All Nigerian Recipes Cookbook
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
Detailed recipes of how Flo prepares more than 100 Nigerian recipes: Rice (9), Snacks (18), Nigerian Small Chops (6), Nigerian Soups (13), Nigerian Stews (10), Beans (8), Plantain (7), Yam (8), Drinks (3), Salads (3), Kids recipes (9) and special Nigerian delicacies found only in Nigerian restaurants (6). This book is perfect for you if you want learn how to cook Nigerian food from scratch. Even if you are experienced in cooking Nigerian food, you will be able to pick up new recipes and lots of tips.
Drinks Recipes Nigerian Chapman Zobo (Roselle Drink) Tiger Nut Milk (Kunun Aya, Horchata de Chufas) Nigerian Fufu Recipes Pounded Yam with Raw Yams Powdered Nigerian Fufu Recipes Tuwo Shinkafa Garri or Eba Nigerian Small Chops: Finger Foods Peppered Gizzards Spring Rolls Samosa: An Indian Import Small Chops Puff Puff (Kpof Kpof) Beer Battered Fish Mini Sausage Rolls Nigerian Breakfast Recipes Bread Rolls Tomato Omelette Agidi or Eko Akamu, Ogi or Pap Custard Nigerian Pancake Akara Club Sandwich
Pumpkin leaves or spinach · 3 stock cubes Before you cook Okra Soup a. Soak the dry fish and stockfish till soft, then debone. b. Cut the okra fingers into tiny pieces because it draws more that way. To achieve this, make a few vertical cuts followed by horizontal cuts on the okra fingers. Do not blend the okra because this makes the soup too slimy which some people do not like. c. Grind the crayfish and the pepper. d . Wash the pumpkin leaves, if it is your choice of vegetable, and cut into
gone mouldy in which case it will have a slightly bitter taste too. I heard that covering Ogbono Soup while cooking makes it lose its elasticity, is this true? That’s a big fat myth. :) In my Ogbono Soup video (on my website and on YouTube), you’ll see that I covered the pot while cooking but the soup was still very elastic. Ogbono and Okra Soup Video: Ogbono & Okra Soup Video: Okra Soup Video: Ogbono Soup Ingredients · Assorted meat and fish: - beef, shaki, - dry fish, - stockfish · 2
a paper lined sieve. Note: Puff Puff is an oily snack, nothing much can be done about the oil in it. If you want a similar but less oily snack, you should try Nigerian Buns. Tip: You can use pizza flour to make Puff Puff. When you use it, there will be no need to add yeast because pizza flour already contains yeast. In fact, it contains so much yeast that if you use it as is; the Puff Puff will have an after taste of yeast. I usually mix 2 parts of pizza flour with 1 part of plain flour to tone
pieces. 6. Mix the mayonnaise, carrot, tomatoes, egg and cabbage and set aside. 7 . In a separate plate, mash the sardine with a fork and mix with the margarine. The margarine helps reduce the strong smell of sardines and binds the pieces of fish. 8. Using a bread knife, cut off the crusty ends from the slices of bread. 9. Take one slice of bread, spread the margarine and sardine mix on one side of it and cover with the second slice of bread. 10. Repeat the above step with the remaining two