Month: November 2016

MOI-MOI

11SHARESShareTweetSubscribe Moi-moi  is a great dish accessory in Nigeria. It is commonly seen accompanying Jollof Rice, Fried Rice, Fried Plantain, Custard, Akamu (Pap, Ogi) etc. It can even be eaten alone as a snack with a chilled soft drink to wash it down. RECIPES FOR YOUR DELICIOUS MOI-MOI -Beans(Brown/black eyed) -5 teaspoonful grinded  crayfish -Stock cubes -1 habanero pepper -2 teaspoonful grinded nutmeg -3 tatash pepper -2 big onions -20 cl vegetable oil -2 litres of cold or warm water -salt(to taste) -Boil eggs(optional) -Cooked bone marrow(optional) BEFORE YOU COOK; Soak the beans for 3 hours and wash to...

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PARTY JOLLOF RICE

3SHARESShareTweetSubscribe Party jollof rice always taste different from our normal jollof rice.So many people continue to ask the secret behind that, so today Betty Cook book is going to give you that special recipe that makes it to be different from normal jollof rice.          IF YOU ARE PREPARING PARTY JOLLOF RICE,YOU WILL NEED THE FOLLOWING…. –RICE -FRESH TOMATOES    (BLEND) -FRESH PEPPER -TATASHI PEPPER -ONION(4 BIG) -GINGER -GARLIC -CURRY -THYME –OREGANO -NUTMEG -TIN TOMATOES -BUTTER -BAY LEAF -CHICKEN (DESIRED) IF YOU ARE PREPARING PARTY JOLLOF FOLLOW THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES…. THE RICE; -Do not per-boil the rice,...

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ALCOHOL AND ILLICIT DRUG POISONING

2SHARESShareTweetSubscribe Alcohol and Illicit Drug poisoning are very dangerous to human health Alcohol in moderate amount is easily detoxified by the liver;but in very large quantities,alcohol  becomes a poison that the body can no longer deal with- and it can prove fatal.The same doesn’t go,however for many illicit drugs.Even relatively small amount of a substance such as cocaine or fumes from glue can result in severe effects on the body. Emergency medical treatment is vital,especially if a child has taken alcohol or drug because children absorb the toxins much more  quickly than adults.Taking illicit substances and drinking large quantities...

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YAM PORRIDGE WITH BITTER-LEAVES

0SHARESShareTweetSubscribe How to cook Yam Porridge with Bitter Leaves    Preparing Yam Porridge with bitter- leaves is one of the most traditional ways to prepare yam in Igbo land. You could swear that it is Bitterleaf Soup being cooked when it is in fact Yam Porridge. This is because most of the ingredients used in this recipe are used in Nigerian Bitterleaf Soup too. Ingredients 1.8kg white puna yam A handful dry fish crumbs (aja azu) A handful ukpaka (shredded oil bean) 1 tablespoon ground crayfish 1 big stock cube Salt & pepper (to taste) A handful well-washed bitterleaves...

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CAT FISH PEPPER SOUP

2SHARESShareTweetSubscribe Catfish pepper soup is common among those in Rivers state. Is very easy to prepare and also a great substitute for stew! Very cheap ! So relax and enjoy the recipe! Ingredients for Catfish Pepper Soup 500g Cat Fish 4 Ehu or Ariwo or Calabash Nutmeg seeds Habanero Pepper or chilli pepper (to taste) A few scent leaves 2 medium onions Salt (to taste) 2 big stock cubes Alternative Ingredients for Catfish Pepper Soup Conger Eel (Congrio in Spanish) is a good alternative to catfish. When buying the Conger Eel, ensure you buy the part towards the tail...

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