Saturday, 19 April 2014

How to make Èbà - Nigerian Food Recipes

Èbà is a solid that is enjoyed with various soups such as Okra soup and Efo Riro. This quick and easy step will show you how to achieve this Nigerian Food Recipe in minutes.

How to make Èbà

How to make Èbà


Tools:

·         Kettle
·         Plastic container
·         Wooden spoon


Ingredients:

·         Hot water
·         Gari (Cassava Flakes)


Cooking Instructions:

·         Boil some water in the kettle, once hot, add to a plastic container
·         Add some Gari and spread evenly
·         Bring together with the wooden spoon. Add water should the texture be tough
·         Continue to bring together until texture is smooth and no lumps are visible


The achieved quantity should be equivalent to the amount of serving. Serve with soups of your choice.

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How to cook Egusi Soup - Melon Soup

Egusi Soup is another mouth watering Nigerian Food that accompanies various solids such as Èbà or Àmàlà. It is often mistaken for Efo Elegusi but Egusi soup is a standalone soup not requiring any type of leafy green. The leafy green is what sets them apart. Please follow this guideline below to achieve this unmistaken and tasteful Nigerian Soup Recipe.


How to cook Egusi Soup - Melon Soup

Ingredients:

·         Beef
·         Tripe
·         Gizzard
·         Smoked Turkey
·         Dry fish
·         Salt
·         Aromat seasoning
·         Maggi
·         Ground Egusi
·         Red bell pepper
·         Scotch bonnet
·         Onion
·         Plum tomatoes
·         Palm oil


Cooking instructions:

·         Soak the dry fish in warm water to soften
·         Cook the assorted meat until it is soft and ready to eat
·         Blend the bell pepper, plum tomatoes, onion, and scotch bonnet together until smooth
·         Heat the palm oil on medium heat, once piping hot; pour the blended pepper and season with salt, maggi and aromat seasoning. Leave to cook for approximately 10mins.
·         Pour the ground Egusi into the blender, add small amount of water and blend again to make sure it is smooth.
·         Add the blended Egusi into the cooking pepper and gently stir
·         After 5mins, add the assorted meat and dry fish and leave to further cook for approximately 5mins and it is ready to serve with any side of your choice. Bon Appetite!


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How to make Scotch Eggs – Nigerian Food Recipes

Scotch Eggs are on the go savoury snacks enjoyed all over the world. It is easy to make in the comfort of your own home. Below is the straightforward step by step guideline to achieving this delicious Nigerian Snack Recipe.

How to make Scotch Eggs

How to make Scotch Eggs


Tools:
·         Rolling pin
·         Chopping Board
·         Knife
·         Deep fryer/Cooking pot


Ingredients:
·         Golden breadcrumbs
·         4 Sausages of your choice
·         Flour
·         Salt
·         Aromat Seasoning
·         Mixed Herbs
·         1 beaten egg
·         4 Boiled eggs
·         Vegetable oil


Cooking Instructions:

·         Season the beaten egg and golden breadcrumbs with Aromat seasoning, pinch of salt and mixed herbs
·         Remove the skin off the sausages
·         Sprinkle some flour on the worktop; this stops the sausage meat from sticking
·         Fold the sausage meat  and use the rolling pin to flatten, add more flour if it is sticking to worktop and rolling pin
·         Place one boiled egg in the centre of the flattened sausage meat and gently wrap into a ball using the palm of your hand to mould into shape.
·         Dip this into the seasoned beaten egg making sure it is thoroughly covered
·         Gently dip this into the seasoned golden breadcrumbs until thoroughly covered
·         Heat  some vegetable oil in a cooking pot at medium heat, we want the oil to be hot enough to slowly cook the scotch eggs and not burn
·          Fry until it is golden brown

Remember 1 sausage per boiled egg.  Enjoy!!




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How to make Roasted Plantain – Boli - Nigerian Food Recipes

Boli is a quick savoury Nigerian Food Recipe. It is easy and can be done in minutes. It can be served with sides of your choice. Below is how to achieve this Nigerian Snack served with peanut (Èpà).

How to make Roasted Plantain – Boli


Tools:

·         Chopping Board
·         Knife
·         Oven Grill

Ingredients:

·         Ripe Plantain
·         Peanut

Cooking Instructions:

·         Pre-heat oven at 180-200°C
·         Peel the skin off the plantain and place on the grill tray
·         Grill for approximately 35mins whilst turning at intervals.

·         Serve with Peanut.



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How to make Akara – Nigerian Food Recipes

Akara, also known as Nigerian Beans Cake, is highly popular and deliciously accompanies Nigerian Ogi (Pap) or Custard or any sides of your choice. Be inspired and follow the step by step guideline below in achieving this Nigerian Food Recipe.

How to make Akara

How to make Akara


Tools:

·         Bowl
·         Wooden Spoon
·         Scoop
·         Scale
·         Knife
·         Chopping Board

Ingredients:

·         210g of Bean Flour
·         Vegetable Oil
·         Scotch Bonnet
·         Onions
·         Aromat Seasoning
·         Water
·         Salt


Cooking Instructions:

·         Dice the onion and scotch bonnet into bite size pieces and set aside
·         Add water to the bean flour and mix thoroughly
·         Once the required consistency is achieved, add the Aromat seasoning, salt, diced scotch bonnet, onion and mix well. Do not add excessive water.
·         Heat some vegetable oil in a pot on medium heat.

