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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

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White Rice.....LOL:::

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    1. Almost all Nigerian delicacy.

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    2. How do you achieve a tasty stew? Mine slaps..

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    3. Anon, fry the tomato puree well until you see the puree separate from the oil

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    4. Pour your tomatoes into ur heated oil. Cover it to simmer. The color and aroma will tell you when it is cooked. If the tomatoes seems to thicken b4 you achieve ur desired result, add water and cover again to boil till it thickens again. Then continue with other ingredients.

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    5. Anon18:40, before bleeding your tomatoes, make sure you squeeze out any water content inside it. Add plenty tatase,garlic, ginger, onions to it. Make sure you allow the tomato paste to boil and every water content dries up. When frying your stew follow @Shooter instruction. You can also add nutmeg, curry powder, thyme etc to your stew.

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    6. To avoid slapping kill the acid with some sugar not too much oo thank me now

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    7. Nutmeg, curry powder and thyme should be for when your steam your meat/fish. it will be overkill in stew.

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    8. Thank you Perxian. I only use spices(curry and thyme) when steaming meat or fish for stew only. Some people even add curry to the meat for cooking soup.

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    9. @Perxian it's not an overkill

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    10. Thanks guys.

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    11. Perxian, over kill ke?? Lol!!

      Anon, boil tomato till it's COMPLETELY DRY, no single water in it, then follow Shooter girl's method.... I fry mine with numbers add ginger, garlic(sometimes) in the tomatoes with Tatashe,shombo also....

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    12. Thank you too @Miss Aboki, your method is cool.

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    13. Thanks ladies for the extra tips.
      Shooter hmmmmm slay queen and great cook, wicked combo 😘

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    14. I chop my whole tomatoes and boil for say 10 mins, sieve off the water totally.
      Blend the tomatoes, set aside.
      Blend pepper, tatashe and Onions,

      Start cooking my stew.
      Taste is heavenly

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    15. I think I boil water best of all.I just plug in the kettle.

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    16. Omo I don learn how to mk stew o! White rice, in fact I can eat anything I mk but my friends call me a horrible cook. I think I mk indomie well. I can’t mk yam portage πŸ˜”

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    17. Castleeeeee 😊😊😊

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    18. Jollof rice
      Stew
      Beans
      Okro

      Thank you Perxian. Thyme should be for boiling meat alone.

      How do you guys put ginger and garlic in tomatoes?

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    19. Mine is to boil egg πŸ₯š πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£

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    1. I just had to ask my mom let me not be a judge in my own matter. She said jollof rice or/and egusi soup. I totally agree.

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    1. Which one be dat, na indomie una baptize so? 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊
      Ajuju n' ese okwu?

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    2. Noodle o, pasta o, na twin them be. Chop that rolled processed starch finish and you are finished.
      The Chinese wey una dey learn am from dey carry basket of vegetable and fish cook am.
      Una go just mix all those powders come begin chop and later una go dey complain say
      Oga (wey suppose jolly on top na indomie man?) so when you give am indomie/pasta
      you wan make im be akpu/egusi man?

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    3. You must be an italian

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    4. And what if it's indomie? Pokenoser.

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    5. Macaroni, Spaghetti, flour rolls, doughs of different shapes. They are all pasta.. Brush up on your cuisines, ANG. 😊😊

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    6. @Perxian
      You say you dey brush for kitchen?
      Nekwanu ajuju
      All these legion wey you list there no be processed rolled starch them be?
      Make una jisie ike dey cook aziza dey chop unu anugo?
      Ndi Pharisees 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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    7. I started liking spaghetti of recent. Still learning how to make it real tasty.

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    1. I don't know how to cook it. Please list the steps

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    2. Blessed Princess. Ingredient; greenpeas, carrot, cellery, spring onion, leak, green pepper n green chillies. Then offcourse
      Chicken/beef and liver (optional but I dont joke with it).

      Prep: spice ur meat/chicken n liver with every spice ure good with. Me I use maggi (knor), curry, thyme, fresh ginger n garlic, nutmeg d seed (i grate), onion, bayleaf, fresh pepper n then I add d seed from my green pepper. Boil water and soak ur rice in it. Chop ur vegitables n set aside. Blend ur green chillies roughly n set aside. Wash ur rice with salt till starch is off. Chop onion, garlic n ginger. Add butter/oil in ur pot, add d chopped onion n ginger/garlic n stir. Then add a bayleaf or 2 depending on d size n quantity of rice. Then add ur washed rice n keep stirring on low heat. Add a li2 curry, add ur blended chillies n keep stirring till rice is golden (nor burn am o). Then pour in ur sieved stock. Cover n allow rice to cook. Add water if need be. Btw, fry n slice d liver too. In another pan add li2 oil or margarine, add chopped onions n ur veg, fry slightly n add it to d cooked rice. Then add d sliced liver. Na so Tess dey prep hers. Enjoy. If I miss anything ill drop itπŸ‘‡

