Asunboli! Asunboli !! Asunboli !!! Can you feel the rhythm… let’s dance hahaha
This is the perfect appetizer for your next party; or if you are like me and just enjoy wowing your family’s tastebuds… I got you a winner! It’s super easy with a remarkable flavour. Let’s get real quick into it…
My dear friend asked for this recipe on instagram this afternoon, I could not even imagine that it was not on the blog yet! This recipe is so easy, healthy and very filling- it can be enjoyed with milk, smoothie or yoghurt. Thanks Sis- here you go!
Ingredients 4 Servings
quick oats works as well
other nuts work as well
agave/ golden syrup works as well
cinnamon, vanilla, mace or your flavour of choice
Preheat your oven to 180C for 10 minutes. Mix 1 cup of nuts with 4 cups of oats, 1/2 cup of honey and 1 teaspoon of nutmeg.
Spread out mixture on oven tray (cover the tray with foil or parchment paper). Place in the oven to cook for 20minutes; stirring intermittently (every 5minutes).
Alternatively, cook in a frying pan on low/ medium heat, stirring every 3 minutes so the flavour is even and to prevent burning.
Allow to cool. You can add some dried fruits. Store in an airtight container. Consume within 2weeks for the crunchiest and freshest gastronomic experience.
In Nigeria, Yaji is a renowned spice used for a famous roasted sliced beef delicacy called suya. The flavour of yaji is phenomenal; oh how sensational your tastebuds would feel as you munch on this yaji potatoes- crispy skin, soft yummy on the inside.
Ingredients 2 Servings
Mixed herbs1 tsp
Yaji Spice4 tbsps
Saltto taste tbsps
Olive oil1 tbsp
Preheat your oven at 230C degrees for 5minutes while cut the potatoes into eight wedges each ( you can leave the skin on, just make sure to properly wash it). Sprinkle salt, mixed herbs, yaji spice and a tablespoon of olive oil; jumble the potatoes so they are evenly coated.
Cover your oven tray with foil or parchment paper. Lightly oil the pan with olive oil cooking spray or use a brush to oil the surface. Spread out the potatoes on the oiled tray and bake for 20minutes.
This has got to be the easiest breakfast recipe ever. You got some leftover bread, veggies and eggs? Breakfast is ready in a tiny bit!
Ingredients 2 Servings
Tomato ketchup1 tbsp
carrots, cabbage, tomatoes, mushrooms...
Salt and seasoningto taste
Mixed herbsas desired
Pre-heat oven at 230C degrees for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, lightly oil a baking dish, I used a 10 by 6 inches baking pyrex dish. Add 2 slices to the oiled baking dish; trim off any excess to fit the dish bottom. Layer with vegetables, cheese and meat as desired.
Mix eggs with herbs, salt, pepper and seasoning to taste. Mix in a dash of milk and a tablespoon of mayonnaise. Add combined mixture to the baking dish and place in the oven for 18 minutes to cook.
Top with remaining two slices of bread (I sliced each size into two to aid serving), dash it with the spoon of tomato ketchup and finish with grated cheese. Return to the oven for 7 minutes.
I’ve been voluntering with an NGO in a rural community, serving my country, getting married to the love of my life, and relocating from my birth country. I promise you that all through this time, I have been creating new recipes; it has just taken so long to be back to blogging… FORGIVE ME.
Now that I’ve been atoned for. Believe me, I’ll keep the recipes coming! Let’s start with this very easy versatile sauce- perfect as a dip, spread, bake sauce or even marinade.
‘Mayoup’ – You know I love to name my recipes mostly from the ingredients, which means this recipe’s major ingredients are Mayonnaise and Tomato Ketchup. It also means we’re ‘upping’ mayo’s game… haha- with some spice.
Ingredients 12 Servings
Tomato Ketchup3/4 cups
Barbeque sauce2 tbsps
chilli flakes would work as well
Finely grate the 3 cloves of garlic with a hand grater and set it at the bottom of your jar.
Layer each ingredient. Then mix with a spoon.
Serve as desired.
P.S. I labelled my jar with a plain white paper sticker.
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My love for corn though… I see each kernel as though they were precious stones. I would have tried to bedazzle a black dress with them if they would shine and not rot. You know, they keep me appreciating GOD because they are an array of order as the obediently cling to their cobs in decent rows and columns, each kernel in its position without disturbing the other. Beyond their physical appearance, these beauties are loaded with health benefits. Every bite, crunch, swallow is a nutritious blessing… Oh Heavens!Continue reading →
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Vegetable salad is a very healthy to go snack-pack you want everyday… trust me, you can have as many plates as you want without having to think of gaining some excess calories as in the case of junks. It is very easy to make and quick too; there are no restrictions to the vegetables too.
I made about eight plates in 30 minutes. It’s really easy!
So I realized I was tired of eating spaghetti, then I thought to explore other pasta. Macaroni! This came with mixed feelings because my siblings have never liked it; though I’ve always been indifferent too. I wanted this to be different; so I thought if I made a nice sauce with it, I would totally enjoy it. Guess what? I really did!
I am practically in love with hibiscus tea- hot or cold.
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Today’s photography class was tagged ‘appetizing’. The lecturer had informed us earlier that the subject was food, so I made a list for my course mates so they don’t have to rack memories for ideas since that is what I love to do most. All along I had forgotten I had exhausted the options without picking mine.