Imagine a combo of your favorite Street food and an all time special-Fried Rice in one meal. This Suya Fried rice is an exciting twist to your regular fried rice and it’s a perfect way to incorporate a leftover of boiled rice in your meals. You can serve this dish on Sundays or special days. […]
Always thinking of meals to eat on Sunday or festive day other than rice? In this article I will show you some meals you can substitute for rice. How do Nigerians eat rice? Rice is a staple food in Nigeria. Nigerians eat rice in various forms; Jollof rice, Fried rice, Coconut rice or cooked white […]
Gizdodo is a delicious fusion of fried Gizzard and Dodo (alias for fried Plantain).
-Gizdodo is a perfect side to Rice, Couscous, Spaghetti or any other Pasta of your choice. Gizdodo can also serve as a full meal on its own.
If you are team #fitfam, and want to have Gizdodo in a healthier way, you can choose to boil or grill your Gizzards.
Pepper Soup has many benefits. It is a great relief for cold or fever. It’s low in carbs and can rev up a lost appetite.You don’t want a bland or boring Pepper Soup, so here is your Bigmama twist to achieving a simply delicious Pepper Soup.
If there is anything that can be regarded as a staple in the whole of Nigerian cuisine, it is soup. Across ethnic groups and tribes we find soups, though they vary according to vegetable, thickening agent, spices, meat as well as consistency. Soups are not eaten alone, they are paired with swallows such as Fufu, […]
If there was a hall of fame for Nigerian dishes, Jollof rice would take the trophy. No celebration/party is complete without it, funerals, weddings, birthdays, name it. This famous dish has its origin in the Wolof tribe of the modern day Senegal and Gambia but has since evolved into several versions according to different localities. […]