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Saturday, December 09, 2017

Breakfast And Lunch Post


Today's breakfast inspiration is fried plantains and scrambled eggs.





Here are some tips on how to make perfect scrambled eggs:


Tip 1:
Beat your eggs properly: This is pretty straightforward; the more aerated your eggs are, the fluffier the outcome. So, use a little elbow grease when beating your eggs.

Tip 2:
For really fluffy eggs, add a pinch of baking powder (Yes, you read right... Baking powder!) It takes your scrambled eggs to a whole new level of fluffiness.

Tip 3:
DO NOT overcook your eggs: The residual heat from the pan will keep cooking your eggs even after the heat is turned off. So turn off the heat when your eggs are 90% cooked, the residual heat will complete the job.

Follow these steps and you're well on your way to achieving the perfect scrambled eggs.


And our lunch inspiration is jollof rice, fried turkey wings and dodo




Just check out the colour on that jollof... How can you not love jollof when it's this good looking? Huh? And yes, it tastes just as good as it looks.


Have a great weekend!
BV Chichy

38 comments:

  1. Still in bed. That plantain and egg up there looks like a new born baby.

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  2. Nice combo

    I had spaghetti mixed with macaroni with plenty carrot and green pepper spiced with pepper.

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    1. I had something similar, jollof spag and macaroni with goat meat and hollandia yoghurt.

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    2. Kemi see groove for ya side so tey you use yoghurt download am

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  3. Nice. For me, adding baking powder to omelette or scrambled eggs looses it's essence.

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    1. Just add a pinch and won't even notice it's there

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  4. Breakfast? Nothing yet

    Just lazy to get up this morning 🙈
    I need breakfast in bed 😘😘

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  5. Chichy I don't like what you're doing to me this early Saturday morning oooo, how can plantain be looking this healthy and one cannot taste it? hisses.

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  6. That plantain be doing me long throat things. Ma luv for plaintain though.
    Oatmeal, coconut for d morning first.

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  7. Wow, Me likey. The Nigerian jollof is bae.😋😋

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  8. Pap, milk and akara got me this morning.
    It's been long I've eaten Turkey o. Chai

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  9. That Jollof isn't appealing. Sorry. How can you compare this with Ghana Jollof ? Fear God o.

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    1. And who is comparing? The taste of jollof rice is down to the individual cooking it and not nationality. You get?

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  10. Puff puff and smoothies for breakfast

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    1. As in you pour the pap inside the Ankara begin dey suck am?
      😀😀😀😀🏃🏃🏃🏃

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    2. Viva u really cracked me, how on earth will you ask such a question?

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  12. Eba with vegetable soup in d pot...sitting on d floor and eating it
    Abeg which kind useless rain be this one for December...am going to eat party jollof today..I might even take some home cos na my people dey do d wedding

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  13. Golden morn with milk, groundnuts & cold water.

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  14. Fried yam, fried potato and ngwongwo gat me this morning

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  15. No this is injustice! How can u post this picture and expect my stomach not to rumble chichy? I so much love eating plantain.

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    1. Hahaha... Oya lick your screen and swallow spit

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  16. Jollof is BAE. I love fried plantain

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  17. That plantain up there is the truth. See the way I am just salivating.

    Let me just face my bread and tea.

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  18. Thanks for the post and the picture. Had to quickly fry dodo and make peppered omelette instead of cereals and scones, slices of bread.

    Lunch is peppered chicken pepper soup and tuwo shinkafa(sparkling white), the rain over here still falling. Got to keep everyone's system piping hot. The yellow pepper and uziza seeds plenty ooo. Kikiki.

    Dem ejimas be taking their baby food jare. No pepper for them yet.

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  19. Really tempting meal...fried rice n chicken for lunch

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  20. Macaroni and cheese with meat ball sauce for hubby and my kids then plenty groundnut and garri with milk for me.

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