9jafoodie

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

How to make Ogi (Pap) from Cornflour or Cornmeal

This is a quick “Recipe” on making ogi/ akamu from cornmeal or Corn flour. The tip is very handy for those who live abroad. This is the easiest pap you will ever make as nature does all the work […]

Sweet Potato Fritters

I love love love sweet potatoes, baked, boiled, steamed, roosted it doesn’t matter. I added this recipes in my early days of food blogging (3 years is such a long time), I have revamped it a little since then […]

Spicy Coconut Fish Curry

Happy New Year foodie Family, I hope 2014 brings you all your desires. We are excited for this New Year, there is so much we want to achieve with the 9jafoodie brand and we know none of it will […]

Plantain and Avocado Appetizer

Plantain Appetizer
This is a quick appetizer, it’s a great time saver and unassumingly gourmet-esque. You can also use this plantain frying method for shaped plantains, after the plantain has been pressed down use a cookie cutter to cut out […]

Chicken Suya Stir-Fry

This is a quick weeknight recipe that doesn’t take much time to prepare. it’s  a straightforward and delicious recipe. Try it on it’s own, in a flour wrap or as a lettuce wrap.

Ingredients:

Boneless skinless chicken thighs -4 Pieces
Salt- to […]

A 9jafoodie Christmas

Hello Everyone!
We got an early Christmas present already, we won the popular vote category of Nigerian blog awards. for the third year running, we are the best Nigerian food blog. we really couldn’t be happier, thank you so much […]