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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Saturday Breakfast Post -Share Your Recipe...

Do you want to have Banana Omelette for Breakfast?It is simple!

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Mash the Banana and mix it with eggs and then make it same way you make pancakes,this is really delicious and you can eat it after Lunch as desert with ice cream or you can mix with Veggies or Fruits.
For Breakfast,it can be added to to her breakfast items or eaten single.....especially if you dont wanna eat too much...

I love fried Banana so forgive me if you dont like this.....

Share you recipe please!



86 comments:

  1. Na akara and bread get me this morning.

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  2. Am eating white yam and oil

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  3. Team get slim, will just lick Oranges nd sleep😩

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    1. Namesake,an Apple would have been better you know! It keeps you full for a longer period of time compared to Oranges.

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    2. Oh really, will do more of that then. Tnks a lot Namesake😬

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  4. Who will teach me ofe owerri. They are now my in-laws. Help una sister ooo.

    If you are eating starch and owo soup today I am available ooo.

    Make una call me nut nine nut

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    1. Not hard at all. Goggle baby geh!

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    2. Allnigerianrecipe.com she has d best recipes ever

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    3. Dobby is good. I learnt a lot from her.

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  5. Stella doesn't it change color or something.the one I made changed color just immediately i blended the bananas and it didn't look nice at all.
    I'm frying very crunchy akara for breakfast.

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    1. Mine doesn't change color. My mum loves this for breakfast so it's an almost everyday affair. How do you prepare yours?

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    2. I blended the banana(after which it turned dark) and then I mixed with egg and fried. Is it probably cos I blended the banana instead of mashing it?

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    3. @broomstick since you know how to prepare it well, why not teach her your own techniques than asking questions.
      Abi you too wan use style learn.

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    4. LMAO @ anon 11;06
      You no well

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    5. Jew-di, the egg is supposed to be what you use in blending the banana not water(I'm assuming you used a little water). I blended today's own, just to test it and it didn't darken. Forget the picture up there and also remember that banana tends to darken when exposed for a while. Try blending your banana and eggs together. Hope you have a better outcome.
      Anonymous 11:06, I either mash, like Stella posted, or I grate. This is why I asked how she did hers. Never be afraid of questions. Do have a blessed weekend

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  6. This looks beautiful. I'll try it.

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  7. Bread, juice, water and left over suya. I ain't home so limited as regards my breakfast choice. Getting ready to bathe and then remove this darn rollers

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  8. Fried Banana ke?...
    Ewww how will it taste?...
    Someone brought Okpa 9th mile all the way from Enugu to me yesterday!,..
    That's what I will eat with chilled coke after working out!...

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    1. Queen biko don't make me hungry.. Okpa and Coke!!!!!! Bad Combo mehn

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    2. 9t mile okpa no dey sweet

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    3. @fuck you, Okpa 9th mile is the best

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    4. 9thmile okpa with so much colour and crayfish. If you want sweet okpa enter NSK. Nsukka women make the best okpa

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  9. And I like bananas just the way they are, don't even like them in my smoothies. I tried banana pancake once, my brothers loved it, me not so much

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  10. Fried banana? Mmmmmnmm.

    Let's see how it goes.

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  11. #People who are constantly suffering from emotional wounds, tend to easily get annoyed with others for no apparent reason*

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    1. Ah ah frankool it is breakfast time nah...

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    2. Very apt

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    3. Them plenty here Frankie. If them catch you na to chop your head remain.

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  12. Ogbono and cold eba gat me this morning #cravingsofapregnantwoman




    #Godsdeliveryroom

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    1. Olami
      Ogbono was the first thing I craved for when the pregnancy hormones started troubling me. I fantasized it a whole week and by the weekend I hurriedly went to the market.
      After eating and feeling bloated ehen.. .
      I found myself in the toilet every 20mins since then na Waka pass I dey do for Ogbono.
      I will never forget that experience.

      Enjoy the cold eba πŸ˜€ . Grace to deliver like the Hebrew women I pray.

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    2. How I love Ogbono when I'm preggie!
      I could eat it morning,afternoon and night..
      Even Okro... Infact anything 'drawy' was a Yes!

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    3. You shall deliver successfully more than the Hebrew women sef in JESUS mighty name Amen @viva ciara

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    4. What's with pregnant women craze for ogbono set. I remember those days, my mom could eat ogbono soup with anything swallow, rice, yam, etc. Very irritating

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  13. Frying akara and hot pap for breakfast.
    I wan loose weight .



    Tiwa

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    1. Same here. Akara and pap or custard is my favourite saturday breakfast..

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  14. Banana mixed with egg ke? Not interested abeg. Oat and coconut for the am.

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    1. LMAO 😁, don't mind Stella
      She can like to combine sha

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  15. First trimester issues....let me see if stewed rice with tea can make it pass my throat this morning

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  16. Can I share the recipe for noodles too? Lol

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  17. Replies
    1. How do u guys enjoy Quaker oats? I so hate it

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    2. I hate it

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    3. I hate it more

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    4. Which is hate "Quaker" oats? Oatmeal!!

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  18. Coconut water and an Apple does it for me.

