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OB Cuisine: See Chef Muse’s Scrumptious Breakfast Of Couscous And Chicken Breast

Cuisine addict and private chef, Chef Muse is sharing another great food inspiration and its none other than this healthy vegetable Couscous. Served with Chicken Breast, this scrumptious looking couscous dish includes ingredients such as Moringa Leaves (Zogale), Walnut oil, Walnuts and Yaji. Take another glance above and archive for preparation later. For more on Cuisine,…

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OB Cuisine: Recipe Of The Day ⁠— Smile Into Foods’s Burnt Onion Rice

Today’s OB Cuisine spotlight’s one of our favourite food bloggers, Smile Into Food as he shares his delicious recipe for Burnt Onion Rice. “GOod Day foodies!! now if you guessed this to be jollof rice, you failed woefully…. This is burnt onion rice, an original Arab delicacy……In my opinion, Arabs make the best rice and this didn’t disappoint.”…

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OB Cuisine: How To Prepare The Irresistible Nigerian Shrimp Fried Rice

Nigerian Shrimp Fried Rice puts a spicy, flavorful spin on the traditional fried rice with Shrimps as the major protein and it is appealing on its own or served with a variety of other African foods. According to Sisi Jemima, “this recipe involves a different method of preparing Nigerian fried rice altogether. You can use…

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OB Cuisine: Healthy Lunch Inspo Of Brown Rice With Minced Beef From Lyn Dishes

Forget about Nigerian or Ghanaian Jollof rice, Lyn Dishes is back with another healthy dish of Minced Beef Brown Rice. On this new episode, the pro chef shows off with her special take on her new favourite and indulges us. The ingredients vary and ideas for vegetable are limitless. It’s also a meal that’s easy to prepare. There…

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OB Cuisine: Wholesome Lunch Delight With Chineze’s Coconut Rice And Chicken

On OB Cuisine today, we feature a delicious coconut fried rice recipe by UK-based food blogger, Chineze. Coconut rice is really simple to make; just a mixture of coconut, rice and spices. can be used for different occasions; from parties and potlucks to entertaining at home and quick dinners. You can check out more food inspiration from the blogger here. For more…

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OB Cuisine: Chef Dee’s Sauté Potatoes And Kebab Is Perfect For Brunch Cravings

Sauté Potatoes aka Spuds are the ultimate quick fix for a great brunch with their speed and ease. If you’re making it at home, the goal is to sauté your spuds to perfection with the help of some key ingredients including oil, garlic and rosemary.  There are few sides as simple and perfect as pan-fried spuds – the…

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OB Cuisine: Omotolani Of Diay Of A Kitchen Lover’s Yam And Scrambled Vegetable Egg

Omotolani of Diary Of A Kitchen Lover is back with another creative way of preparing and serving dishes and this time, she’s serving with one of Nigeria’s sought after meals, yam and egg sauce. She says: “Yam ladder. I had fun plating this. Check my Instagram story for behind the scenes. This egg was prepared with…

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OB Cuisine: Do Breakfast The Nigerian Way With Pap (Ogi) And Fried Beak Cake (Akara)

African Corn Pudding aka Pap/Ogi and Fried Bean Cakes is as synonymous to Nigerians as the traditional English breakfast (fried eggs, sausages, bacon and toast) is synonymous to British people. The meal combo is dear to the hearts of Nigerians and at this point is already a citizen. It’s mostly breakfast dedicated for Saturdays in many households regardless…

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OB Cuisine: Try This Step-By-Step Recipe For Making Your Own Chocolate Conout Bread

Food and recipe developer, Meal Master is out with another brand new recipe and this time he’s teaching us how to make the Chocolate Conout Bread. “This post was mistakenly deleted and thank God it’s back! This is for everyone including my new family members. Here’s my moist, tasty and very easy to make CHOCOLATE COCONUT BREAD,” he…

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