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Showing posts with label FOOD. Show all posts
Showing posts with label FOOD. Show all posts

HOW TO MAKE SIMPLE NIGERIAN AFANG SOUP |AKWA IBOM STYLE

May 29, 2018




Afang soup is a very delicious Nigerian recipe though it's from the akwa ibom -- cross rivers part of Nigeria but it's something i enjoy eating and decided to share with you guys. What i used Afang or okazi leaves water leaves smoked fish iced fish meat stock fish or oporoko seasoning cubes crayfish bonga fish salt palm oil onions Cameroon pepper Try this recipe and let me know what you think about it.

HOW TO MAKE YUMMY NIGERIAN CRAYFISH JOLLOF RICE

December 01, 2017
My Nigerian CRAYFISH JOLLOF RICE is so delicious that i had to share it with you and i hope you enjoy it as much as we do in the CRIB.

How do you make your Jollof Rice???

What I Used:
4 Cups of Rice, washed
Chopped Onion
Water Salt (Depending on your taste)
2 Seasoning Cubes (Depending on your taste)
Tomatoes
Tatashe
Dried Pepper
Crayfish
Okporo
Thyme
Vegetable Oil






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MASH SWEET POTATOES MADE WITH CHICKEN STOCK

August 24, 2016
Hello beautiful moms so i decided to do a collaboration with Kiddiesplate, who is a mom chef and since i am a mom blogger i decided why not post kids recipes for those moms like me who sometimes don't know what and what to give their kids....Hope you find this both useful and satisfying especially for your little one. 

Homemade chicken broth
 

1 big chicken breast or 2 drum stick
500ml Water
Pinch of salt(for 12+)
Ginger
Garlic
Onions powder
 


Cook the chicken till tender,add water if need be.sieve the water to remove remains of chicken, voila! You have your homemade chicken broth you can check previous post for veggie broth. You can use the broth for your 7m+ kids....use it for foods like this mash potatoes,beans etc. 

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EASY WAY TO PEEL YOUR BEANS FOR MOIMOI AND AKARA

August 18, 2016
Hello beauties, today's videos. I'll be showing you how to take off the peel of beans very easily whenever you want to prepare akara, moimoi or beans pancakes... It's very easy to do and you don't spent so much time...

P.S: soak your beans for at least 1hr before you do it so it the peelw can come off easily and quickly.

Things I used:

Beans: 2 butter cups
Medium sized Sieve
A bowl
Water
Mortar
Pestle.




I hope this was very helpful to you. Please let me know of anymore videos you will love to see and I'll be glad to share.

I love you for watching and till my next post.... XOXO

NIGERIAN OKRO SOUP RECIPE

July 28, 2016
 


Hello beauties, howdy and hope your week is going g well. So I have been busy, did I tell u IFE had stuffy nose which didn't allow him to sleep or feed well and it has lasted over 2-3weeks now. Nothing is working. We have tried steam method, nasal drop and nebulizing and nothing seem to work. But I know with God all things are possible so I am resulting to prayer. After all it's the master key. So back to this deliciousness. True true, I didn't plan to post this here. It was supposed to be on Instagram but I thought of you my ride or die readers and decided to bring it here too. So follow me on Instagram @DIARYOFANABUJAMOM so you will get this kind of recipes as soon ad they are posted... Please grab a glass of smoothie and continue reading..
P.S: if you are into weight watching , this is very healthy so no fear and cook to your family size or your belle.

WHAT I USED:

Okro
Beef
Cow head
Kanda/ pomor
1 full Titus iced fish
Stockfish/oporoko
Islam/periwinkle
Seasoning
Salt
Fresh and dry pepper 
Crayfish
Onions
Palm oil or tumeric powder

HOW TO PREPARE:
First of all wash all the washables with salt water. You know our food handlers are careless and dirty at times.
Chop the okro
Slice the pepper
Use mortar to pound some crayfish and onion

Pre boil your cow head cause it can be strong, you don't want it to be un chewable. I used pressure cooker, if you don't have use the normal everyday pot.

Steam your beef, pomor, oporoko together.
Add onions, dry pepper and seasoning, mix together. No salt yet. 

Cook till done, add your Titus fish both smoked and iced then add little salt and cook for about 1-2minutes

In a separate pot, allow to dry, add little palm oil when it's a little bit hot add your pounded onion  mix and sliced red peppers.

Stir together for about a minute and add your chopped okro

Stir together for 3 minutes and add your steamed meat combo
Cook for 5 minutes, add your periwinkles. Taste for salt and if the pepper is to your preference.
Cook for about 1-2 minutes and its ready for warking.

I didn't add vegetable cause I just wanted that crunchy okro feel but you can add green, ugu, bitter leaf or whatever you like and you mustn't use everything that I used, you can reduce hand, don't use some things or use more. Na your money and appetite go determine wetin you want

Serve with akidi, semi, garri, foofoo, pounded yam and a chilled drink. Thank me later. I hope you enjoy making this as I did. I love you for reading and till my next post XOXO

I have written an okro soup recipe and i realised that it wasn't properly done so i decided to wite this more elaborate one, let me know which one recipe you prefer. See link here: FOOD: TITUS FISH OKRO SOUP

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