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  19. Stella oooooo! Please send the fresh strawberries. I'm tired of the frozen ones. First day I saw this and tried at home(I love bananas so we always have some at home) my mum just kept saying "you've come with another silly concoction"(I can mix silly things eg drinking garri with TomTom sweet). After I was done frying and she tasted it, she fell in love and now it's an almost everyday breakfast for her. Sometimes I wish I liked conventional food

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    1. Actually, I don't. I like experimenting though(sometimes, cringe worthy lol). Have you eaten fried cocoyam before? I tried it and liked it but not repeating the experience. Like I said, conventional food is a problem for me. I don't like rice, beans, yam, garri(eba) and spaghetti/noodles. Comot all these things, wetin remain? Bread, biscuit, oats and some cereals. Oh, I almost forgot one conventional food I love-ekpang in all its forms(ekpang nkukwo/ekpang iwa/anyan ekpang/iwe ekpang). Maybe I'll agree sef that I love food. Now, who's in calabar and has prepared or is preparing ekpang today? Invite me,pretty pleeeeeease 😘😘😘

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  20. Palm oil akara bread n coke.

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  21. Compulsory fast for everybody today.

    My boy will break his by 10 , my girl by 12 and we d adults till our strength can carry.

    Not every time food food.

    @swagg I asked a question last week, hv u prepared ur local jolofrice yet?

    I love dt food up there. Will try it out

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    1. Make me black soup😁

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    2. I love when you teach kids how to fast.

      But as an adult wey u be na 6 u must break oπŸ˜‚

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    3. @viva, u dnt need plenty ceremony

      I personally dnt like uziza leaf so I use
      Pumpkin
      Those wide leaves
      Scent leaf
      Curry leaf (ebihi in Edo)
      PLENTY onions and crayfish, pepper and blend together (some pple add tomatoes but i dnt bcx it can easily get spoilt)

      After blending, put in a pot,add all ur fish, kpomo, meat whatever u wish to use (most importantly, enough scattered dried or smoked fish)

      Instead of using normal maggi cubes, use local maggi (evbarie in Edo)

      Leave for abt 10 mins n drop. It goes wt everything. Eba, starch, rice,yam,etc

      Pardon any gbagaun

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    4. LMAO@ not everytime food,food.
      Nice one Victorious. We teach them,they learnπŸ‘

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    5. Good morning 😊, how are you?

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  22. I just had akamu with lots of milk and akara

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  23. I will share the recipe to my breakfast this morning.
    I had tea,brandy and one chocolate.

    You will need two teabags(black tea,whichever brand you like,I use ThΓ©),water,one sweet chocolate..

    Boil some water.Put your teabags in a mug while waiting for the water to boil.Once it does,pour into the mug and let your tea seep for a few minutes depending on how strong you like your tea.The longer it seeps,the deeper the taste.Then discard tea bags(I don't as I like very strong tea).

    Measure out a teaspoonful(or more depending on your tolerance level) of your favorite brandy(It's St.Remy for me) and add to the mug of tea.Stir well and you are done.

    Enjoy while nibbling on decadent chocolate.The sweetness contrasts deliciously with the slightly bitter taste of tea.This is guaranteed to warm you up in no time.

    Bon appetit to all the mermaids!

    Lmao!

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    1. Enter your reply...I love you for this creativity. @ mermaids.

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    2. Hi Kami😍😍😍😍😍

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    3. I will jump and pass this one..LMAO 😁

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  24. I just finished one big head of fresh fish.
    Saturday morning ritual in my house is beans and dodo. Will just eat that whenever the fish head has digested. The cold is too much.

    My momma sent me lots of goodies. At noon my 🌽 and pear will take the lead. It's gonna be a delicious weekend.

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  25. Stella the banana omelet sounds good.
    Will try it tomorrow after church service.

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  26. Fried Plantain and Egg (My Favourite)

    2 ripe plantains
    3 eggs
    1 fresh tomato
    pepper to taste
    A small onion bulb
    seasoning (as you prefer)
    salt to taste
    Vegetable oil for frying

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    1. See as you list the ingredients out like say you dey food network. Lol. Na method remain

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  27. Bread and egg and drank water...I hate tea

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  28. Having sweet potatoes fried with palm oil and tea

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  29. I was coming to the office this morning when my senior friend called me and the brother offered me a job. I don't want another one man job again. I joined the Hallelujah challenge this morning. Lord GOD a multi national or a federal govt job is what I want Justlikedat# Thank you Lord.

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  30. Water, water and water. Eating later in the day.

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  31. Water, water and water. Eating later in the day.

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  32. Oil rice will do. But bonga is too expensive o. Ha

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    1. Let me suggest something that has helped my pocket now that iced fish is so expensive. I like geisha and Titus(na their common names). A tin isn't more than N300. The pieces aren't as big as what you'd get from the bonga fish but, depending on your budget, they could work for you in the same way.

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  33. Jollof rice with ogufe, pls pray that i get pregnant this month of june in Jesus name. Amen

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  34. No breakfast this morning biko, na pussy I eat this morning when girlfriend comes. #teamlesbian

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