How to Series, Rice Dishes

Cooking Rice

You know how some seemingly easy to cook food, just throw you off! Rice can be one those! You even wonder if the times you ever cooked it right were a fluke! Growing up, I learnt many tips ranging from adding oil, butter or margarine to rice to prevent it from over cooking and turning… Continue reading Cooking Rice

Breads, Breakfast, How to Series, Not really a Baker

Homemade Agege Bread

Homemade Agege Bread I find it interesting that since I started blogging in 2015, I don't have a recipe on the blog for Agege bread. Weird right. I have for PaniPopo bread rolls which I absolutely love,you should check the recipe out. An egbon of mine DM'ed me a few days ago to send her… Continue reading Homemade Agege Bread

How to Series, Snacks

Egg Roll

It's day 4 of the Covid Lockdown extension (in total we have spent 22days indoors). It seems the kids have decided that cooking will always be their get-out-of-boredom card. That will totally not be a problem of they don't keep trying to drag me along . They have asked me for Egg Rolls now it's… Continue reading Egg Roll

Cooking made Easy, How to Series, Money Saving tips, Rice Dishes

Money saver tips for Vegetable Fried Rice ingredients

Buying in bulk and storing can save you a ton of money. Every home manager loves to shave off an extra penny here and there from home keeping expenses and this is one of them. I was at the frozen foods section of a large supermarket chain recently and i saw the price on a… Continue reading Money saver tips for Vegetable Fried Rice ingredients

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Homemade Fries: How to make great fries from scratch.

You can shave a few pennies off your shopping budget if you make your own fries at home for your self. Say goodbye to store bought brands and stock up on your DIY (do it yourself) brand. Blanching your potatoes before frying would give you really great golden potatoes. Blanching them and freezing for later… Continue reading Homemade Fries: How to make great fries from scratch.

Drinks, Drinks, Smoothies, Juices,, How to Series, Therapies

Tea Time; Let’s Have Homemade Herbal Tea

Did you know you can make your own tea using a blend of your favorite herbs and spices? I do that all the time and i want to share one of my mixes with you. The beauty of this is that, this is made with locally grown spices readily available in the market, especially from… Continue reading Tea Time; Let’s Have Homemade Herbal Tea

How to Series, Yam Dishes

Ebiripo 

I made Ebiripo today and I shared pictures on my Facebook wall, I had even written that I was channeling my imaginary Ijebu side, little did I know I did indeed have Ijebu Remo roots, royal roots as a matter of fact, LOL! My dad saw my post and sent me this message on WhatsApp.… Continue reading Ebiripo 

Bean Dishes, Cooking made Easy, How to Series, Something for FitFam

Beans Pottage

Its amazing how life changes you. Growing up , beans was one of my most hated meals. I hated eating many things as a child anyways, my mum still can't believe how I've turned around and become a foodie, I hated beans. Then life happened and I found myself married to a beans lover, and… Continue reading Beans Pottage

Cooking made Easy, How to make Peanut Butter, Soups, Soups, Stews and Sauces, Stews and Sauces

Peanut Butter Soup; A cheat code for traditional (Omisagwe)groundnut soup

For our readers in the diaspora who sometimes wonder how to  cheat with some of the Nigerian recipes, this is for you. Traditionally groundnut soup is made with raw groundnut, ground to a fine powder. Anyway I found myself with a very dear friend who's blender didn't have a dry mill and she didn't have… Continue reading Peanut Butter Soup; A cheat code for traditional (Omisagwe)groundnut soup