Porridge Yam Recipe/ How to cook porridge yam/ Yam Pottage

This yam porridge/pottage is divine. It’s actually a one pot easy going meal. I cooked this for dinner. I was craving porridge yam for a long time, so I decided to quench that craving and make myself some delicious heavenly porridge yam. It turns out exactly the way l wanted. My kids enjoyed it ….

Jollof Rice and crunchy chicken Recipe

Click to this link and watch full video recipe: https://youtu.be/-XkfVHpUa4c Jollof Rice is a very popular dish enjoyed by almost all the Africans. Each African country prepares it differently with a different twist . This dish is very easy to prepare and also very delicious. After testing all the jollof rice around African continent ,…

Cow Skin tomato Stew

Cow skin is a very controversial meat. Many people ask about its nutritional value, and why we should eat cow skin which is commonly known as Canda or Mpomo. We all know animal skin has been extracted from cows for decades to manifature leather clothes, shoes, belts, bags and much more. The paradox here is…

Ogbono Soup recipe / how to cook ogbono soup

Ogbono with the scientific name “Irvingia gabonensis ” are seeds from the African wild mango found in the African forest. We locally call this type of mango ” Bush mango”. The seeds are extracted from the wild mango and thoroughly dried and package or milled and package and exported to the western world . You…

Traditional Ghanian light Soup

A very popular soup in Ghana. When l visited Tina , l proposed why can’t we cook something Ghanian, she talked of the traditional Ghanian light Soup which I immediately fall in love with at first sight as she described the soup as one of her best. This soup left me wondering where I have…

Mbongo Tchobi Stew with coconut oil

If you have ever head of the alligator pepper found in West Africa, then you won’t doubt where the beautiful aroma of the Mbongo Tchobi stew stems from. The Mbongo powder is produced by the roasting and grinding of the alligator pepper to form a dark / grey black powder with the most beautiful tropical…

Cameroonian Healthy Vegetable Saute

  Growing up in Africa we used to eat Bio products with no chemicals added, no conserve. I think we lived a very healthy lifestyle because all our vegetables were from the farms and they were very fresh ans healthy. We ate all sorts of fresh and healthy vegetables from the tropics. ” Jama –…