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Saturday, October 12, 2019

Saturday Breakfast Post...

Yummy!!!....








This is an easy potato side-dish... Can be served alongside jollof or coconut rice
Photo credit:@tspices kitchen











26 comments:

  1. Such colorful cooking practical

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    1. colorful...same thing i wanted to say b4 seeing urs.. dis kind of food no fit pass my throat at all

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  2. looks sumptuous.
    Will have quaker oats and plantain or akara for breakfast.

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  3. Give me Abula (Amala with gbegiri & ewedu) 😋. Anytime .... Any day.
    I can eat it six times a day😋
    Butter o nse ounje obo.😉

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    1. Correct person@survivor.
      Abeg does anyone in ado ekiti know where to eat correct abula?don't recommend Amala pavillon please.

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  4. Nice!!Will try this for my boys,i hope they like it.But plenty work on top potatoes 😂

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  5. A variation of a potato salad. I make it all the time. I just never fry. Instead, I spray olive oil, sprinkle a bit of salt and garlic and roast in the oven. With the sausages. Then I dress with a peppery salad dressing.

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    1. Yes eat healthy. But remember to always eat your olive oil cold. No fry no roast.

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  6. 😍😍
    🏃🏃 to the kitchen ..

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  7. Colorful

    Carbs on top carbs...

    Naija my country...sausage, when did we start the sausage again?... Shoprite and co did us well oo.

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    1. Really, potatoes is a very nice meal. You can use shredded chicken or fish. Sausage is by choice. I have been cooking with it since ages.

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  8. I will try this cooking weekend that I don't have games. Is looking inviting and very tempting.

    Having sliced bread with a cup of Lipton

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  9. Another pap and akara day.
    Off to make akara

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  10. Thanks Tspices.
    Yummy side dish.
    I am in a potato mood too.

    I mashed potatoes, added a little butter, eggs, a little baking powder, dry white and red pepper, drops of vanilla extract to make a mold, baked as flat potato cookies.
    It's yummy too. Kikiki.
    Plus some peppered pancakes.
    Being taken with hot Choco drinks.

    At exactly 8:30am, everyone took pieced chicken and fish pepper soup with plenty spices and utazi.
    Weather not good!

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  11. Yeah, I do prepare it as side meal on weekends.
    Yummy yummy 😍

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  12. Colorful tasty dish! 😀😀😀

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  13. Thank you for sharing!! Saved to prep later,I'm having custard and moimoi this morning. this endless rain na real wa

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  14. Had my own version of edikaikong soup with white rice... 😋 😋

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  15. Just tea for me!

    When you cook potatoes, don't peel off the skin. Just give it a good wash with a vegetable brush. The shin is very nutritious .

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    1. Nigerian we are too neat for that. Hahaha.

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    2. It's not advisable because the day you forget to scrape as little as the green sprout on the head, you will land in the hospital because its toxic.

      Stay safe with peeling off the entire skin.

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