By Flo Madubike
Specific recipes of the way 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), little ones recipes (9) and certain Nigerian food came upon merely in Nigerian eating places (6). This e-book is ideal for you if you would like easy methods to prepare dinner Nigerian nutrients 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 suggestions.
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Parboil the rice, rinse and put in a sieve to drain. c. Grind the crayfish (if not ground) with the iru using a dry mill. d. 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.
Rice & Beans is the only Nigerian meal I know where rice is mixed with another staple food in the same pot. Video: Rice & Beans Ingredients Rice to beans ratio: 2:1. 8 oz) · 600 mls tomato stew · Fish (preferably Mackerel). · Pepper and salt (to taste) · 2 onions · 1 big stock cube · Vegetable oil (for frying the fish) Before you cook Rice & Beans · Prepare the Tomato Stew. · Cook the fish with the onions (diced) and stock cubes. When done, separate from the fish stock and deep-fry in vegetable oil.
3. Add the flour and oat combo and mix till well incorporated. 4. Add the peas, sausage, banana and carrots. Stir gently. 5. Set the butter in the frying pan to heat. 6. Once hot, use a spoon to scoop the batter into the pan in small chunks. 7. Fry at low to medium heat for a slow cook till the underside is brown, flip to fry the top side as well. Serve with yoghurt or fruit juice. Notes & Tips 1. Do not use self-rising flour for children under 12 months because it contains a lot of sodium. 2. If your baby is old enough to feed him/herself, cut into small pieces and serve.