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So, I decided not to conform to the conventional ways to grilling and or seasoning pork ribs but instead I came up with my own grilled pork ribs recipe which is quite easy to follow and replicate. Ingredients: • Fresh pork ribs • Two table spoons of crushed chilli • Half a tea spoon of aromat seasoning • One tea spoon of onion salt • Half a tea spoon of...

Looking to make Nigerian Grilled Chicken ? Grilled chicken is one of the popular Nigerian foods. It is very easy to prepare and here the steps to get your grilled chicken prepared in no time Ingredients: Two skinless chicken thighs or however much you’d like Crushed chilli Mixed Herbs Salt Aromat Seasoning 2 x Knorr Cubes or any one you prefer   Instructions: The...

Nigerian Suya Recipe – Nigerian Suya on a Charcoal Grill  If you are new to my blog or landed on this page while looking for Nigerian suya recipe, you might also be interested in my previous blog post: How to make Nigerian Suya . It is quite informative and takes you through step by step process on how to marinate your meat and also use your oven‘s...

How to make Asun (Spicy Goat Meat) : Intro Asun (Spicy Goat Meat) is one of the numerous tongues wagging Nigerian food. In order to achieve a tasty Asun (spicy goat meat), you must use goat meat only. Traditionally in Nigeria, the meat is smoked / grilled with the application of locally made grilled. It’s usually wire gauze sitting on top of a base filled with...

Learn how to make Nkwobi (Spicy Cow foot) in easy steps. Nkwobi works well as a starter or as a main meal. Nkwobi can be made within two hour if executed properly 🙂 Grab the recipe and share the outcome of your Nkwobi. Click to watch: How to make Isi Ewu ...

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Gizdodo is name that people decided to give this tasty side that goes with Jollof-rice, Fried rice and the list goes on. Gizdodo is simply a combination of Gizzard and plantain. Fried plantain is popularly known as “dodo” in Nigeria, so it explains the dodo part of Gizdodo. As the saying goes, there are several ways to skin a cat. What you will find is several...

  Amala is particularly loved by those from the southern part of Nigeria. It is easy to prepare and will be in less than half an hour.Feel free to look through my food blog for more tongue wagging Nigerian food recipes and don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube Channel for latest food videos. ...

Are you a fan of Edikang Ikong soup? or simply looking to try the soup for the first time. Well you came to the right food blog 🙂 Follow my easy step by step recipe on how to cook Edikang Ikong soup. Feel free to look through my food blog for more tongue wagging Nigerian food recipes and don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube Channel for latest food...

Nigerian Suya Spice Nigerian Suya spice is the very popular seasoning that brings out the mouth watering taste from Nigerian Suya. Here in the video, you will see the list of ingredients required to make your own Nigerian Suya Spice. You can have your Suya ingredients blended into powdery form by simply using a blender (blend in small quantities) or spice...