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  • Suya Spaghetti Stirfry
    I know… suya everywhere… I’m not obsessed, I promise. This delicious spaghetti recipe is very dear to my heart as it was one of the first dishes I made that my brothers really loved when I started to cook for […]
  • Yaji Tortilla Chips
    Chipsssss! Crunchy crispy chips… Kra kra kraaawnnnūüėā I enjoy eating crunchy chips and crisp. Plantain chips, potato crisps; how I loved Pringles as a child! However, I usually preferred the spicy options; I still do- spicy plantain chips over plain; […]
  • Smokey Jollof Rice
      Smokey jollof rice. Party jollof rice.. Bottom pot jollof… If you have ever eaten authentic jollof rice served at Nigerian owambe, you know what this¬† jollof recipe is about. Sooooo, there is a popular opinion that only jollof rice […]
  • Cabbage suya wraps
    Wraps are one of my favourite things to pack for lunch- they are super easy and quick, and I can just throw in my favourite ingredients under wraps. My go-to flavourful tortilla wraps and suya shawarma would make any guests […]
  • Mince Suya Shawarma
    Shawarma. Shawarma. Shawarma…¬† Shawarma is a Middle Eastern dish made of thinly sliced meat roasted usually on a vertical spit or rotisserie while turning slowly. However, most people now refer to shawarma is the entire tortilla wrap with meat, vegetables […]
  • Yaji Tortilla Wraps
      Yaji tortilla wraps were live on @dineasroyalty’s Instagram live today for the first time in history ( yes, I have not it seen anywhere else yet- aka copyrighted). I have planned to make this yaji flour tortilla wraps for […]
  • Moist Plantain Bread
    How rude I have been to plantain in the past. Wait… don’t get me wrong; plantain is on the top of my world’s favourite ingredients. I love to eat plantain in all of its forms. Plantain chips has definitely got […]
  • Quick Homemade Pizza
    Earlier today, I made this quick pizza live on Instagram. This recipe is super quick and would be ready in less than 30minutes. With this quick dough, I am not planning to ever bother about waiting for my dough to […]
  • Suya toast
    I have now been indoors for over 5weeks. I am praying for the world to get over this pandemic really soon. One of my coping mechanisms has been reminiscing about my favourite memories from many years ago; and recreating them- […]
  • Spicy seafood sauce
    One of the things I miss about my one year National Youth Service in Cross River, Nigeria is the fresh seafood. That state lived up to his name (the river part). It was intriguing how freshly caught seafood was in […]
  • Egusi Soup
      The first time I made Egusi soup, my big brother was speechless! Some days later, my big sister called me to ask me how I made it; apparently the Egusi was disaster! Yes, it was not nice. Don’t you […]
  • Easy Bread Rolls
    Being indoors for weeks because of social distancing has its pecks. However, that means we can’t go get fresh baked breads from the bakeries as often as we desire; because it is best to stay at home for everyone’s sound […]
  • Naija Bruschetta
    Bruschetta is a popular appetizer in Italy; usually consisting of grilled bread rubbed with garlic, olive oil, salt, and topped with tomatoes, cured meat, vegetables, cheese among many options. The toppings vary. I have tried the original recipe and totally […]
  • Plantain Oats Bars
    Self- isolating or working from home due to the current spread of coronavirus? Your mind and body is probably still adjusting to your new workspace. This could also mean frequent visits to the kitchen than you would have been opportuned […]
  • Apple Tapioca
    I am yet to find a meal made from cassava that I do not like. Cassava is really versatile; and it is used in many recipes around the world in different processed forms. Cassava is low in sugar and has […]
  • Garri Cupcakes
    Garri is crunchy, ready to eat flour granules made from cassava popular in West Africa. Garri is commonly made into an edible dough ball called eba with hot water and a spatula, however it can also be eaten like most […]
  • Okonomiyaji
    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. […]
  • Suya Dirty Rice
    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 […]
  • Mince Beef Suya
    One street food I miss eating while I lived in 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… […]
  • Yaji Syrup
    Oh yes! You can have the best of both worlds… Sweet and spicy! Hahaūüėā This is my newest embrace of flavour balance. I’m still wondering why it took so long for me to realize this good life ūü§¶- been missing […]
  • Olu Stirfry
    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 ūüėā, I have found ways […]
  • Love sliders
    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 […]
  • Yajinnaise
    I woke up this morning thinking of how to spice up your Valentine’s Day this year (yes, I love you guys that much ūüėė). I knew immediately that the perfect sauce you need in your love life is this recipe.¬† […]
  • Suya Egg Muffins
    Spice is back fam ūüėČ ! Heads up because you are about to be flooded with some new spicy recipes, starting with this suya egg muffins that combines spicy nutty yaji with the flavour of grilled meats. This recipe is […]
  • Bruschetella
    Bruschetella is probably the easiest and fastest canape you would ever make! It is simple and yummmmmy- an extra item that would be a major crowd pleaser for your Christmas table this year; you are most welcome ūüėČ This recipe […]
  • Ginja Berry
    Summer 2019! This is the perfect ice drink for summer weather; even more interesting if you live in a country where it is summer all year-round. Ginja Berry- are you thinking what I’m thinking?!I made from Ginger and Berry – […]
  • Asunboli
    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!¬† […]
  • Granola
    My dear friend asked for this recipe on instagram this afternoon, I could not even imagine that it was not on the blog already. How could I forget to post this amazing nutty yummy recipe. This recipe is so easy, […]
  • Yaji Potatoes
    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 […]
  • Ajekusine Casserole
    This has got to be the easiest breakfast recipe ever. You got some leftover slices of bread, veggies and eggs? Breakfast is ready in a tiny bit! Let’s Go! INGREDIENTS¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† […]
  • Spicy Mayoup
    This sauce is very easy and versatile sauce- perfect as a dip, spread, bake sauce or even marinade.
