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Saturday, August 15, 2020

Saturday Breakfast Post...........

Breakfast is a very important part of everyone's daily routine but I aint eating any today!








That Asaro up there looks really yummy.

In my head ,i still desire the Nigerian kinda breakfast but i make do with what i see...

Has anyone tried Bang soup and sliced bread?Yummy!

What are you having for Breakfast....

43 comments:

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    1. Stella why do you always do this nau, how can somebody see this delicious looking asaro first thing in the morning when they just wake up. Now this asaro will be on my mind all weekend because I don't know how to cook asaro but I love it. Well done oh Stella.

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    2. Bread, tea and egg sauce.....
      This Atari went to Harvard.
      Banga soup and sliced bread Kwa?? Hian!!

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  2. No breakfast for me. Just tea. Stella, your combo na die o.

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  3. I feel like drinking garri and groundnut this morning with very cold water 😝

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  4. Only water till noon, let my mouth rest kwanu

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  5. I'm having Moi moi and oats with lots of milk.

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  6. I have sugarcane in the fridge. And I have bread. That's what I'm having for breakfast.

    I will eat out inthe afternoon, yet to replace my gas.

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  7. Beans and corn, or moimoi with custard. Depends on which one defrosts first.

    I may just eat bread, egg and tea sef.😍

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  8. I am pregnant and always hungry. I had rice and fish stew by 3am and just had spaghetti and sauce.

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    1. Congratulations sis. This is one of the good things about pregnancy. God bless you and yours.

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    2. Wow, congratulations dear. Just take It easy so you don't pile up too much calories.

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  9. I'm just coming back from work, I will eat hobnobs biscuits πŸͺπŸͺπŸͺ with some chocolate🍫🍫🍫, later I will eat boiled groundnut πŸ₯œπŸ₯œπŸ₯œπŸ₯œ

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  10. M making ukwa. Mhen the wait is annoying. I have used potash oo. I ll just add my pepper,oil and crayfish. I don't have patience for garnishment.

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    1. A pressure cooker will make a lot of difference. I add potash after the 1st boil of about 15mins cos I like my ukwa very soft.

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    2. Yummy ukwa. I was thinking of it this morning...

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  11. Sumptuous yam pottage with orisirisi up there(old yam is the best for this look.
    Rice and stew for breakfast

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  12. Stella, you and this your weird combo. I tried a weird dish too and it came out good. I cooked melon soup but instead of melon seed I used sesame seeds. It had the bitterleaf taste, I think the sesame seeds gave it that taste

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    1. That sesame seed is what they call small egusi in the east. Its cheap and only broke peeps buy it .Was surprised to learn it's a big thing. I will start buying it now.

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    2. Melon and sesame are 2 different things. You can’t say you used one to cook another. In my place sesame is called beneseed... way better soup than melon. Cook with less oil, dried bushmeat and dried unripe pawpaw.

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    3. Unknown, you dont need to add potash to your ukwa at all. With pressure cooker, it will come out as soft as you want. Besides, potash isnt that healthy. I add a bit of garlic and uziza leave to my ukwa with dried fish. It is heavenly.

      SHE

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  13. Don't know what to eat this morning really. πŸ₯±πŸ₯±

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  14. Stella stop messing up with my appetite with these your yikes combo,no breakfast till noon,on detox,would be making beans and corn for lunch,will add kpomo,crayfish and ugwu for an extra kick,so yummy,can't wait😜😜😜

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  15. Rice and stew.....

    Not had rice and stew in weeks which is very wrong 😭😭😭😭😭😭

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  16. Would be going to the market soon,I am thinking of buying fresh groundnuts to add to the beans and corn at the tail end of the cooking,πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”*thinking out loud* won't be bad I guess,I will try it

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  17. Eba and egusi to the rescue, these days I eat like food is going out of fashion.🀰🏽🀰🏽🀰🏽

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  18. I will be having beans and bread. Let me go and start cooking.

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  19. That asaro up there looks Inviting. Me want some

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  20. That porridge up there is calling my name....m

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  21. Will eat Ofada rice and sauce at work

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  22. Bread and eggs sauce with tea got us this morning.

    Yes Stella, I have eaten Banga soup and bread. It's delicious.

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  23. Me na rice I chop belle full this morning

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  24. Heading to the buka now for amala, abula and ogunfe combo, Shitta style.

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  25. Moi moi and ogi, had it in mind since Wednesday

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    1. This one na die. This is exactly the kind of combo hubby will loves.

      SHE

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  27. Asaro with vegetables known as ebe! If you know you know.Lol

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