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Dodo Gizzard is a dish which is somewhat synonymous with parties! Dodo Gizzard is basically gizzard, dodo, and stew, however, let’s be fancy and call it Gizdodo! A mix of diced plantain and finely chopped gizzard stir fried with a selection of ingredients. A complimentary side for rice dishes or may be eaten on its own as a snack.
A well-rounded, spicy sauce perfect for your party! Africa’s finest Jollof Sauce is a tasty blend of fresh ingredients (red peppers, herbs, and spices), which may be used to create authentic tasting African dishes. It’s simple to use, whether you want to pour it in with rice, meat or vegetables!
This all-protein dish is healthy and delicious! Made from beans, it is made to be eaten as a main dish or served as a side. Spoil yourself by adding Ijebu garri (sour flavoured fried cassava flakes from the southwest of Nigeria), soaked in ice-cold water. The fresh taste will certainly linger in your mouth even after you’ve finished the meal!
Ingredients – black-eyed dried beans, groundnut oil, scotch bonnets, tomatoes, salt, fish, eggs, herbs, and spices.
Nigerian pepper soup is synonymous to what the rest of the world refer to as chicken soup – the one ‘soup’ people long for when it’s blistering cold outside, the same one others lap up at parties and celebrations of every sort! An assortment of goat meat, beef, tripe (shaki), smoked cow hide (pomo), kidney, liver, and lamb steamed in a delicious mix of scent leaf (efinrin), fresh basil, ginger, pepper soup, spices, onions and scotch bonnet.
This fresh stew sauce mix is the MUST for any party Naija style! This blend is ready to become a stew with whatever meats you fancy. It can also be used as the base for the start of savoury jollof rice as well as a versatile assortment for every kitchen!
Ingredients – Red peppers, scotch bonnets and organic red onions blended.
The Yorubas call this meal of yam pottage, Asaro, and sometimes, it may be served plain or with some sort of stew base. Enjoy the sweet taste and creaminess of the puna yam used in this recipe! Chunky pieces of yam cooked in a mix of tomatoes, oil, herbs and spices until fluffy and well coated in the rich tomato base sauce. Delicious on its own or when served with meat, fish or a side dish.