Food & Drinks

How Enugu People Prepare Abacha (African Salad)

Enugu is the capital of Enugu State in south east Nigeria. Abacha, sometimes called African Salad is a delicacy of the people of

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How To Make Watermelon Lemonade Slushie In Minutes

There is so much you can do with watermelons and this is just one of the easy things you can make with the fruit. Even people who don’t like too-sweet drinks will like this because it is so light and so refreshing.

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How To Make Crispy Fried Chicken

If you ever wondered how to make crispy fried chicken that’s better than KFC, then we’ve got you covered.

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Learn To Bake A Cake Using Fresh Yam and Coconut

In case you never knew or imagined that a cake could be baked using yam, then we’re here to change that. This recipe combines fresh yam peelings and coconut

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Prepare Yamarita Fries In Six Easy Steps

In the spirit of celebrating the New Yam Festival across the country, here’s another way to enjoy yam with this perfect Yamarita r

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Easy, healthy drinks from your favourite Nigerian fruits

It’s time to get creative with your favourite fruits. Don’t just munch, get juicy with them. If you haven’t, you should try it! It’s a fun and tasty way to pack a ton of healthy nutrients into a drinkable treat that’ll make you feel great.

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How to Make Nkwobi from the Comfort of Your Kitchen

Nkwobi is a delicacy that is usually served and enjoyed in restaurants across Nigeria, especially in the southern parts. It is simply cooked cow foot mixed in spicy palm oil paste. You can actually make some for yourself, family and friends.

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Most popular soups in Nigeria

Abak (Atama) Soup

Abak or Atama soup is a vegetable and palm nut soup that originates from the Ibibio People of Akwa Ibom State in South-South Nigeria. It is popularly known amongst the Akwa Ibom and Cross River People of Nigeria. The soup is made from palm kernel, the extract of oil gotten from the palm kernel is what is used to make the soup. Atama soup is mostly thick and cooked with atama vegetable leaves and mixed in extract from boiled and pounded palm fruits. Ingredients for preparing it include: fresh palm fruits, onions, salt, bush meat and others. It is one of Akwa Ibom's most cultural delicacy.

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