Category: African Food
Supermart.ng, Nigeria’s largest online supermarket and grocery delivery service has officially launched a “Proudly Nigerian” drive. With the goal of encouraging the purchase of local products, Supermart.ng has labeled all locally produced products with a “Proudly Nigerian” stamp, making it easier for customers to identify and decide if to spend their naira on local products. By patronizing local products, shoppers effectively support local farmers and companies, while also strengthening the purchasing power of the naira.
Travelling could be stressful at times. Therefore, you have to be healthy and fit always. Generally, when travelling our health status must be excellent hence eating junk food is not advisable. However, Jovago.com, Africa’s No 1 Hotel Booking Portal can categorically recommend nuts for everyone including travellers and tourists. Nuts are affordable and can be bought on the roadside in Lagos or any other states in Nigeria. Why are nuts good for your body?
Moi moi and Pap is a Nigerian staple food, commonly eaten on Saturdays in many Nigerian homes. Moi moi is a delicious recipe that is highly rich in protein and other essential nutrients while pap on the other is a rich source of carbohydrate. I love eating moi moi and pap on Saturdays because I consider it as a sleeping medicine (lol). It makes you sleep off all the stress that you had gone through during work days.(more…)
Oha soup is a delicacy from South Eastern Nigeria. It is similar to the bitterleaf soup but cooked with Ora leaves instead. This soup is special because the ora leaves used in preparing this soup recipe are seasonal unlike bitterleaf which can be found all year round.(more…)
Here you’ll find cooking tips, hints, and suggestions to make life easier in the kitchen. Check out the cooker tips and tricks that we’ve collected. Plus, you will find in-depth how-to articles, and more! Today we will be talking about how to prepare delicious Ogbonu soup.