Baked Rice Mosa Gluten free, vegan friendly Rice Bread. Think fried Hausa Mosa cakes (Masa), then imagine it baked. All made in a blender. Mosa is one of my mum's favourite hausa snacks. She loves to eat Mosa (or Masa depending on who is saying it) with yaji spice or honey. I've been served Mosa … Continue reading Rice Bread
Author: Omolabake for #OunjeAladun
Warm Ginger Milk, to keep you warm and toasty on a rainy day. This milk warms you up from the inside. It's warm spicy and comforting on a cold day. We have had a lot of rains the past week as such I've had a lot of warm ginger milk. The best thing about this … Continue reading Ginger Milk
Minced Meat sauce.
Simple Minced Meat Sauce This simple minced meat sauce recipe is made using simple everyday Nigerian ingredients to create a delicious spaghetti sauce. Without adding anything too fancy, you can rummage through your freezer and whip this up quick and simple as I did. Spaghetti with minced meat sauce. Please note, I mostly eyeballed the … Continue reading Minced Meat sauce.
Lagos Summer Favourite Crops
Ube (Safou, Atanga, African Bush Pear. Nsafu, Bush Butter Fruit)Corn (Agbado, Oka)Groundnuts (Boiled) Asala/Awusa (sometimes African Walnut) Which of these crops in season have you been enjoying? Tell me your most and least favorite of them all. If your current crop in season isn't here, please mention in the comment.
Easy Banana Cake
Freshly baked banana cake with chocolate chips My niece asked, and as "overall best in aunty" I made her a banana cake. It's my first food post this year, I've done some gardening posts for the "In The Garden" segment. I've also edited and updated some old posts. I have an entire to-do list for … Continue reading Easy Banana Cake
In honor of World IVF day. A snippet of my Ivf experience.
Today is #WorldIVFDayMy prayer for everyone who is still on the fertility journey is that your dreams comes true and that you have joy every day no matter what.#Infertility #IVF #IVFDay Last year I shared this story on my personal Facebook page and I feel I should share it here as well in honor of … Continue reading In honor of World IVF day. A snippet of my Ivf experience.
The Blog is 7 today!
7 years a food blogger. Thank you all ever so much https://www.pinterest.com/OunjeAladun Create your food mood boards, schedules, timetables by following on Pinterest Happy 7th Blogiversary, blogversary, anniversary.... yaaay!
Village Jollof Rice. Unlike my Native Jollof Rice, this Village Rice packs a punch in flavour and aromatic herbs. I sliced a combination of Utazi, Uziza, Efinrin (Nchuawu), Basil (local women call it curry leaf) for a rich aromatic taste. A fusion of southeastern and southwestern Naija flavours I used Iru and Ugba, a generous … Continue reading Village Rice
Noodles and Vegetables with Egg
I seldom eat noodles, whenever I do I cook them according to whatever taste I'm craving at that moment.I wanted this to be a little aromatic. So I sliced Utazi, Uziza, Ugu, Rainbow chard, young Ginger leaves into it. Hit it with a little Cameroon pepper for extra spice. I like my noodles al dente, … Continue reading Noodles and Vegetables with Egg
Catfish Pepper Soup
Catfish Peppersoup with bite sized pieces of yam. If you like my Tripe Pepper Soup, Cowfoot Pepper Soup, Goat meat Pepper Soup recipes, then you will like this. Nigerian pepper soup is a comforting light spicy soup that can be cooked with any type of meat or fish with an infusion of traditional herbs and … Continue reading Catfish Pepper Soup