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How to Make Ogbono Soup With Okro

I shared a picture of my already made ogbono soup with okro on my WhatsApp stories and my friends starting hounding me for the recipe. I didn’t take any pictures until I was done making it because I didn’t plan to blog it. However, I will get pictures of the ingredients I used from my previous food posts.

Ogbono is quite easy to make. You can grind the ogbono in the market or at home, depends on what you want. You just have to make sure the ogbono seeds are fresh and the grinder is clean.

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How To Make Plantain Porridge 

Plantain is a versatile food. You can roast it, fry it in different ways, turn into flour, cook it as a porridge or just boil it. The more popular version of plantain porridge is the with the unripe one because it has more iron. However, I’m using the ripe ones, although it’s not so ripe. Plantains are an excellent source of potassium, fibre, magnesium and iron. It has vitamin A, C, B6.

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Pineapple Flavoured Scrambled Eggs and Yam with Zobo 

Yes… You read right. I made scrambled eggs with pineapple, and the taste was so heavenly. When I finished eating I just staring at my plate thinking why I didn’t do it sooner. The decision to add pineapple to the egg was spontaneous. I was thinking of a way to jazz up my food and bam!

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Bean Fritters and Millet Pap 

This beautiful morning, I am having bean fritters and millet pap/porridge. Which is as good as it tastes. Nigerian bean fritters are locally known as akara. It is made from beans and popularly eaten across many homes as breakfast. Millet pap is made from fermented millet grains and is widely used for weaning children.

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Maintaining Healthy Eating Habits In Nigeria

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So, it has been a year our president has been elected into office and six months since food prices started increasing, especially tomatoes. I miss tomatoes, guys. I love tomatoes, I used to eat tomatoes without caution. In fact, it was formerly part of my skincare but I haven’t eaten tomatoes since April talk less about applying of applying to my face. 😢

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