Food and diet

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5 TIPS ON HOW TO BECOME A BETTER COOK THIS YEAR

Advertisements Hi Dearies! Skill acquisition goes a long way to help everyone, as no knowledge is lost. Everyone wants to become better in any skill he or she has. Cooking is no exception. Even if you think you are hopeless in the kitchen; like everything else, practice and increasing your…

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BREAKFAST IDEA: YAMARITA FRIES

Hey Divas, Yamarita fries is another way of eating yam differently, if you love fried yam, then this recipe would make you fall in love with it more. Yamarita keeps your yam soft and crispy and it tastes nicer with the  egg and flour mixture. Ingredients Yam Flour Egg Cayenne…

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BREAKFAST BRUNCH IDEAS: BANANA MUFFINS

Hey Divas, A muffin is an individual-sized, baked quick bread product. Muffins are quite similar to cupcakes in size and cooking methods, the main difference being that cupcakes tend to be sweet desserts using cake batter and which are often topped with sugar frosting. Muffins are available in both savory…

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DIFFERENT LOVELY WAYS TO SERVE YOUR FRIED RICE

Hey Divas, Compliment of the season! Seasons like these are always celebrated with different assorted meals, but you can hardly totally erase rice from the menu. Who can resist the lovely Nigerian Jollof rice for example. So this time around you’ve decided to switch from the norm and make a…

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THE UNCOMMON ISHAPA SOUP (ROSELLE PLANT) OF THE YORUBAS

Hey Divas, Ishapa is traditionally a Yoruba recipe, although it is made popular by Ekiti state indigenes. The ishapa soup is made from Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) which is a species of Hibiscus native to West Africa. This soup is a special delicacy with is best enjoyed with pounded yam and other solid…

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LEARN HOW TO MAKE ILA ASEPO (VIDEO)

Hey Divas, Okra soup is a popular Nigerian recipe that has taken over Nigeria. In regular Yoruba style, okro is typically served with stew. Ila is the Yoruba word for Okra, and Asepo means “To cook together”;  ila Alasepo is mixed okra soup.  There is hardly any part of the country…

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HOW TO MAKE EWA AGOYIN/AGANYIN (VIDEO)

Hey Divas, Breakfast in Nigeria is full of all kinds of interesting dishes and this beans dish is definitely an interesting meal. This beans dish, which was adopted by Nigerias and most specially Lagosians, has its name coined from Ewa (which means beans in Yoruba) Agoyin (a term used to…

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