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    Moi moi or Moin-Moin is a Nigerian steamed bean pudding made from a mixture of washed and peeled black-eyed peas, onions and fresh ground red peppers. It is a protein-rich food that is a staple in Nigeria. In Ghana, it is commonly known as 'Alele' or "Olele'. 
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    SHARE THIS POST:A RECIPE FOR YAM PANCAKES WRITTEN BY GBEMISOLA AKINLOYE Welcome! You are on your path to discovering how to prepare a mouth-licking, palatable recipe… You can and will prepare a sensational Yam Pancakes conveniently. INGREDIENTS Yam Flour Grounded pepper Egg Oil for greasing DIRECTIONS Peel and grate the yam. Soak for about 20 ...
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    SHARE THIS POST:A RECIPE FOR NATIVE RICE WRITTEN BY GBEMISOLA AKINLOYE Welcome! You are on your path to discovering how to prepare a mouth-licking, palatable recipe… You can and will prepare a sensational Native Rice conveniently. INGREDIENTS Palm oil Rice Onions Tomatoes Blended pepper Locust beans Smoked fish Vegetable (pumpkin or spinach, optional tho) DIRECTIONS ...
  • Nigerian Peppered Gizzards
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    SHARE THIS POST: Nigerian Peppered Gizzards is the ”Nigerian-style stewed gizzards”. It is popularly known as a ”small chop” (finger food) and served as an appetizer at parties and other festive events.     It is also a big favorite in most homes; usually served on skewers and enjoyed as a dish by itself or ...
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    SHARE THIS POST:Fonio looks like the next cereal that will take the food scene by storm. A visit to Jos, Plateau state and you might fall in love with Fonio also called Acha locally. With its great nutritional qualities and short cooking time, Fonio (Acha) is a cereal that should be featured more regularly in ...
  • Stewed Beans (Èwà Rírò)
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    SHARE THIS POST:Nigerian Stewed Beans (Èwà Rírò) is a Nigerian Beans recipe made with Honey or Black Eyed Beans. Stewed Beans is quite similar to the popular Beans Pottage, the main difference being the addition of fresh pepper. Today, on Woven Recipe we are supplying you with the knowledge you need to be able to ...
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    SHARE THIS POST:Jollof rice is a dish popular with many West African countries, and you certainly can’t fault this dish when cooked right.  Traditional jollof rice is always a hit, but do you know there are so many other tasty variations? One example is coconut jollof rice. Coconut Jollof rice, is almost the same thing ...
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    SHARE THIS POST:Kunnu, a non-alcoholic beverage produced from tigernuts and spices (ginger, cloves, red and black pepper) the method of preparation of the drink is described below. Tigernut milk is also known as “Kunnu” in the Northern part of Nigeria, “Offio” by Yorubas and referred to as “horchata de chufa” in Spain. Unlike milk made ...
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    SHARE THIS POST:Egusi (also known by variations including agusi, agushi) is the name for the fat- and protein-rich seeds of certain cucurbitaceous plants (squash, melon, gourd), which after being dried and ground are used as a major ingredient in West African cuisine. Egusi soup does not just benefit your stomach, it is a healthy meal rich ...
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    SHARE THIS POST:Welcome to Woven Recipes, today we’re giving you an outstanding recipe by teaching you how to prepare beans and yam pottage. Beans known as Ewa to the Yorubas are unpopular staple foods because it is associated with bloating, flatulence and indigestion. Most people have one reason or the other why they do not ...