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Saturday, March 10, 2018

Saturday Breakfast Post.....

What are we doing Today inside this post?





Whilst we eat,lets drop any amazing or self made Recipes that we have...


I plan on having a big big Lunch,so I am not having much for Breakfast because if i do then i cant do Lunch...I never eat Dinner except its Formal....
Shout out to all the Foodies in the house!

40 comments:

  1. I still had bread and milo for breakfast today. Im sure they used bread to swear for me..lol

    Bread and milo tomorrow morning as well.

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    1. One man's meat....... I'm not a bread fan

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    2. Someone just reminded me of the bread I have forgotten. I was on bread detoxification.

      I have Not eaten bread for 7days now. And the thing is calling my name this morning with your comment.

      Chaaaiii πŸ™†πŸ™†πŸ™†

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    3. @Swag you're missing out on the good side of life oh. I have even infected my kids with bread eating.I can eat a whole loaf. But dieting now is just dulling my shine☹☹

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    4. The way i love eating bread eeeh,God forbid i eat it in my dream

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    5. The way i love eating bread eeeh,God forbid i eat it in my dream

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    6. I eat bread only when I'm broke and there's nothing else to eat. Gosh! I hate bread.

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  2. What am I eating this morning? Oil rice with those big big crayfish and bonga fish.

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  3. Moi moi and pap for the win this morning





    #mummyisaac

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  4. Sharp beans and plantain.. i now eat anytin i want lol. My Apple Cider Vinegar is working😁😁

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  5. Apple and pineapple for now, will have boiled plantain and veggies much later..

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  6. 'Ekuru' and stew which has dry fish and pomo.
    Ekuru is derived from blended beans, a Yoruba food though I don't know where it originated from.
    Wash your beans and soak for some time then blend to a smooth paste.Do not add anything as you for moi moi, just wrap and cook plain.
    For the stew, scotch bonnet pepper(atarodo) and long pepper (tatashe) with onions blend but make sure its not smooth.
    Fry in red oil but don't bleach your red oil, pour your pepper with your condiment, add locust beans(iru,optional) add your dry fish and pomo.
    Your Ekuru is ready.

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    1. Thanks
      Will try it out.

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    2. Don't you add salt or oil for taste and texture? Please answer let me not cook rubbish.

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    3. Hey Tnx for the recipe ll try it out

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    4. You don't add anything to the paste @sweet mother, your stew will make up for it.
      Uwc @anon and ASA nwa.

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    5. @ sweet mother, I add oil and salt to mine for taste and texture. I can't eat stone in the name of ekuru. Oil makes it fluffy too.

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    6. Cassie,your comment got me Lmao.
      Hahahaha
      So many clowns on this blog I swear!

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  7. Yesterday morning I craved pounded yam. Na so I eat am with okro soup wey get orishirishi. I was so weak all through

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  8. I saw a video on facebook yesterday on how to make pounded yam using yam without pounding.

    Cut yout yam into little pieces and put in a blender. Add little water and blend till it's smooth. Pour paste in a bowl, cover and microwave then stir till it's together in pounded yam form. You can also put pour paste in a pot and stir on fire.

    I will try it.

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    1. Oh yea?! Interesting!!
      Not a poundo person sha..

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    2. with Micro wave I doubt if it will be well Cooked. Please put in a put and stir on low heat to allow it cook properly.

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    3. Best I know. Cut yam into baseball sizes and boil till tender. Pour in Otis Yam Pounder and grrrrr your Poundo is ready. Solid ready.

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    4. I don't think it will be as good as pounded one..

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  9. Cooking concontion rice with red oil,locust bean and smoked fish

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  11. Jollof indomie cooked with crayfish , ginger , onions , with boiled egg and fried plantains

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  12. there's this new herb that I'm seeing on Instagram, they say it's for flat tummy. ajumbaise. who has used it

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  13. Ice coke..the way am craving for cooled things this days is not funny.

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    1. Sharon it could be sign of pregnancy o. I pray it is.

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  14. It's an open kitchen roasting Saturday behind the BQ. 2 hefty cousins and a strong bro in law scrapping and serving.

    Keeping the details of allwhatnots before my bitter busu will come and drag down my thread to type "dream on" Kikiki. Bad belle toh bad!
    Can't laugh jor my teeth has turned yellow from the red oil munches.

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  15. Indomie with fried egg and a chilled malt. Rolling on my bed with my bottle of water.

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  16. Egusi soup x Goat meat stew x Indomie x Cocacola

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