·         Scoop the Akara mixture and add to hot oil, cook until they are golden brown. Enjoy!



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How to cook Basmati Rice – Nigerian Food Recipes

Basmati Rice is quick and easy to make and the key rule is to steam cook the rice. This rice is very light and can accompany any stew. Follow this uncomplicated Nigerian Food Recipe below and you would be amazed as to how easy it is to achieve.

How to cook Basmati Rice

Basmati Rice


Tools:
·         Cooking Pot
·         Kettle
·         Cooker

Ingredients:
·         Basmati Rice
·         Salt
·         Vegetable Oil
·         Hot water

Cooking Instructions:

·         Boil some water in the kettle
·         Turn your oven to low-medium heat
·         Wash the Basmati Rice and place in a cooking pot
·         Place the cooking pot on the hob and add the boiling water from the kettle, the water level must be slightly above the level of rice
·         Add minimal amount of salt and vegetable oil and leave to steam cook for approximately 10mins
·         Reduce the heat when the water is completely dry and check how soft the rice is. Do not add any more water.

·         Once the Basmati Rice is soft, it is ready to serve.


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Thursday, 10 April 2014

How to make Eba (Garri) - Nigerian Food Recipes

Èbà is a solid food that is enjoyed with various soups such as Okra soup and Efo Riro. This quick and easy step will show you how to achieve this Nigerian Food Recipe in minutes.

How to make Eba (Garri) - Nigerian Food Recipes

How to make Eba (Garri) - Nigerian Food Recipes


Tools:

  •          Kettle
  •          Plastic container
  •          Wooden spoon

  
Ingredients:

·         Hot water
·          Garri (Cassava Flakes)


Cooking Instructions:

·         Boil some water in the kettle, once hot, add to a plastic container
·         Add some Gari and spread evenly
·         Bring together with the wooden spoon. Add water should the texture be tough
·         Continue to bring together until texture is smooth and no lumps are visible

The achieved quantity should be equivalent to the amount of serving. Serve with soups of your choice.


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Wednesday, 2 April 2014

All Nigerian Recipes: Try All Nigerian Recipes

All Nigerian Recipes:
It is a fact that all Nigerian recipes are great and worth trying out.  Nigeria comprises of 36 states with its Federal Capital known as Abuja. In Nigerian you will find circa 500 ethnic groups with Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba leading as the three largest. Put that into perspective and imagine the number of Nigerian Recipes you can possibly go through. You are reading this and wondering how can I possibly try all Nigerian recipes when the country has circa 500 ethnic groups? It will probably take a life-time to run through all Nigerian recipes but then again it’s worth ticking some off the long list of recipes.

All Nigerian Recipes: Try All Nigerian Recipes


All Nigerian Recipes: Easy to try out
By ethnicity, I am Yoruba and precisely from the Southern part of Nigeria. There are certain Nigerian recipes that originated from the southern part of Nigeria but enjoyed across the country. I have also tasted several Nigerian recipes from other parts of the country. If you are someone like me who is not scared to try out new food recipes, there is a lot you can try out from the All Nigerian Recipes list. This is where Nigerian Food Channel comes in by providing you with easy to follow step by step guide on how to cook all Nigerian recipes. Our YouTube Videos are easy to follow and we also post detailed food measurements as well as cooking instructions here on the food blog.

All Nigerian Recipes: Try All Nigerian Recipes


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Sunday, 16 March 2014

How to make Nigerian Suya – Nigerian Food Recipes

Suya!!! This Nigerian snack has its own unique flavor. It is enjoyed across Africa and served as a savoury snack garnished with onions and tomatoes. There are several variations to this Nigerian Food Recipe, below is the guideline to achieving the delicious Nigerian beef Suya. Enjoy!


How to make Nigerian Suya_Nigerian Food recipes


Ingredients:

·         Boneless beef
·         Suya Spice
·         Skewers
·         Pastry brush
·         Vegetable oil
·         Maggi
·         Onion
·         Tomatoes


Cooking Instructions:
·         Cut the beef into small pieces
·         Crush two Maggi cubes into a bowl and add 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil and mix.
·         Marinate the thin strips of beef with Maggi mixture well and set aside for 2hrs although the longer the better.
·         After 2hours, mask generously each strips of beef with the Suya spice, you can them on the skewers before or after masking.
·         Cover the beef with Clingfilm and to allow beef to be properly marinated. The longer the better.
·         Place each skewer on grill tray
·         Preheat oven at 200°C for 5mins before placing grill tray into oven. Remember not to close to heat as it will burn before cooking thoroughly.
·         Allow each side to cook for 15mins minimum and brush some vegetable oil once each side is thoroughly cooked

·         Garnish with onions and tomatoes and if you like sprinkle some Suya spice over the beef. Enjoy!


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