How to make Okra soup without Palm oil

…. whetting your taste bud one meal at a time

How many of you love Okra soup the way I do? Okra is one of my favorite soups, I like mine very spicy. It can be consumed with or without staples, breakfast, lunch or dinner. You have the choice to add or take away any of the minor ingredients. Continue reading “How to make Okra soup without Palm oil”

How to make Ogbono Soup (Draw Soup)

….whetting your taste bud one meal at a time

Ogbono soup is one soup I grew up eating in my house almost every week. It’s Daddy’s favorite soup and Mummy developed a likeness for this soup and makes sure she has it available for him. One thing with this soup is that you will need to have certain native ingredients to get the desired taste. Continue reading “How to make Ogbono Soup (Draw Soup)”


…whetting your taste bud one meal at a time

So, last night I battled to get done with most of the things lined up on my checklist….One of those was making bitterleaf soup with cocoyam flour. Even though tired, food is vital. How can I probably enjoy this specialty without telling you about it and without sharing the recipe with you? Some of my American family wants to know about it and I know you too will like to learn about it. Continue reading “BITTERLEAF SOUP (OFE ONUGBU)”


…whetting your taste bud one meal at a time

Yesterday I enjoyed a bowl of Thai Curry with Mango. It is seamlessly spicy, got a rich and natural taste and it got me thinking that you might want the recipe. The aroma of this Thai-Inspired delicacy is irresistible. Where are my vegetarians? It’s vegan, gluten-free and prep in an authentic way. You will want to try it and feel different. You no longer need to visit a Thai restaurant to have a taste of it. Preparation is so easy, prepare it and have it in your refrigerator for days. The preparation and cooking time takes approximately 30minutes. Continue reading “THAI YELLOW CURRY WITH MANGO”



…whetting your taste bud one meal at a time

Achi powder is good soup thickening, it adds a unique flavor to your soups, its highly medicinal, it’s a good source of antioxidant, Uchakiri (Vitex doniana) on its own is medicinal and an excellent source of antioxidant. Achi can be found in an open market in Nigeria and some African stores in the United States, while Uchakiri can be mostly found in the Eastern part of Nigeria such as Enugu State and other eastern states in Nigeria. Continue reading “ACHI SOUP WITH UCHAKIRI LEAVES”