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1. How to cook Nigerian Jollof Rice

Watch attentively and learn as this video teaches you how to cook the World's Famous Nigerian Jollof Rice.


  • Oil (½ cup).
  • Bayleaves (3).
  • Red Onions (2).
  • Red Bell Peppers (2).
  • Thyme (1 tablespoon).
  • Scotch Bonnet Peppers (2).
  • Tomato Puree (around 150g).
  • 4 Tomatoes (you can also use 1 can of chopped Tomatoes).
  • Salt, All-Purpose Seasoning, and Knorr Stock Cubes to taste.
  • Rice 4 mugs/kg (I used ‘Tolly Boy’ Easy Cook Long Grain Rice).

Note: In this Video, Ivonne Ajayi used Easy Cook Long Grain Rice, if you use other rice like Basmati Rice you’ll need to Reduce the Cooking Time as it does not take as Long to Cook

 Published by Ivonne Ajayi.

2. How to cook Nigerian Ogbono Soup.

In this video, You will learn how to cook a Popular Nigerian Soup called OGBONO Soup. The ingredients given below can be used to cook a very big pot of Ogbono Soup. However, you can reduce the ingredients based on the amount of soup you want to cook.


  • 1 ½ cups of Powdered Ogbono Seeds.
  • 2 kilos of beef, Cowskin and Cow tripe.
  • 4 pieces of Stockfish.
  • 1 cup stock Fish Chin chin.
  • ½ cup Palm Oil.
  • 1 red Onion.
  • 2 pieces of Ogiri Okpei.
  • ¼ cup of ground Crayfish.
  • Spinach/ugu (as much as you want).
  • Uziza leaves (as much as you want).
  • Habanero Pepper.
  • ½ Sweet Pepper.
  • Seasoning according to preference.
  • Salt.

 Published by Flo Chinyere.

3. How to cook Nigerian Chicken Stew.

This Tomato based Chicken stew is so delicious and surprisingly easy to make. You'll love it!


  • 500g free-range Chicken, cut into about 5-6 pieces.
  • 1 can (400g) chopped Tomato or 5 large fresh Tomatoes, chopped into small cubes.
  • 1 medium Red or brown Onion, chopped.
  • 1 Scotch Bonnet Pepper (optional).
  • 1 tablespoon fresh grated Ginger.
  • 1 tablespoon Thyme.
  • 2 tablespoons all-purpose Seasoning.
  • ¼ cup Oil (Rapeseed, Coconut or Vegetable oil).
  • ¼ cup of Water.
  • Salt to taste.

 Published by Eat and Chop.

4. How to cook Nigerian Egusi Soup with Goat Meat.

This recipe has been created with items available when making it. Egusi soup is Spinach and Melon seeds cooked in Palm oil, spices, stock and ones preferred protein. Enjoy this creative version of the Nigerian Egusi soup and Eba. This recipe is made from Goat Meat with pieces of the dried salted Fish from Ghana, known as Koobi. I've used shrimp powder instead of stock cube for this dish and it's equally delicious. My Goat Meat has been marinated in spices which created a good stock for the dish.

 Published by Ndudu by Fafa.

5. How to make Nigerian Egusi Soup (Melon and veg).

Melon mixed with vegetable popularly known as efo elegusi/ osiki. Ground melon slowly cooked in sauce and mixed together with combination of spinach/collard green/kale/bitterleaf e.t.c.

 Published by Mictos Catering.

6. How to make moi moi.

Enjoy this Delicious Moi-moi Recipe


  • 2 Onions.
  • Canola Oil.
  • Beans (4lbs).
  • 1 tbsp. of Pepper.
  • Bell-Pepper (4).
  • 1 tbsp. of Salt.
  • Diced boiled Eggs.
  • 3 tins of Sardines.
  • 4 tbsp. of Knorr Powder.

 Published by Ema's TV.

7. How to make Yam Porridge.

 Yam Porridge is also known as Yam pottage/asaro is a very delicious Nigerian Yam recipe though it's eaten by most tribes in Nigeria but it's something igbos love a lot.

 Asaro which is also known as Yam pottage or Yam porridge is a very delicious Yam recipe though it's eaten by most tribes in Nigeria but it's more common in the Yoruba speaking parts of Nigeria. Try this recipe and let me know what you think about it


  • ½ of a medium sized Yam.
  • 1 medium sized Onion.
  • Diced Starter Sauce (a blend of peppers, crayfish, head of smoked fish and Onions).
  • ½ Cup of fresh Palm Oil.
  • 2 Tablespoons of Crayfish.
  • Leafy Vegetables.

 Published by Diary of an Abuja Mom.

8. How to make Coconut Rice.

Watch Carefully and learn how to make Coconut Rice, the Nigerian way.

 Published by Akpan Utiofon.

9. How to Cook Nigerian Fried Rice Recipe.

Nigerian cuisine consists of dishes or food items from the hundreds of ethnic groups that comprise the West African nation of Nigeria. Like other West African cuisines, it uses spices and herbs in conjunction with palm oil or groundnut oil to create deeply flavoured sauces and soups often made very hot with chili peppers.

 Published by ★ How To Cook Great ★.

10. How to cook Okra Soup/Stew.

This delicious dish is to die for! Check out the video and let me know what you think.

 Published by Cee Fade.