By Flo Madubike
Distinctive recipes of ways Flo prepares greater than a hundred Nigerian recipes: Rice (9), Snacks (18), Nigerian Small Chops (6), Nigerian Soups (13), Nigerian Stews (10), Beans (8), Plantain (7), Yam (8), beverages (3), Salads (3), young ones recipes (9) and targeted Nigerian food discovered basically in Nigerian eating places (6). This ebook is ideal for you if you would like how to cook dinner Nigerian foodstuff from scratch. no matter if you're skilled in cooking Nigerian meals, it is possible for you to to choose up new recipes and many assistance.
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Also wash, scrape and cut the carrots into tiny pieces. Cut the onions into small pieces and remove the green peas from the pods. If you will use tinned green peas, simply drain the preservation water and rinse with some fresh water. Directions 1. Cook the beef with the onions, thyme and stock cubes. 2. While the meat is cooking, start cooking the spaghetti in a generous amount of water in a separate pot. 3. When the beef is done, add the tomato stew. Add the vegetables, salt and pepper to taste and cook for about 5 minutes.
Cut the onion into tiny pieces. e. Pound/grind the pepper. f. Pick and wash the vegetables. No need to slice them but you can do so if you wish. g. Separate the smoked Mackerel into big chunks. Cooking Directions 1. Put the pieces of stockfish and dry fish in a big enough pot, add the diced onions and the stock cubes. Add some water to cover the ingredients and cook till the stockfish is very soft. 2. Add the pepper, ground crayfish and palm oil. 3. Top up the water to the same level as the contents of the pot if necessary.
Once the water dries, the rice is ready to be fried. Transfer the rice to a cold pot or bowl to loosen up the grains and stop the cooking process. If left in the hot pot, the rice will continue to cook and eventually stick together. Not good. Frying the Rice 1. Divide the rice, carrots, green beans, liver and onions into the number of times you can comfortably fry them in your frying pan. 2. Pour a small amount of vegetable oil into a frying pan or pot. Once hot, add one portion of the onions and liver, fry for a few seconds and add one portion of the carrots and green beans.
All Nigerian Recipes Cookbook by Flo Madubike