Granola

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! Step 1 Preheat your oven to 180C for […]

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 yummy on the inside. Step 1 Preheat your oven at 230C degrees for 5minutes while […]

Ajekusine Casserole

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! Let’s Go! Step 1 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 […]

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, we bring You the Naija burger… haha… oh yes! We 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

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… Just come along.

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

Ofada Jambalaya

You wonder why your folks don’t eat leftover rice, it simply because you haven’t tried this recipe. Ofada Jambalaya

Sandwich 7

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 recipe as your next family breakfast. This sandwich will blow your mind, taste-bud .

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

Sandwich 6

  I’m sorry, but I can’t promise that the sandwich series will ever come to an end. There are endless

Sandwich 5

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

Fruizza

I confess! I ate the missing piece… Fruizza(*winks** I hope you crack it) is my new way of enjoying

Sandwich 4

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

Fruit Bowl 1

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

Sandwich 2

Still on the soundwishes series… here’s our second simple sandwich! Make this your breakfast tomorrow!

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

Oven-baked Potatoes

Potatoes are my favourite tuber food; I can go on and on and on eating this pretty roots without any sense of guilt… fiber

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

Macombre

  Hi!.. Do you remember Hibiscus rice? Here’s her cousin! Rice and Macaroni are somehow somewhere related on the family tree… email me if you want to know how… lol

Smoothie 1

Smoothie 1! Because this is the beginning of many others to come. This smoothie is suitable for all ages and diet type, even if you’re diabetic- but of course, you shouldn’t take too much of it. Here’s the simple way to get this beautiful deliciousness… Cheers!

Macrewa

Macrewa is soon becoming a legend… It was coined out of its two main ingredients- macaroni and ewa (which means beans in Yoruba). This rev came as a result of Obafemi Awolowo University Awo Hostel boys who are renowned to make spaghetti with beans- “Spagewa”. The other reason I like the name is because I need […]

Yam Pancakes

Here’s another recipe from my yam eureka moment as I worked on my project. What I fancy about this particular recipe is that it got me thinking about my unborn

Yam Cupcakes

Guess what?! My school project is on Food Photography; and I’m working on Yoruba yam delicacies. Here’s the thing- after I made a list of the the meals The Yoruba make with yam, I wanted more… then it struck!

Green Drink

I believe by now you are aware that I like… love food. I always like to try out new food- almost any food at all- no restrictions whatsoever! In all the freedom of my eating, I have a custom to detoxify my body with

Beans Salsa

I found this patent chili peppers in a local market and just couldn’t look  away. You know what they say about the female gender shopping more than their list, yeah, exactly what I did; because the carrots just seemed soo in love with the chili and ball peppers as I thought of the beans salsa! I […]

Panwama

Pancake Sharwama… As much as I like pancakes, I get tired of them too quickly. This brought me to include filling in my pancakes every time I made them. I must confess, I thought I was going to gain some weight from  binge eating this  recipe in June

Boli Burger

Here goes my food accompaniment of all time being a meal all by itself; haha and in all of its glory! This recipe is to upgrade one of my faithful food lovers- Boli! Boli, which is the Yoruba name for roasted plantain is my favourite way to eat plantain; but then the sound of  boli […]

Caramelized Chips

This recipe is as simple as it sounds… imagine the blessedness of caramel on baked fries; yeah, wake up!>> and smell. Don’t let it burn! Get it out of the oven now!!! Let’s make this happen straight up!

Coconut Brown Rice (Ofada)

#CoconutOfadaRice Eating Ofada rice was a special thing for me as I grew up because it was cooked only during festive seasons. The smell of it cooking was a good memory and the taste… oh la la; most especially was the special black sauce that was served with it. I just loved this moments…

Coconut Creamed Corn

Creamy slush; Chewy crunch; All at once; Munch a much… I love the blend of corn and coconut, I eat them simultaneously most of the time

Grilled Herring Fish

Hello Corn, you are still the champ- I promise; Fish is just a side chick, don’t you worry. At this point, I think it won’t be fair of me not to confess that I have been cheating on corn. Even as I have professed my undying love to corn, I have still been eating fish […]

Corn Soup

So my corn love is still on… I resolved that I must make a soup off this my corn addiction. I have eaten boiled or roasted corn almost everyday since its season began. Amidst other recipes I still enjoy eating corn boiled with just salt

Corned Spinach

I have made almost a hundred recipes with corn in the past three weeks- but in my head; and each of them was fantastic… lol I decided to leave the fantasy world and make them come alive… This was my first- Corned Spinach! I really like spinach; I add it in my meals and smoothies, […]

Happy Maizery!

Happy Maizery is my new way of greeting; I didn’t relocate to Maizery o, it is just my way of felicitating with this corn season. 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 […]

Oated Chicken

Oated Chicken! Yeah, you’ll have to get a big pack of oats because I think I’m beginning to have an obsession with oats; and I just want to try everything using this healthy grains. I’ve been used eating oats as cereals for too many years

Oats Tacos

It’s been almost three weeks since I posted any recipe here; and I’m sincerely sorry. I am so soo excited to be back. Let me confess that I’ve made four other different types of oats cookies (recipes coming soon), so I wanted something more than cookies from oats- and it came! Oats Tacos! It’s my […]

Oats cookies

Today is National Oatmeal day in America! so I decided to share this oatmeal cookies recipe in felicitation. It has that crunchy outer layer; but softer on the inside. It’s nice to eat and quick to make; and completely healthy. Crunchy yumm yumm!

Custard Crepe

Crepe is a lighter form of making pancakes. Using custard in place of flour was quite daring; but then I wanted to know the outcome really. So I tried this for the first time and it came out really really nice. C’mon let’s dare…

Dundun alata

I have bought the locally sold outdoor dundun many times and I’ve always enjoyed it. The only challenge is that it’s only sold in the evening where I stay. I wanted it in the morning this day, so I thought of DIY (Do It Yourself). Yeah! Then I had to factor in my love for pepper… […]

Vegetable salad

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. […]

Macaroni and Veggie Sauce

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 […]

Hibiscus Rice

For the love of hibiscus tea… I am practically in love with hibiscus tea- hot or cold. It was Presidential election day and I had no voters’ card so I was part of those who stayed indoors. Just thought to try something new and be part the on-going decision to make a change in the country. This […]

Yam Plantain stir-fry

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 […]