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    3. @blessed
      First step: wash your rice with salt and water. Parboil it for 3-5mins and wash it off. Parboil your rice again with the stock(water) from your chicken/meat until the rice is half done. Add your green peas before parboiling for the second time.
      Step2: Make sure all the vegetables you will use is ready. ie slice your carrots, green beans,green pepper etc also get your sweet corn,liver and gizzard ready.
      Put a dry pot on fire,pour your vegetable oil or butter allow to hit,fry your sliced liver and gizzard first then add your onions,followed by your sliced vegetables including your sweet corn. Continue to fry untill you've achieve the desire result
      Step3: Add nutmeg, Curry, thyme,fried rice spice(Larsor) allow to shimmer together. If your parboiled rice is not much pour all into the fried vegetables and fry them together but if it is much divide your fried vegetables into three or four portion and fry one portion after another. That's all.

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    4. Almost all foods...ranging from local to continential dishes. I love cooking.
      Miyan kuka,miyan taushe,masa,ekpangkukwo,otor,ohasoup,draw soup, mushroom soup,fried rice,coconut rice,tasty plantain porridge with cow leg,Abacha,edikaikong,fisherman soup,white soup et alπŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹ tasty!

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    5. Why not save yourself so much stress and just buy from mixed veg. I prefer buying from Iceland, you can check Tesco, Asda, Aldi or Lidl.
      And ul see that fried rice is even easier to cook than Jollofrice.

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    6. another cross cultural chef. hope the et al are the ones I was expecting to see like yam pottage, pepper soup yam, white soup, jollof yam, fried yam, roasted yam, yam pasta.....

      Yoh culinary dexterity is outa this world though

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  5. Banga soup and porridge beans.

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    1. My mother in law's banga soup is out of this world. That woman can boil just water and it will be tasty. Her daughters are equally good but when it comes to banga, leave am. She pass them. One of them specializes in afang and I can say hers remain the best. My wife's own is stew and fruits/vegetable sauce.

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    2. I can cook Banga soup very well

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    3. @Blessed Princess
      This ya soup name sound like banging, e dey bang?
      Ajuju

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    4. Fried rice and banga soup

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  6. Amala and efo riro or Egusi soup




    *Larry was here*

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  7. Vegetable soup. Don't joke with it.

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    1. Onye isi ndi Pharisee
      sdk talk say make you yarn us the one wey you sabi cook not chop 😊😊😊😊😊

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    2. Exactly!!! That's the one I cook best.

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    3. Teejay you say what!!! Abeg come and marry me already. I can even give out my virginity because of vegetable soup.

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    4. @Princess
      Virgi what? 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊
      Chai, these (Pharisee) Naija girls no go kill persin with them hypocrisy.
      Na who ask you that one? 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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    5. Hahahahahahahahaha @ANG abeg leave me for blokos

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  8. Afere etidud

    πŸ™„πŸ˜œ

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    1. Have not heard the name before

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    2. If this is bitter-leaf. Then, I can Imagine the touch of Sugar.

      after emptying 2 cups of sugar in it. You be like "Go and bitter no more"

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    3. Lol Anon you are not alright πŸ˜€πŸ€£ Who adds sugar to soup tho?

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    4. Yes Tessy Afere etidud means bitter leaf soup. But you know na ..... bitter leaf soup get levels ooo

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  9. Fried rice,
    Kokonut rice
    Ofada rice and sauce
    Ekpang nkukwo
    Afang soup
    Atama soup
    Editan soup
    Abak soup
    Afia efere ebot
    Beans etc.

    So many of themπŸ€“πŸ€“πŸ€“πŸ€“πŸ€“


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    1. Kokonut rice? Why not kokolet rice?😁😁😁

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    2. Congratulation on that hahahahaha...

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    3. are these the ingredients for making your best food.

      oh I thought they were ingredients while glancing.

      Your culinary skills is made in south south. 2nd to non

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    4. Them no even fit spell wetin them sabi cook
      Ndi Pharisee na Herodians 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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    5. Omo, na to marry you o.. Hope you go sabi fuck too?

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    6. @Cutest path see if you can go into fast food business. Please don't allow this talent to waste.

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    7. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Coconut rice ooooo Anon and Princess.

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    8. Cutest pat, you must be an AkS woman😊😊

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    1. I don't like eating beans, I am not sure I can even cook it very well

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    2. Gives me heart burn. Dont know why.

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  11. Egg and Vegetable source
    Stew
    Okro
    Vegetable Soup
    Yam Pottage/ Unripe Plantain portage with vegetables.
    What else?

