Quick Pepper Sauce Recipe

Hi foodies, Let’s make something quick and easy: pepper sauce. This is somewhere between regular Nigerian stew and ofada sauce. It doesn’t require all the excessive frying and cooking of meats for hours. This sauce goes well with anything: chips, plantains, rice, quinoa etc. Ingredients 3 small sweet bell peppers (slice one of them) 1 white onion (sliced) and 1 purple onion 3 plum tomatoes 1 handful of basil leaves Seasonings: knorr chicken bouillon, pepper flakes, and all-spice seasoning 3

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Simple & Quick Okra Kale Stir Fry

Hi Foodies, This recipe is perfect  for those days when you are craving okra but you don’t feel like to going through the hoops of traditional Nigerian cooking. Ingredients 4 cups of sliced frozen or fresh okra 2 cups of chopped kale Chopped red bell pepper and onion (1/2 of one of each is enough) 3 teaspoons of locust beans (aka Iru; this is found typically in your African store) 3 tablespoons of crayfish powder (also found in the African

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Vegan Plantain-Sweet Potato Asaro

Asaro is a Nigerian dish that usually comprises of Yam in a tomato-palm oil sauce. However, I do not like yam and I am interested in a vegan diet, so I decided to try asaro with sweet potato and plantain (as suggested by a friend). Please enjoy this recipe :). Ingredients 1 red bell pepper 3 plum tomatoes 1 purple onion 2 habanero pepper 1 cup of palm oil 1/2 cup of vegetable oil 2 sweet potatoes (I absolutely prefer

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To Meet, To Love, To Part: Chapter 8

“Koko, you have never gone out of your way to prepare me a special meal and I have been your friend for way too long. How far?” “Idowu, you know I show my appreciation in different ways. All the spa certificates you’ve been getting all these years nko?” Korede took her time at the produce market with selecting all the ingredients needed to prepare an extensive food menu that weekend. Although Ayobami’s visit was supposedly “professional”, she still felt the urge to

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