Classic West African rice dish cooked by steaming rice in tomato gravy and finished with the addition of tuna. Carrots and green beans make an excellent side.
One pot meals

Jollof with tuna, carrots and green beans

Jollof with carrots and green beans: Classic West African rice dish cooked by steaming rice in tomato gravy and finished with the addition of tuna. Carrots and green beans make an excellent side. When life hands you rice and stew, make jollof, init it? If you have got some tuna in the pantry, stir it in and you good to…

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Baked, Grilled and Roasted

Easy chicken shawarma

Hey, any shawarma fans out there? Before we start, I need to make an apology “I am sorry to the restaurant I have been dashing cash to, I figured this shawarma out and I am coming there no more. But I love that fisherman’s fried rice of yours. Never mind, I will be there when my pockets are over flowing”.…

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These are truely baked yam balls with a cornflakes crust. You would not miss the oil.
Sides, Snack

Baked sausage yam balls

My middle sister Nancy is an avid yam balls fan. Among all the foods in the world, it is yam balls she would fight for. Nancy loves yam balls and obviously embraces the hot oil and all the mess associated with frying yam balls. She has done well and earned a masters in yam balls making. Now, she makes perfect…

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Jollof got a make over with coconut milk, try this, thank me later!
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Coconut jollof

Rich tasting jollof cooked with light coconut milk instead of water. It will be your new favourite jollof. Coconut does wonders! I had seen coconut jollof across the web but I had never thought of trying it till one faithful afternoon when I was clearing the freezer. There was a very old gravy probably three months old (it happens a…

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