven but retains same old flavour of the classic dish
Lamb Sharwama this recipe uses two great methods brining and marinating this meat so it comes out of the oven tasty, spicy and moist. If you try this, it would become a favourite in your home
Corned Beef Sauce is a great sauce to start your morning if you fancy cooked breakfast pair it with yam, plantain or bread and a nice cup of tea or coffee.
Nigerian Yam Porridge In Coconut Milk is an usual twist to a Nigerian favourite but the coconut milk added to this yam stew gives that creamy and delicious taste that would make your family come asking for seconds.
Here is an authentic Egusi soup recipe for your enjoyment. See a step by step guid on how to prepare this top west African dish.
Yam is a highly nutritious tuber cultivated for food in Africa, Asia and latin America. It is high in fibre content and has great medicinal value too.
Wild yam is increasingly popular for its medicinal use in menstruation and ...
Pounded yam is made by vigorously pounding boiled yam in a mortar with a pestle. You can now enjoy a meal of pounded yam with the use of yam flour. Buy yam flour here too to prepare your delicious ...
Learn how to prepare and cook pounded yam recipe here. You can also get pounded yam to buy here.
Fish pepper soup! This spicy soup is fish cooked in broth with a unique spice blend different chilli peppers, nutmeg, dried ginger and scent leaves. The spices and herbs used are considered by many from West Africa to have medicinal value.
Discover the history and flavours of African food and recreate authentic African recipes at home. We teach you everything from how to cook African meals to the origins of the dishes.
Chicken stock| Chicken stock, what could we ever cook without them? Pieces of browned chicken bones with or without chicken simmered in water with herbs and spices and a bit of salt for hours delivering the ultimate flavours to help you reach the crescendo in your cooking
Cook your way around the continent and learn about African cuisine and the culinary diversity of each region. Try our tasty recipes from East, West, North, South and Central Africa including favorites like jollof rice, chapati, and plantain porridge.
About African cuisine was written to bring you African recipes from all over the continent and beyond...
Common Nigerian foods include garri, egusi, amala, tuwoo, yam, plantain, akpu, pounded yam, banga soup, gbegiri, edikaekio, owo soup, to mention a few. See them here and how to prepare most ...
Plantain porridge is another delicious healthy meal that can be prepared with plantain. It is filling, nutritious, and good for every one, even for those who suffer with diabetes. Try out this recipe!