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Saturday, October 14, 2017

Saturday Breakfast And Lunch Post


Today's breakfast inspiration is a classic British fry-up comprising of sausages, bacon, fried eggs, mushrooms, tomatoes and toast.




For a full English breakfast, add some baked beans, hash browns and black pudding. The great thing about having such a protein-rich breakfast is that it keeps you full for long, hence eliminating the urge to nibble before lunchtime.

However, if you are really calorie conscious, you can opt for a 'grill-up' instead; grill the sausages, bacon strips, mushrooms, tomatoes, fry the eggs with just a few drops of oil and replace the white toast with whole wheat toast.
Whichever way you choose to go, don't go overboard, moderation is key!


And for lunch, how about some ogbono and egusi soup to go with your choice of swallow?







If you haven't tried this egusi and ogbono combo, you're definitely missing out. It's made just like regular egusi soup but with some ground ogbono added to the mix. The outcome is mindblowingly good. Try it and thank me later.

Have a great weekend!
BV Chichy

56 comments:

  1. No strength to cook anything today.


    I can't eat egusi and Ogbono soup combo #I don't like what I hate..๐Ÿ˜

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    1. Just returned from a very long road walk (over two hours), relaxing with a glass of green coffee. Breakfast will be a cร n sardines and green and รงinnamon teร . Day four keto.

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    2. You can, just make sure to fry the ogbono if not you won't like the smell. I fry the ogbono before adding to the soup.

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    3. Mehn! That swallow is the way forward.

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    4. Mehn! That swallow is the way forward.

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    5. Please help me before I go crazy.
      I am a newly married woman with a baby, before we got married I knew my hubby to like women, never knew he was a chronic womanizer.
      Now I'm seeing his real self that anytime I go through his phone he has a new contact or a girl to hang out with for that day... I have quarrelled, fought, made trouble that now I'm being tagged a trouble woman that I never was o... Now there this old show lady he's been sleeping with, I got to know through his phone and I confronted her , this lady swore with everything that she isn't sleeping with my hubby, I told her I have evidence, she kept denying... Mind you I go through my husband phone without his knowledge so he doesn't know I have his password. So I don't want to show the lady and my hubby the message I read about them sleeping with each other instead I kept telling her someone gave me the info and they believed me. I have warned her to stop seeing my hubby or to even stop taking his calls but she won't listen... Now I am tired of making trouble, I want to concentrate on my daughter but the thought of the messages I saw and the fact that they still talk won't let me. This morning I checked the phone again and u saw that my hubby sent her some money yesterday and she told my hubby to delete all the messages so I won't see them if I get the opportunity of checking his phone. Now I'm confused, should I bring the issue up again cos now I see she doesn't want to let him be instead she's asking him for money.

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    6. @OSNAC....I don't like my Egusi having that draw draw mouth feel.

      Even when grinding my egusi in the market, I always make sure it's not the same blender used to grind Ogbono..lol

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    7. Madam snoop continue snooping until
      You have HBP and another woman will take care of your baby.
      Either you confront your hubby or pretend like nothing is happening and take care of your child. Ensure he provides all your need and stop having sex with him. When he ask why you tell him your mind. Stop showing your insecurities to people, leave the women allow and confront your husband if need be.

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    8. Me too, @beloved. I don't like mixing soup together.

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  2. Dunno why I've never liked a mixture of ogbono and egusi. It's either egusi or ogbono, never both

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    1. I don't eat egusi, hate that soup with passion

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    2. One man's meat is really another man's poison.

      Egusi is actually my best soup

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    3. And I was thinking it's only me

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  3. Im definately "missing out" and will "miss out" for a long time cos not ready for that combo.


    Chips/eggs/sausage to the rescue this morning but the thing is, i have to do my chores before eating but laziness Has taken over. My eye is turning and all. still in bed, Will be up within the hour

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  4. Akara and tea is what is on my mind.

    Let me ask my sister what soup she is planning to make.

    See you all

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  5. Egusi and Ogbono really?

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  6. Banga soup and starch this afternoon. Hip hip hip hooray

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  7. #Think hard, dig deep, do not take appearances for reality. Sometimes, things are never as they appear...

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  8. Ogbono and egusi is bae!
    But I can't leave anything for my oha soup!

