I know, I know ... yet another taco recipe! This one has an added twist - it combines spicy shrimp with a creamy cabbage slaw! The cabbage slaw helps to balance out the heat from the shrimp, so you can heap on more cabbage if you don't love the heat ...
This mango chili chicken recipe is a great way to combine summertime fruit with my favorite cooking method - grilling! The mango helps to cut the heat from the chili and peppers in the recipe, while leaving you with juicy, tender, char-grilled chicken! Let's Cook:
This is my mom's special fried rice recipe. She'd make this on birthdays, Christmas day, and any other special occasions. I have very fond memories of sitting around the table with my family, eating fried rice with plantains and grilled chicken. Let's Cook:
The ultimate comfort food, especially in the wintertime - pepper soup is a flavorful broth filled with tender chunks of meat or fish.
The perfect accompaniment to ofada rice, this spicy sauce is a highlight at most Nigerian events. For an authentic experience, serve over a banana leaf, close your eyes, and imagine yourself enjoying this delicious meal at a wedding in Lagos. Cook this today and thank us later!
Suya is classic Nigeria street-food and is one of my favorite things to eat. I'm teaching you the easiest way to get that same flavor from the comfort of your kitchen. Let's cook:
The ultimate comfort food! This recipe has 2 of my favorite things - spicy marinated beef and warm melty ooey-gooey cheese getting together in the best possible way! It's relatively easy to throw together and works perfectly for cold nights when you're hungry but don't want to make anything too fussy.
Avocado toast has cemented itself as one of everyone's favorite summertime eats, continuing on into when avocados are out of season. It's one of life's simplest pleasures, often elevated by very subtle changes in seasoning, like our recipe below:
Efo Riro (Nigerian Spinach Stew) is one of the simplest but tastiest soups native to Western Nigeria. Efo means ”Green (leafy) vegetable”, and riro means ”to stir”. Put together, efo riro means ”stirred leafy vegetable”. The name is slightly misleading, given that the vegetables are stirred into a rich pepper sauce loaded with beef, fish, and anything else you can think of adding. Let's Cook: