Tag: How to cook

How to Cook What?: Banga Soup (Ofe Akwu)

Food May 14, 2019 1 Comments

Banga Soup is well-known in the Southern part of Nigeria. It is a very delicious food and can be served with a variety of dishes such as rice, starch, boiled plantains, yam etc. It is very similar within tribes but the additional spices used for preparing banga Soup, makes it differ in taste and aroma.   Banga soup is known by several names; it is…

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College kitchen: Spaghetti Chicken Stir-fry With Fried Chicken

Food April 17, 2015 0 Comments

College kitchen (45mins or less): Spaghetti Chicken Stir-fry With Fried Chicken Hey hey! So as you all will soon figure out, I’m a first class foodie hence my first blog post being about food. Being in the university has made me fall in love with less time consuming recipes.  I mean who has the time really. This recipe today is to get something…

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How to Cook What?: Pepper Soup

Food February 13, 2015 3 Comments

What you will need to prepare Pepper soup  • Chicken/ goat meat/ cow leg/ assorted beef – 1kg • Ehu or ariwo or calabash nutmeg -4 seeds • Chili pepper (to taste) • Dry uziza (scent leaves) – 2 teaspoons (optional) • Onions -2 medium bulbs • Crayfish – 2 tablespoons of ground crayfish • Salt • 3 Seasoning cubes…

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How to Cook What? Oha Soup

Food December 8, 2014 3 Comments

How to cook what? Oha soup Oha soup is a Nigerian traditional soup that has its roots from the south Eastern part of the country. Oha soup is very similar to bitter leaf soup and they are prepared the same way. The only difference between the two is that bitter leaf soup makes use of bitter leaf while oha soup…

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How to Cook What?: Garden Egg Stew

Food September 24, 2014 6 Comments

Garden eggs, also known as eggplant is a very good source of dietary fiber, potassium, manganese, copper and thiamine (vitamin B1). The garden egg stew is a very popular meal, It’s very easy and fast to cook. And can be served with a variety of dishes ranging from rice, pasta, plantain, potatoes, boiled yam you name it. When cooked without meat, it…

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