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African Cuisine

Ofada Rice is an exotic African food even by Nigerian standards because it is native to the core part of southwest Nigeria. The unique local rice used in preparing Ofada Rice adds to its exotic taste because the rice has not be processed and it still retains much of its taste and nutrients. The taste is unique but people are… Continue reading →

Isi ewu is an African food from the eastern part of Nigeria. It literally means Head (Isi) of Goat (Ewu) in Igbo language. Hence, it is prepared with a whole goat head and it is one of the delicious delicacies from the eastern part of Nigeria. Isi Ewu is an African food that is quite easy to prepare. Try our… Continue reading →

Efo Riro (vegetable soup) is traditional African food that is at home in most Nigerian tribes. It has some variations in preparation along tribal lines but everyone both young and old enjoys it. As complex as Efo Riro looks when supporting a plate of Pounded Yam, it is quite easy to prepare, as you will find out below.


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Egusi (Melon) soup is a traditional African food that is native to practically all the Nigerian tribes. It is the choice soup for eating pounded yam among the Yoruba, the Igbo love it with Akpu, and it usually complements Tuwo Shinkafa in the northern part of the country. Preparing traditional Egusi soup is quite easy. Follow our simplified recipe for… Continue reading →

Yam Porridge is a delicious semi-solid African food that you can easily take as a breakfast, lunch or dinner meal. Porridge also makes a great exotic presence in a party menu because it is not common sight to find porridge on African food menus for parties. Yam Porridge is most appreciated by especially loved young people but aged ones also… Continue reading →

African food dish has a large number for die-hard fans and this is evident in the number of people searching African food recipes online. Some people love African food because of its exotic nature. Others love African cuisine because of its rich tastiness. Some are drawn to African foods because of the spicy hotness, and for others, African food brings… Continue reading →

African cuisines and food has been a subject of fascination and interest globally as Asians, Europeans, and Americans usually wonder what makes up the typical African food. An academic evaluation of African cuisine will show you that most African foods; even though starch-based are actually fortified with other classes of food to make a balanced diet. Below are some three… Continue reading →

African food history cannot be separated from the history of Africans wherever they currently are in the world. Africans have a long and rich history and this is evident in our diet. Long before the arrival of the Arabs and White Men, and even before slave trade and the scramble for Africa, Africans have been creating excellent food from the… Continue reading →