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AllNigerianrecipes.com reserves this section solely for the description of certain tasks that are crucial to preparing Nigerian food recipes. Many cooks can easily prepare some recipes but are discouraged because they are not familiar with a certain stage in the cooking process.
For instance, some people have complained that because they only have access to dry bitter leaves, their bitterleaf soup does not taste good. Whatever they do, the bitterleaf is still dry to the bite and makes the soup inedible. The article: How to convert dry bitterleaf to fresh details the procedure you need to follow to make your dry bitter leaves as good as fresh.
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Are you wondering if it is possible to use popcorn to make akamu/ogi? You need to see this experiment.
Here's how to make the unadultrated virgin coconut oil for your hair, body and coconut oil pulling.
Here's how to make Coconut Oil in your home.
Click for how to make Abacha from Cassava Tubers. You can now make your own Abacha for African Salad in your own home.
Make the starch for your Starch Fufu, Spring Rolls Wrappers, even your clothes, at home.
Here are the different shapes you can give your Nigerian Meat Pie. There is a shape for every occasion!
Here's how to make the perfect hard-boiled eggs with moist and yellow egg yolks. No unsightly green colour around the egg yolks.
If you cannot buy crayfish where you live, you may find this helpful.
How to use flour as thickener in Nigerian Soups instead of pastes. This is perfect if you cannot buy cocoyam corms (for Bitterleaf Soup or Ora Soup) or yam tubers (for Nsala Soup) where you live.
Click through to see how to process Cassava Fufu from cassava tubers (yuca). You can do this in any country where you can buy cassava tubers.
The detailed explanation on how to remove the slimy substance from snails before using the snails in your Nigerian cooking.
Here's how to cut leafy vegetables super fast. You surely need this on a day you'll prepare Edikang Ikong Soup ;).
This is how to get very smooth tomato puree when NEPA strikes, your blender packs up or if you do not have a blender.
This is the easiest method you can use to peel beans at home.
Learn how to process your own yellow or white Nigerian Akamu (Ogi or Pap) from scratch.
Learn how to make suya spice like the suya gurus of Nigeria.
Those who are intolerant to MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) know the importance of staying away from stock cubes that contain MSG. Learn how to make your own stock cubes at home.
Learn how to extract the concentrate for your Banga Soup/Stew and other soup recipes.
Leaves add a special flavour to the Moi Moi and they are 100% natural. Find out how to make the wraps.
These presentable home-made aluminium foil bags cooks Moi Moi fast.
My least favorite Moi Moi container. Use it as a last resort. Find out why.
You don't need all the spices in the world to make your beef/chicken taste delicious. :)
Deep-frying chicken is a no-no if you want to eat healthy, learn how to prepare your chicken without frying. Includes video.
Be acquainted with this procedure and you will never buy the tinned coconut milk again.
Some Nigerian beans recipes require you to remove the beans coat before preparing the recipes. Learn how to do this.
Don't miss the freshness of homeland Bitterleaf soup ever again.
Do you know that how you parboil your rice can influence how your rice recipes turn out?
You cannot cook Nigerian Moi Moi without reading this first.
Are you a beans hater because of indigestion? Follow these tips and you will fall in love with beans.
Discover how to prepare the perfect tomato sauce for all your
Nigerian rice recipes.
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