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    1. Egg and vegetable source?[sic.]
      You see persin dey talk about chop wey she dey cook, she no fit write am?
      No be Pharisee be this?
      Ngwanu yarn us where you dey source ya SAUCE from? 😊😊😊😊😊
      Na the one wey una wash put -chop and pay (bride price) without knowing? 😊😊😊😊😊

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    2. Mmmmhhhh
      I no go write more sic.
      E bi like say plantain dey for deep sea with this ya vegetables. 😊😊😊😊😊

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    3. I'm not a pharisee, I beg you

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    4. @Charity your head dey dere but I don't like unripe plantain

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    5. @Charity
      okay, sorry
      Yarn me wetin you be na?

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    6. @Charity
      You see as you no yarn me wetin you be
      Allow me to classify you for this blog inugo?

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  12. Egusi, Efo Riro, Okra, Pasta and Jollof! Forget the bwest thing, am the 'bestest'

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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  13. Ofe onugbu soup with pounded plantain. Yummy -Mmmmiaaaa! 😊

    Before the Pharisees go begin yarn wetin no fit confuse me...
    The only thing wey them sabi mix (not cook) na indomie + indomie powder wey dey for sachet, add water
    chop (not food ooo) don set. Whosai, them dey get the report card for the other room when oga (wey suppose be on top)
    begin dey fire blank! 😜😜 just dey last one minute like indomie
    Okay, e get No 2. Egusi + Diaper contents for them horsebands wey carry upper cut create gap teeth when them mouth dey run
    like typewriter (Na for here I read am o before the thunders begin come 😊)
    Una see I no call Naija girls o 😊😊😊😊😊

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    1. e nor go better for who turn you to okpo

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    2. E bi like say Aproko get (upper cut) gap teeth?
      Ajuju n' ebute ogba aghara? 😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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    3. Chai. SMH. 🚢🚢🚢

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    4. Must u always type nonsense?

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    5. @Tessbaby
      And must you always read "nonsense?"
      Pharisee pretender
      😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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  14. I'm a good cook, so I cook everything best.

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    1. Lmao So you cook Tea...very funNY, are you sure you know how to boil water at all.

      LEPπŸ˜›

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    2. emma,recieve sense oh

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    3. haha, Why won't I know how to boil water nah.
      I often see people over boiling water and I laugh cos they aint know boiling it for long makes it lose its nutrients and taste

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    4. πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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  16. My native soup...it's called Isasa.

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    1. I would love to have a taste of Isasa.

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    2. What of Isaaakom?
      Or ichut babut
      Or Ukogwo

      😜😜😜😜

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  17. I literally cook any Nigerian(Igbo)dish..

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    1. Am a man, but my beans and plantain will make you marry me. E sweet reach brain.

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    2. how I love beans, but just don't know how to cook it the right way.

      they say diabolic people cook beans that looks like sacrifice cos they got okija shrine embedded in their tummy

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    3. Anon 19:04, my brother's beans will make you and any woman that marries you, marry him🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

      He Sabi cook beans dieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!

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  19. I can cook anything cook able

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  20. egg.. sometimes i burn it sef

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  21. Fish stew. I'm a pro at frying eggs too

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  22. Noodles #JustJoking


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  23. Rice meals and soups

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    1. meaning mashed water yam and cocoyam pottage rolled with vegetable leaf or whatever leaf that suites you.
      this an efik/ibibio magic delicacy. and its one of the amazing and highly nutritious meal around

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  25. Ilafun
    Yam and egg sauce
    Yam porridge
    Rice and beans
    Beans
    Efo riro

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    1. @Side Chicken
      Mmmmhhh where you go since my (able) attacker?
      Ajuju
      Eheeeeeee, you sef don dey cook indomie tey tey.
      How other sisi them horseband dey come follow you like ijiji
      when na indomie you dey give them chop, abi you carry somethings wash put inside am
      i.e (Jazzy)fortified indomies?😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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    2. Hahahahahahahahaha @ANG you be case

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    3. Na you sabi
      If u self, chop my noodles by now, na so so side chick name you for dey call. All this your attack on top my head for don rest.
      I dey fine shall
      Na runs the keep me busy, I travel go some where wey aero plane the take 6 hours land go join for big sis buy day jolly.

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  27. Tea
    Golden morn
    Pepper rice
    Yam n egg sauce

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  28. White soup, banga soup, afang, edikaikong, miyan kuka, miyam karkashi, miyan lalo, fish stew,coconut rice, spags and ogbonge mtn rice.

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    1. cross cultural chef

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    2. Garo garo rice nko?? Or kilishi...πŸ˜‚

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  29. All our niger delta soups, one igbo white soup, I can't cook party jollof.

