How To Prepare Moimoi

Moimoi is loved by many in Nigeria. A cousin of mine once said that Moimoi is like MTN; it’s everywhere you go. I kind of agree because it’s not only a popular street food, it’s also a party favourite usually served with good old Jollof rice. Also known as beanRead More…

How To Make Yamarita

I tasted Yamarita for the first time last year at Mega Chicken. That day, I just decided to try something different apart from the usual rice which I’m kind of addicted to. Well, I would say Yamarita is simply Dundun with an attitude. While Dundun is just fried yams, YamaritaRead More…

Nigerian Okra Soup

Nigerian Okra Soup

Back then in school, okra soup was a life saver. This quick fix meal always came to the rescue after several hours of tiring boring lectures. Oops! Can’t believe I said that loud. LOL. What makes me love the soup so much is that it goes with most swallows. Furthermore,Read More…

How To Make Spaghetti Bolognese

How To Make Spaghetti Bolognese

Whenever I get tired of our local dishes and simply want to have a feel of the continental, I go for Spaghetti Bolognese. The Bolognese sauce has its origin from Bologna, Italy and it is meat-based. If you are like me and love to be adventurous in the kitchen, thenRead More…

Afang Soup

Afang Soup

Today, we take a trip to the South-South region of Nigeria to relish the great taste of Afang soup. Afang, though native to the Efiks of Nigeria has become a delight for many. The leaves used in making Afang soup include wild spinach (Okazi) and water leaves. Okazi leaves are hotRead More…

How To Make The Perfect Akara

How To Make The Perfect Akara

Mama Bomboy owns the popular Akara stand on my street. She makes this fluffy, yummy, melt in your mouth bean cakes that keep you going back for more. I’ve eaten her Akara for years but that’s about to end because I’m moving house. The good thing however is she sharedRead More…