It’s that time of the year once again my people when i head down memory lane to the posts that made this blog an Ogbonge destination for food lovers this year. You searched and visited these posts several times this year which put them on the list of posts “Planted with good seeds” :D. This list was put together from the back-end based on page views, number of shares e.t.c. It was a blast putting this together and seeing what your favorites were!
Hopefully when shame commot from my body i go upload the list of posts “Planted with rotten seeds” too…lol!. So here Goes……….
Thinking of a tasty drink to ring into the new year? You really should try this this healthy and tasty Kunun aya drink made from Tiger Nuts. If you’re Nuts about drinking healthy and removing sugar from your diet, this is the drink you must try. You can find the Recipe Here
You really don’t have to wait for Valentines day to make a Red Velvet cake at home. You really don’t have to break the bank to make it too with this Recipe right Here
Looking for something new to try with Yams? why not try making yam balls. I’m sure you’d love it just the way other readers did too. You Can find the recipe Here
This yummy cocktail drink was invented by our very own “Sharpman” in the 90’s. These days, it’s sold in bars at a very ridiculous amount. In this post, i let you in on an easy and affordable way to make this without stress. Just a few ingredients including Alomo Bitters would do the trick. Find the recipe Here
This is not your average coconut rice people, this is Shrimp Coconut Rice. I made it this past Christmas and the whole crew (The Fam) went gaga. No wonder a very popular Naija/Chinese restaurant adopted it as part of their menu this year. Anyways, i enjoy your food so nothing do you…lol. For the recipe, click Here
Thinking of a soft, tasty and spreadable way to decorate your cake? Look no further because Buttercream is the way to go. Apart from the awesome taste, it requires little or no effort to make.
Bringing the “Mama Put” flavor home. No more “Iya shukura” or “Iya Basira” but Iya …….*Press ya name Here*
Breakfast has gotten better with Naija toast using our very own Agege bread. If you haven’t tried this, you’re on a long thing. To view the recipe, click Here
Hearing a review on this meal on the radio did it for me. So you luv it abi ? *Wink* *Wink*…:D. If you want to try it out Click Here
No more yam and palm oil people! If you’v got garden eggs around, try this out and you’d never regret it. According to research, raw garden egg is a very good source of dietary fiber, manganese, potassium, copper and thiamin (vitamin B1). It is also a good source of vitamin B6, folate, magnesium and niacin. What more do you need? Click Here for the recipe
If you’re tired of watching your hubby go to Isi ewu joints (restaurants) with his friends during the weekends, not to worry, Isi ewu can be brought home as long as the money gets into your pocket instead *Big Grin*. Click Here for the recipe.
Sweet, crispy, spicy, crunchy……Yep! Those are the best words used to describe this tasty delight. This is one snack that’d always come in handy when you need to nibble on something. Click Here for the recipe
Reap the benefits of several leafy vegetable in one bowl with Black soup all the way from the south-south i.e (Benin) Edo state. For the recipe, Click Here
We’ve just gotta give the award for the best Nigerian snacks to the Northerners. This is one of them and we all love it. Click Here for recipe
There’s really nothing bitter about this tasty soup as long as it’s prepared well. For the recipe, Click Here
16. Boli & Fish
Just looking at this made you hungry right? right? 😀 😀 😀 .The way this recipe take waka all the way to Germany sef, i no fit shout. This is one of the healthiest ways to enjoy plantain. For the recipe Click Here
Which do you sincerely prefer, Afang or edikaikong? For me, i love both but this year, i guess Afang did it for y’all. Click Here For Recipe
This healthy salad did it for most people this year. It buttressed the fact that eating healthy was on the minds of most people this year. Find the recipe Here
Yep! point and kill is definitely on the list. This is one of the popular local delicacies my naija people got out to eat. All you have to do is point at the you want and it would be brought out of the water and killed. Next, just relax for about 20-30 minutes for the cat fish pepper soup to be cleaned and prepared. Here’s how it’s made at home >>> Click Here
Why do i have a feeling that this would soon be the next big thing in the small chops section pretty soon. Maybe because this was one of the popular searches in 2015. Here’s How to Make Sweet Plantain Empanadas
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