This is a famous vegetable soup made with special vegetables and one of the widely eaten dishes in Nigeria.
Afang soup is a traditional soup made with Afang or okazi, as the Efiks and Igbos of Eastern Nigeria call it. The recipe includes Afang/Okazi leafs, water-leafs which I replace with Spinach here in Europe. Dry fish, Meat, periwinkle or snail, crayfish, hot chilli pepper, salt, stock and palm oil. Continue reading →
Today’s dinner comprises of yam and fish. Another favourite of the people of Eastern Nigeria. This dish is called Yam Pottage. It requires few ingredients and is very easy to cook. Ready in about 35 – 40 minutes. Continue reading →
Yam is a staple food in Nigeria and can be eaten anytime of the day. I grew up to eat yam in different forms. Fried, cooked or boiled, roasted or even grilled. Yam serves both as breakfast and dinner in most homes in Nigeria and West Africa and can be eaten with different kinds of sauce. Continue reading →