About 9jafoodie

Nigeria born, African food blogger with relentless love for African cuisines. The ultimate dream is to make African food as modern mainstream as possible, while maintaining the traditional originality that make it so diverse

MoiMoi with Unpeeled Beans

Truth be told, the first time I tried moimoi with unpeeled beans  I was still in primary school, my aunty had visited us and made some. I will say it was extremely obvious the beans wasn’t peeled as the texture […]

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Breakfast Yam Casserole

Here is a great idea for your next brunch, a fancy looking yam dish that is sure to please your guests. It’s a new twist on a beloved classic recipe, yam and eggs. This is somewhat similar to the to-go […]

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Chicken Curry Sauce

Hello 9jafoodie Nation, I hope the year has been kind to everyone. 2014 was great year for the 9jafoodie brand and we are forever thankful for your continuous support. 2015 is poised to be a greater year and we cannot […]

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Chicken Suya Veggie Bowl

Healthy Nigerian Recipe – Chicken Suya Veggie Bowl
Who doesn’t love some suya? Here is a way to enjoy suya as a complete meal instead of a snack. I have upped the vegetable content to make it a full fresh meal. […]

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Nigerian Stew

I have a confession, don’t take it personal (in the voice of D’bang)  – I seldom  cook stew. I could go 3-4 months without cooking a pot of Nigerian stew. My husband and I are really into small batch sauces, […]

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Roasted No Boil Base for Nigerian Stew

This is my simple no boil method for Nigerian Tomato stew. The Original recipe for the 9jafoodie style stew is here.
 The Sauce : Ingredients

4-6 Large Tomatoes
3 Red Bell Peppers (Tatashe)
3 Green Bell Peppers
1 Large Onion
1-4 Scotch Bonnet peppers (Ata-rodo)

The Sauce […]

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