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Saturday, 11 November 2017

Breakfast And Lunch Post


Today's breakfast inspiration is unripe plantain porridge.




Unripe plantain is really healthy and nutritious; It is high in fibre but low in fat and salt, which makes it great for those on a diet. It also contains Vitamin B6 which helps in the production of red blood cells, vitamin C which is great for the skin, vitamin A for good eye sight and minerals like calcium and potassium among others.


But let's face it, unripe plantain is boring! So, the best way to get these amazing nutritional benefits, is to try to convert the boring ol' unripe plantain into something interesting that you can enjoy. And this porridge is as interesting as it gets - delicious, spicy and packed full of flavour.

To prepare, you will need: Unripe plantains, smoked fish (mackerel or any other oily fish), periwinkles, crayfish, fluted pumpkin (ugu) or scent leaves, onions, chillies, palm oil, seasoning cubes and salt. You can throw in some semi-ripe plantains for added sweetness if you so desire. One great thing about this dish is that it can also be enjoyed at any other time of the day, not just in the morning.

And for lunch, how about some Nigerian fried rice, salad and fried turkey wings?





Yummmm!

Have a great weekend.

BV Chichy



*That unripe plantain dish caught my eyes....would love to try it out soon.
I like your presentation Babe,really neat and appealing. 

21 comments:

  1. So i am eating my left over MTN rice (native) this morning with cold jome made pineapple.

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    1. Bread and akara with custard for the win this morning. Now I'm just chilaxing on my bed. But that fried rice up there is bae mehnnn....

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  2. My food don land @unripe plantain porridge...so Bae 😘😘😘😘😘

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    1. Damn bae it is! Moi moi and dawa pap gat me this am first.

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    2. @Beloved: Unripe plantain porridge is your favourite food? Mehn... You sabi beta thing oh!

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  3. I see this food eehn
    I get appetite kia kia
    My goodness see lem

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    1. 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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  4. Cucumber,cabbage and egg with Jago Mayonnaise 💃🏼

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  5. I feel like eating fried rice and chicken right now!

    Who gat my back?

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  6. I made this unripe plantain last night,yummy ��
    Your right chi,it was boring and my kids hated it till a friend told me to add semi ripened plantain to it and bam!!!!, my kids loved it. I used dried fish and lots of grinded crayfish for mine ✔✔✔

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    1. Great! Kids love sweet things so adding semi-ripe plantains does the trick.

      And you're right about the crayfish too.. I add loads of crayfish to mine... Really nice.

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  8. the fried rice is so on point.neat work too.

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  9. Thanks Stella 😘

    And yes, you should try that plantain porridge... It's really healthy and tasty too.

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  10. Bread and fried egg washed down with a cup of hot Lipton.

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    1. Intell. Pri where did you go to? Welcome back

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    2. Correct!!! Cawa yaya ne? Ina kin shiga tun tuni?

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  11. Plantain porridge is bae, best garnished with crayfish, dry fish & scent leaves...yummy!!

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  12. Fried rice on point, Nne your packaging di very much ok, keep it up

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