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Fluffy and Crunchy Akara – Your Next Favorite Recipe

fluffy and crunchy akara

Akara also known as bean cake, acaraje or akaraje can described as peeled beans, deep-fried into a ball. It is a typical Nigerian recipe served as breakfast accompanied with pap, custard, bread or garri. Also, it is often served at funeral services. On a fateful day in In September 2017, I was at my aunt’s place when she wanted to …

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How To Prepare Doughnut In The Nigerian Way

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There are quite a number of ways by which doughnut can be prepared. Various countries with various styles, various chefs with various styles. In Nigeria, there are quite a number of methods among which this post describes one. In the making of doughnut however, some ingredients are necessary; Flour, Baker’s yeast, milk, Melted margarine, sugar, egg,  salt and warm water. …

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How To Make Beef Shawarma at Home With a Saucepan

beef shawarma

Shawarma is a snack that originated from Middle East. It is rich in protein, vitamins A, B6 and C, Thiamin, Niacin, Folate, Mineral calcium, Magnesium and Sodium. These nutritional composition of shawarma is attributed to its rich vegetable content, animal product and minimal flour portion. And, from eating Shawarma for few years, I figured that every fan of shawarma should …

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Carrot Cabbage Prawn Soup

I visited a Chinese restaurant few weeks ago and they served me this soup that contained carrot, cabbage, green bell pepper and chicken as it’s major ingredients. I stared at it on awe, tasted it and felt the awesomeness so, I decided to try it out at home. Chicken wasn’t available so, I used prawn and I got a bam! …

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