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Ofada Stew

Ofada Stew 0

Ofada stew is a popular Nigeria stew served alongside Ofada Rice  

Prep time: 20 minutes
Cook time: 40 minutes
Total time: 1 hour 
Misc.: Serve warm

5 Canada Day Recipes Perfect for your Nigerian Taste Buds

5 Canada Day Recipes Perfect for your Nigerian Taste Buds 0

Happy birthday, Canada! To celebrate Canada and enjoy the long weekend , we teamed up with one of our favorite Nigerian food blogger; Matsecooks to put together some recipes that are guaranteed to please your True Nigerian taste buds!
How to Make Amala in 5 Minutes

How to Make Amala in 5 Minutes 0

Amala is a popular Nigerian food among the Yorubas and a common food on most party menus in Nigeria and even in some Nigerian parties in Canada.  

Amala is sometimes considered difficult to prepare because of the possibility of being lumpy if not careful but hey, who can’t use a little extra help in the kitchen?  Nobody! So, we will be sharing with you an amazingly fast and easy way to prepare Amala inspired by innovative Nigerian food blogger Matse

6 Nigerian Food Instagram Accounts in Canada You Need to Start Following Now

6 Nigerian Food Instagram Accounts in Canada You Need to Start Following Now 1

Over the last few years, we have seen many creative Nigerian food bloggers add some color and mouthwatering photographs to our feeds. After some research, we've noted six food Instagram accounts in Canada to follow before your next meal.

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Welcome to our Blog!

Welcome to our Blog! 0

Welcome to our blog, My Recipes & Tips! Our blog will give us the creative opportunity to celebrate the awesomeness of African food as we share recipes, tips and make the recipe ingredients readily available to you in our store.

If you’re wondering what to expect from our blog, and how the content here differs from the information you may find on other websites or blogs, read on.

Achieve Your Fitness Goal With Nigerian Food

Achieve Your Fitness Goal With Nigerian Food 1

It is no secret that the Nigerian diet is heavy on Carbs so its hard to believe that weight loss is possible with Nigerian food.

My husband and I came up with a meal plan for weight loss. We stopped eating our Nigerian food totally and it worked but not for long. The first time I tasted rice which is my best food by the way after a long time, I just couldn’t stop eating it.