Monday, November 14, 2016

Food You Need To Eat In The Month Of November

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This month is going to be full of delicious things.

You may not like food in large quantities, but the fact is you love eating good food. And most times, when you think about it, your meal cycle is revolved around some certain meals. So we’ll bring you 7 things you should try out every month to spice up your meal table from our Nigerian and African chefs and food bloggers.
For the month of November, here are our picks! We’ve also attached the recipes so you don’t go through the hassle of looking for that.

1. Stuffed Savory Masa

From Northern Nigeria with love, enjoy Chef Lola’s stuffed savoury masa
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Image: Chef Lola’s Kitchen

2. Barbecue Bacon and Grilled Cheese

For breakfasts on weekends when you have the whole morning to yourself, here’s one of our favourite food blogger, Thelmz Kitchen’s recipe.
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Image: Thelmz Kitchen

3. Kuli Kuli Salad

Here for all the new things that Eya Ayambem’s food blog has to teach us. According to her recipe, It’s low cost, nutritious and tastes good.
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Image: Wives Town Hall Connection

4. Yoodles and Egusi

Who knew you could make this awesome meal from yam? Well, that’s why Dooney’s kitchen is here with this amazing recipe.
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Image: Dooneys Kitchen

5. Suya Spiced Sushi

If you don’t like sushi, maybe Tatashey’s version with suya will be the beginning of your love relationship with it. Here’s the recipe for suya spiced sushi.
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Image: Tatashey

6. Plantain Croquettes

If you’re a big fan of dodo, then you’ll never get tired of the many ways to eat it. Here’s plantain croquettes by the Biscuitbone.
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Image: Biscuit Bone Blog

7. Bolognese Sauce

If you love spaghetti as much as we do, then this bolognese sauce recipe from Ajike Special is super ideal for you.
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Image: Ajike Special

Go forth and treat your taste buds to these meals.

While you’re at it, check out our list of foods you should have for October and September respectively.

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