How to prepare Achicha Ede

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Ingredients  3 cups achicha ede (cocoyam flakes) 600g green leafy vegetables. You can either use: Green amaranth or Nigerian pumpkin leaves (ugu) or Spinach Scent leaves (nchanwu, efirin) ½ cup red palm oil ½ cup ukpaka (ugba) 2 red onions 2 Habanero peppers (or to your taste) Salt (to taste) ... more

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How to cook Agbugbu na achicha

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How to cook Agbugbu na achicha

Ingredients 3 cups pigeon pea 1 Cup dried cocoyam Salt (to taste) Fresh, roughly blended Pepper (to taste) 2 tbsp Powdered crayfish 1/4 cup palm oil Stock cubes (optional, to taste) Preparation Pick the pigeon pea, wash and cook. P. S. It requires some investment to get delicate, along these lines, I’d recommend you ... more

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How to prepare Ayaraya Ji

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How to prepare Ayaraya Ji

Ingredients 1. 4 cups of pigeon peas (ogamgam is the sort that doesn’t set aside much effort to cook. See picture) 2. Half tuber of good, old yam (Ji ohuru or new yam isn’t useful for this dinner since it is disgusting) 3. One tablespoonful of Uziza 4. Little blend ... more

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How to prepare a balanced diet with Nigerian food

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How to prepare a balanced diet with Nigerian food

A large portion of Nigerian sustenances are really solid, particularly in the event that you realize how to join it. Here is how to make an appropriate balanced diet with Nigerian nourishment. 1. Sugar Edible sugar in your eating regimen furnishes you with vitality, in spite of the fact that ... more

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How to prepare fiofio

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How to prepare fiofio

The fio fio dish is a zesty pigeon pea porridge, peculiar to the general people of Enugu state in Nigeria. This simple recipe will teach you to prepare the Ingredients 2 cups fio-fio (pigeon peas) 2 cups smashed achicha (cocoyam) 3 milk cups of palm oil Handful of scent leaf ... more

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How to prepare Aniga

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WE HAVE TWO TYPES OF ANIGA They are been differentiated by the things contains inside the Aniga Aniga mpoto Aniga nkiti Aniga mpoto is been made with cocoyam leaves While ordinary aniga is made with bitter leaves/saint leaves inside. Introduction Aniga is one of the ancient food loved by Oko ... more

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How To Make Kilishi

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  Ingredients  1 small stock dice ¼ teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon dry cayenne pepper seeds 10 pieces wafer-skinny red meat 1 tablespoon suya spice (suya pepper) three cloves of garlic 1 teaspoon cloves (Kanafuru) A small piece of ginger Notes  The beef you will use for Kilishi must be cut ... more

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How to Make Puff Puff

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Ingredients For approximately 25 balls of Puff Puff, the scale within the photograph above, you may want:   ½ teaspoon floor nutmeg ½ cup granulated sugar (or to your taste) three pinches of salt Lukewarm water 2 cups (250g) of Plain Flour 2 teaspoons of yeast (the only utilized in ... more

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How to fry Nigerian Chin Chin

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Ingredients  250g margarine 2 medium nutmegs ground nutmeg Tasteless and odourless vegetable oil (for frying) eight cups (1kg) simple flour (all reason flour) ¾ cup (150ml) evaporated milk (Peak Milk) / 150g powdered milk 1¼ cups (275g) granulated sugar for crunchy Chin Chin, use the following quantities of Ingredients 1kg plain ... more

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How to Make Nigerian Meat Pie

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Nigerian Meat Pie Ingredients The variety of meat pies you may get relies upon on the diameter of the beef pie cutter you use. A cutter that is eight inches (20cm) in diameter will give you about 10 meat pies with the subsequent components. For  Nigerian Meat Pie dough 1kg ... more

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