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  9. Iya Oshoronga of Blogosphere AKA Mrs Always RIGHT14 October 2017 at 09:52

    Efo riro and eba for lunch for me today. Yum

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  10. I am taking only tea dis morning๐Ÿ’‹๐Ÿ’‹

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  11. Making grated white yam and overripe plantain wrapped in ugu leaf . enough dried fish, periwinkle and smoked white fish garnish with nchawu.just in form of ekpan nkukwo. Serve as brkfast n lunch cannot comman stress my self much today.

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    1. This is food, I know it will be yummy ๐Ÿ˜‹.

      Salivating

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  12. white rice and spicy goat meat stew with plantain for breakfast, bread and beans will be for lunch.

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  13. Indomie and sausage for me this morning

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  14. Kill me o. Just kuku kill me. Egusi and ogbono Eewww๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข. Lemme comman be going๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒ

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  15. Spaghetti with sauce and orisirisi sources of protein ๐Ÿ˜‰.

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  16. Boiled mackerel, sauteed sliced cabbage and tomato stew. Keto maintenance things

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  17. I have never seen nor eaten Egusi mixed with Ogbono. I have no plans to try it out as well.๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ฉ

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    1. I don't like the sight of it at all, although the one up there look attractive.

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  18. Just finished eating noodles with Suya my uncle bought yesterday
    Will be eating eba and water leave soup later



    *Larry was here*

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  19. Egusi and ogbono?? ? That might just make me puke, i'll pass pls

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    1. ๐Ÿ˜• weird combo... Won't even allow some pple get close to my kitchen

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  20. I hate that combo of ogbono and egusi. Nothing for bf yet.

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  21. Had tooth extraction yesterday buy only pap got me today

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  22. Don't have appetite to eat.. I hate egusi with passion.. Ogbono is bae. For lunch, I might end up drinking green tea. No appetite

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  23. I had just a cup of warm milk with a slice of apple crumbles. It was yummy ๐Ÿ˜‹.

    Preparing jolly for rice today with the turkey sauce I had in freezer.
    Lamb ribs barbecue will go with it later.

    Preparing egusi vegetable soup too with goat meat (not with odour though, that can only be found in Nigeria ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฌ) dried cat fish, meluza, tripe and cow leg.

    Am I the only one that add butter leaf ๐Ÿƒ to almost every soup? I just can't do without bitter leaves in my soup, whether it's egusi, ogbono, okro even ewedu and some other eastern soups.

    Work hard, eat good and healthy ๐Ÿฒ.

    Joyful wife sorry I saw your comment late.

    Anonymous, still waiting for your message.

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  24. Thanks Mrs R for acknowledging, still hope for a response from you, cause whenever I prepare chin chin my way, it usually gets too soft after one hour or two. Don't know know y

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  25. Egusi and ogbonno mixed together is the ish!...
    I cook it and my family enjoys it!...
    Some people prepare it with bitter leaf but I prefer cooking mine with ugu and small uziza leaf!...
    Eat with fufu if you wanna enjoy it!...
    Infact poster have given me an idea on what to eat this afternoon!...
    I have an egusi soup and ogbonno in the freezer...I will just mix both and heat it up!!...
    Na Enugu state people dey chop this soup wella!...

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  26. Enter your comment...this is my favourite post so far because it draws me closer to all you SDK BV's. I feel like visiting all of you, you are all funfilled people. I love you all, you are simply the best. -femi anthony's.

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  27. Thank you Femi Anthony.

    The food combo is what those construction workers eat especially Julius Berger in Ijora because when I was small I followed my uncle wife sell in her canteen in Ijora and that is what they love.

    Aunty give me mixture and we know

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  28. That lunch make sense baje

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  29. Mrs Roma, I sent my WhatsApp number to SDK hoping she'll forward to you since last week Saturday.
    please send a mail to her she'll forward you my number and gmail account. Many thanks.

    Bitter leaf in ewedu??? How do you prepare it: cook with the ewedu from scratch or add up after you've finished cooking.

    Love jollof rice especially when served with salad .

    I like the break fast recipe but I prefer my egusi and ogbono cooked separately and later served side by side in same plate.

    Anyone on tips to get the best of your bitter leaf (it can be very bitter in soups a times)

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  30. Very dry bitter is the best for me. It has a different taste from the other you pluck, wash and use. Parboil the bitter leaf or soak in hot water for a while. Then wash with cold water taste it if its still bitter keep washing till u get desired taste.

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