Category Archives: FOOD OF THE DAY

Bundle of the day; Grain mini Bundle

🙂 Grain Bundle mini

  • Stallion rice 10kg
  • Honeywell Semolina 2kg
  • Clean Garri Ijebu 5kg
  • Oloyin Beans 2kg
  • Ayoola Poundo yam 0.9kg

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All at N12,499 + delivery fee click here to order now.

Grain mini bundle on konga.com/?k_id=Prohphessor; Rice, Garri, Yam powder, beans, etc.10 Sold

Is it right to cook rice with a frypan?

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“Frypans are lighter and they fry and cook faster.”

Is it right to cook rice with a frypan?

Yes Or No? (why)

Drop your comments below, thanks!

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Wetin be your Best Food?

What’s your favourite food?
My own favorite food na . . . . .
na. . . . . .
Na . . . . .
Na. . . . . .
BEANS

Yoruba dey call am EWA
Kalabari dey call am AKEDE
Abeg, wetin Chinesse dey call am o?
– Type your best food in the comment box below after filling the required details
– What’s the chinesse (Mandarin) translation of beans?

Food Product of the Day

Just for a change. . .

“Chicken no go grow for person head o.”

A Goat meat has an excellent taste when properly seasoned, it’s aroma is always irresistable. This meat can be roasted, steamed and fried, it can be used to prepare;

– pepper soup
– stew
– any type of Nigerian native soup [Egusi, Banga, Ogbono, Afang, Edikikan]
– suya (roasted meat)

Live Goat- Medium size- 13KGLive Goat-Medium size-13kg N22,000 free delivery

Main Class: Protein

Nutrient: For growth and development of the body

Click on the picture of the Goat to find more details on how to purchase it.

Food Product of the day

Do you like Ofada rice?

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Food of the Day

RICE

Rice is one of the most common food in my country Nigeria, it can be eaten at any time of the day; as break-fast, launch or dinner.

Class: Carbohydrate

Nutrient: Energy

Form: Grainy

Rice is commonly and best eaten with Stew, it can also be prepared in a mixed form [jollof rice].

Beans, Salad, fried or boiled Plantain, Vegetable soup, Moin moin and many other foods can also be eaten with rice.

Still on Eba

Everyone’s style of preparing it is different…

¤ some cover it to absorb the hot water

¤ others turn immediately

¤ some dilute the hot water, while some don’t

¤ some sift the shaft after pouring the garri, while others don’t
but at the end we all eat it and the Eba ends up it the stomach, goes through digestion process and so on…

But you won’t enjoy a badly made Eba;

¤ with too much lumps (Yoruba calls it koko while in Kalabari it’s “Ingboli”)

¤ made excessively soft

¤ Too hard

¤ Still having the raw taste of garri

¤ not well mixed.

My Verdict: Make your eba properly to enjoy it and don’t be in a haste because every food has an end product in the stomach, hence prepare it well.
Thanks for reading…

Food of the Day

My food of the day is EBA!

Class: Carhbohydrate
Nutrient: For Energy
Raw form: Garri and water (seperated)
More raw: Cassava
It is ate with any type of Soup: Okro, Egusi, Banga, Ogbono, Bitter leaf and other type of soups.

NB: Eba is best eaten in the Afternoon for health reasons.

Recipe for making Eba:

Garri
(yellow or white)
water (hot)

Packaged Ijebu Garri for sale (10 packs)

Utensils needed:
A wooden Spoon and a Bowl.

Now who go teach us how to make Eba?

The best entry would be posted on the blog with the winner’s name and picture, that’s not all; winner will also get my “small boy gift” of an airtime (preferred network).

NB II: if you’re not teaching us then vote the entries; the highest vote wins.
Oya! #EBA
me sef I won learnoo…
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Hey! This Ijebu garri na ogboge o.. Click here to order your own and taste it o, chaii!