  • Naija Burger
    HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY NIGERIA In honour of two good old Patriotic Nigerian Citizens- Agege Bread and Suya, I bring You the Naija burger… haha… oh yes! Teamed up with
  • Beans Pancake
    FITFAM! Where u at? I gat You! Ketogenic diet folks! Beans pancake is absolute guilt free- protein pleasure ***winks*** Carbs got nothing on You! Can I get an Amen? Cheers… INGREDIENTS¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† […]
  • Plantain Veggie Stir-fry
    Whatever you eat, just add this plantain stir-fry; I mean it, I have eaten this with everything possible- literally! Credit it to my love for plantain; credit it to my love for veggies, credit it to my love for stir-fry… […]
  • Semo Crepe
    I have this ‘weird’ lack of appetite for any okele (swallow)¬†that is not made from yam or cassava; I just don’t accept it as swallow, and semo falls in this category. I genuinely don’t know the reason, I just don’t […]
  • Ofada Jambalaya
    You wonder why your folks don’t eat leftover rice, it’s probably because you haven’t tried this recipe. Ofada Jambalaya was another on-spot eureka moment creation with leftover local brown rice (ofada); its an official leftover makeover that was so good […]
  • Avocado Egg Toast
    Hi Hi… It’s been a whiiiiile… ¬†I sincerely apologize and agree that I owe You an explanation… that aside, I totally can’t wait for You to try this sandwich toast recipe as your next family breakfast. This sandwich will blow […]
  • Ajekusine Rice
    Hehe… This is my first right on-spot meal I’ve made this year; trust me, it is the beginning of many more to come. The most interesting part of this recipe is you don’t have to shop for the ingredients… What’s […]
  • Chessy Kilishi Indomie Noodles
    Cheese.. chilli.. kilishi… collabo. Kilishi noodles is one meal I know my brother-in-law will never say no to. It tastes soooo good and cooks really quick! Adding creamy cheddar just takes to a whole new level entirely… INGREDIENTS¬† ¬† ¬† […]
  • Cheese Veggie Sandwich
      I’m sorry, but I can’t promise that the sandwich series will ever come to an end. There are endles possibilities to the combinations that want to hugged by the lovely brown bread bodies **shines teeth** + this is the […]
  • Cheesy Vegan Sandwich
    A sandwich is a food item consisting of one or more types of food, such as vegetables,sliced cheese or meat, placed on or between slices of bread..;says Wiki… whether it’s like sliced bread, bun, baguette, or even Agege bread (if […]
  • Fruizza
    I confess! I ate the missing piece… Fruizza! *winks** I hope you crack it?! This is my new way of enjoying my fruits combination. I relish the taste that the combination gives- nothing can match this plus it’s a really […]
  • Efo riro Sandwich
    Yes! If you are Nigerian and have never eaten bread with efo riro before… chai! you’re missing a lot! Let me confess that I’m not the biggest fan of large portions of ‘okele’ (aka swallow); I can only eat little […]
  • Summer Fruit Bowl
    I can’t thank GOD enough when I get hold of different fruits and relish how amazing they taste… all natural! I will be sharing a series of my fruits and vegetable combination amidst food recipes from time to time. The […]
  • SELT Sandwich
    Hello Foodie… Make a wish!… You should swap your breakfast with different types of sandwiches… Super easy and filling… **wink** SELT refers to Sardine Egg Lettuce Tomato. Boom! This is my ‘orijo’ o…lol INGREDIENTS¬† ¬† 2 Servings Bread¬† ¬† ¬† […]
  • Mayo-up Sandwich
    Still on the soundwishes series… here’s our second simple sandwich! Make this your breakfast tomorrow! **wink**wink**… Let the¬†magic begin!   INGREDIENTS¬† ¬† ¬† 2¬†Servings Bread¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†4 slices Mayonnaise¬† ¬† ¬† […]
  • Sandwich 1
    Hello… it’s the first of the recipes for the soundwishes series post… and it’s the simplest! Good old sardine and butter sandwich. I’m adding boiled eggs for some more protein at the start of your day. Plus it’s breakfast for […]
  • Yam Peppersoup
    This is a one pot recipe; it’s perfect for this rainy season… think of hot tea.. hmmn… now think of hot flavored soup that will just soothe your taste buds and ease your cold caused goose bumps… Yeah! Some real […]
  • Oven-baked Potato Skewers
    Potatoes are currently my favourite tuber food; I can go on and on and on eating this pretty roots without any sense of guilt… fiber present, low calorie content, no cholesterol.. it’s best bet for dinner even if you are […]
  • Rosella Colada
    Hello foodie family! Dine as Royalty’s ¬†freshest drink recipe is suitable for all ages and diets- Rosella Colada! I really love to name my food recipes; rosella colada came about from the name of the drink’s 2 major ingredients- Rosella […]

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