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    1. @Blackey

      You see as you dey dance around sdk's ajuju n' ese okwu?
      You no fit cook shikirikpom.
      Na only waist dance you sabi. name one soup
      you begin yarn about soup wey dey for River Niger?😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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    2. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 ANG U r a case I tell you!
      B.B don’t mind her

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    3. Hahahahahahaha please herodian leave me o

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  30. Atama soup, vegetable rice(native rice), porridge plantain and porridge yam, Afang, coconut rice, okro soup, white soup.

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    1. By native rice you mean concotion rice?

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    2. native rice is dope. once its got the touch of a pro

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    3. Blessed princess, yes concoction rice.

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  31. if your name rhymes with your food, then undoubtedly, You are the best at it

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  32. Almost every food I've tasted except jollof rice. I don't have patience for it.

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  33. Egusi.
    Stew.
    Party jollof.
    Fried rice.
    Ofe nsala.
    Afang.
    Editan.
    Atama.
    Beans(my favourite).
    Ogbono.
    Yam porridge.
    Yam and vegetable sauce.

    Infact, anything food. I love cooking.

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    1. That’s what you all say till you taste the food na vomit and diarrhoea get you

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    1. Please how do you cook your party jollof rice with that special party smell. I need to learn please

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    2. Firewood is one of the recipe @ anon 20:51.

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    3. The secret to the party smell is to let it burn burn burn the smoke gives it the smell and taste thank me now

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    4. Wash your rice(4cups) and soak in hot water for about 5min. While at that, dice your onions, blend your fresh tomatoes and pepper, 1 heap teaspoon of ; rosemary spice, thyme, curry, jollof rice spice, white pepper, 1 twin cube of know seasoning,salt to taste.
      You could use oil used in frying your protein(meat or fish)
      Pour your vegetable oil in the pot
      Pour in your diced onion (half of a medium size)
      Pour in your spices and allow to fry 2mins max
      Add the tomatoes and pepper puree and fry
      Taste for salt (the jollof rice spice is usually salted)
      Add salt but the salt shouldn't be to the desired level yet(seasoning cube in view and meat stock)
      Drain your well washed rice pour into the pot
      Add your meat stock
      Add two whole bay leaves
      The water should be x 2.5 the level of the rice in the pot
      Add the seasoning cube to desired taste, mix with a wooden spoon and close the pot.
      Feel the softness of the rice grains by pressing a grain with your fingers. If it's still hard, add a little more water and allow to cook on moderate heat.
      Add your butter 1 tablespoon just on top and cover
      When the water dries up, your party jollof rice is ready.
      Serve with fried diced dodo, protein of your chioce, coleslaw and water.

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    5. E heeeeeeeeee
      Cook ndi Pharisee don full everywhere
      Make una yarn which food una sabi cook
      una don turn to cook instructors;
      Add sugar, add coffee, wash rice put, wash beans fry,
      tie put...sprinkle indomie....😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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  35. yam and egg sauce... my best food.

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  36. Native soup that is thickened with cocoyam with lots of periwinkle,fresh prawn and fresh fish.

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  37. Mmmmhhhh, ndi Pharisees come market well well today
    All the girls wey dey sdk blog don turn cook ooooooo
    Tomorrow now, we go read for chronicle; "I will be cooking alone in the kitchen
    na only to dey chop he sabi do, am I his maid...his winch mother go come omugo
    copiri seat for pallor dey watch telemundo expecting me to cook and serve her, she couldn't even cook...imagine his
    sister living with us could not enter the kitchen only to eat what i cooked, sdk shall I chase her out..." No be wetin we don read before?
    Ajuju n' ese okwu?
    Ana m anu. Ndi Pharisees strategic marketers πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. Anon, I wish you could be a woman for just one day. I don’t know what women did to you in this life.

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    2. Happy toto
      So you follow dey brand me man eh?
      Odi mma
      Just happy dey go☺☺😁😁

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  38. Ofe nsala azu ndu. Pls someone should teach me how to make jollof rice.

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  39. Jollof rice, fried rice, beans, meat and fish soup....

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  40. Madame Koinkoin17 April 2019 at 22:10

    I cook everything and I bake as well, I am ready to learn more under the umbrella of cooking lol. I am a good cook without stress and it makes me happy when my husband takes food to work,funny thing is I don't eat muchπŸ˜‡πŸ€“

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  41. Almost everything except calabar soup..every other things na like abc jare

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  42. Ofe akwu or Banga soup with white rice
    Rice and beans with fish stew garnish with locust beans.....yummy
    Ogbono with pressing things .....etc I love cooking

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  43. Efo riro (Yoruba class) beef pie (world class) coconut rice (universal class) and wraps, me wey be say, my friend after she chop my wrap, carry some go her office, her boss chop lick fingers, ask for more. She come back tell me say, l go dey help her do the wrap for her boss to fasten her looming promotion.
    If l grill goat meat with cameroonian Pepper ehen ! Una go gree !
    I love kitchen experiments.

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