Balance… Nothing speaks balance like the perfect blend of sweet and savoury. Personally, I mostly pick savoury food over sweet food but when I find meal that can bring together both worlds in the right flavour… Yes! that’s a winner. Okonomiyaji is inspired by a savoury Japanese
Suya is one of my favourite Nigerian street food- it is thinly sliced beef well marinated in yaji and grilled, usually served in outdated newspaper wraps with fresh onions and sometimes other fresh vegetables like cabbage, carrots and tomatoes. In fact, it remains the sole reason
One street food I miss about Nigeria is Suya! £1 worth of suya in Nigeria can make me a meal easily. However, I have found ways to enjoy the pleasure of suya even with the distance… This recipe is one sure and fast way to get your suya experience with no hassle
Oh yes! You can have the best of both worlds… Sweet and spicy! Haha😂 This is my newest embrace of flavour balance (why did it take so long for me to realize this good life 🤦- been missing out🙆). This is the revolutionary flavour for you if you
Olu is what the Yoruba people of Southwestern Nigeria call mushroom. Unfortunately, I didn’t like mushroom as a child ( I didn’t like avocados too… imagine!). I was really missing out. Now that I’m wiser 😂, I have found ways to enjoy mushroom wellllllll.
If you are passionate about love like me, you probably would have read “The 5 love languages” by Gary Chapman (if you have not, you should get your hands on it ASAP). If you have read the book, I am officially informing you that Food is the 6th love language
I woke up this morning thinking of how to spice up your Valentine’s Day this year (yes, I love you guys that much 😘). I knew immediately that the perfect sauce you need in your love life