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Breakfast meals in Nigeria are quick and easy to prepare. They are usually meals you can rustle up and eat before you dash out on a working day. Most Nigerians still prefer to eat leftovers from the previous day's dinner because they love it. For others, they do so due to lack of breakfast meal ideas. Some only take the good old bread and chocolate drink before dashing out to beat the rush hour.
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A way to spice up the classic Jollof Rice with leafy vegetables.
A lovery dovey Nigerian Suya was how it went down on the 14th.
See how I make the full option abacha that contains all the ingredients.
There's so much to learn about the most popular Nigerian leafy green vegetable.
I baked and decorated my birthday cake, yipeee! Yet another thing in my bucket list ticked off.
Get the most from the gluten-free, grain-free, healthy coconut flour by using it to make delicious pancakes. It is weightloss friendly too.
Soya Milk is a refreshing rich drink, a plant based milk that can replace cow milk on your breakfast table.
Kunun Gyada, a northern Nigerian gruel is my go to comfort drink. It is a great addition to your breakfast too.
You don't like Fried Eggs? Try it this way.
Here's how to make the perfect hard-boiled eggs with moist and yellow egg yolks. No unsightly green colour around the egg yolks.
Get all the nutritional benefits of groundnuts (peanuts) without chewing. So refreshing!
Don't throw away that over-ripe plantain yet! Because it can be reborn in this mouth-watering plantain recipe.
This version of Plantain Mosa is also prepared with overripe plantains. Find out what makes them different from Plantain Puffs.
Plantain Mosa is another Nigerian snack prepared with overripe plantains. It is Nigerian Puff Puff with a twist.
One of the best things that ever happened to Boiled Yam!
When you smell Akara from a distance, you just want to eat it. Find out why this Nigerian breakfast meal is so good.
Nigerian Akamu (Ogi or Pap) with the distinctive sour taste is the traditional version of custard meal.
Learn how to process your own yellow or white Nigerian Akamu (Ogi or Pap) from scratch.
Bread rolls are perfect with chocolate drinks, tomato omelette, fried eggs and you can even eat it with western soups!
Tomato Omelette is perfect with slices of bread, fried plantain, fried or boiled yam.
Agidi is like jell-o made from wet corn flour. It is the perfect match for Nigerian Pepper Soup and Akara.
This Naija-style Club Sandwich is a perfect addition to every breakfast meal.
Pancake is a good partner to Custard, Akamu or Ogi and Oatmeal. Perfect for breakfast.
Custard is a popular half of most Nigerian breakfast meals. This is definitely a simple but versatile meal.
Fried Plantain can be eaten in a variety of ways. Click through and you will discover how it will often come to the rescue when you need a fast and easy meal.
Combine this with egg omelette and you will agree that it is the best way to start your day.
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