Tag Archive | Nigerian Food

Dinner is Served!

Last Saturday I attended a graduation party and we had a big spread to eat from. So today, I will showcase some of the foodies but will only discuss the famous Nigerian Jollof Rice. 

Recently, CNN Richard Quest visited Nigeria and confirmed the rich tasty flavour of the Nigerian jollof rice (You can google this and get the facts). We prepare the classic Nigerian Jollof Rice and indeed all Nigerian rice recipes with the long grain parboiled rice.  I have served the Parboiled white rice and stew in a previous post. Continue reading

Dinner is Served!

Just like yesterday’s dinner, Pepper soup is still the dish for today but this time with Fish instead of Beef.

Pepper-Soup is one of the easiest recipes.  Today, I’ve used two kinds of fish. The first soup is with Catfish while the second soup is with Tilapia fish with tiger shrimps. They both taste very delish

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*Cat Fish Pepper-soup*

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Dinner is Served!

This is a famous vegetable soup made with special vegetables and one of the widely eaten dishes in Nigeria.

Afang soup is a traditional soup made with Afang or okazi, as the Efiks and Igbos of Eastern Nigeria call it. The recipe includes Afang/Okazi leafs, water-leafs which I replace with Spinach here in Europe. Dry fish, Meat, periwinkle or snail, crayfish, hot chilli pepper, salt, stock and palm oil.  Continue reading