Pancake mixture:
1 Cup All purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
3/4 cup Milk
1 Egg

1 Onion bulb chopped in rings
1 can of Corned beef
2 Fresh peppers
2 tomatoes

Preparation pancakes: Combine flour, sugar, baking powder, baking soda, and salt in a large mixing bowl. Whisk egg into milk. Pour the flour mixture into the wet ingredients and whisk until lumps are gone.
Heat a large non stick pan over medium heat, and coat with cooking oil or butter. Pour 1/4 cupfuls of batter onto the pan, and cook until bubbles appear on the surface. Flip with a spatula, and cook until browned on the other side.

Preparation for beef sauce: pour a little cooking oil of choice into pan, add onions, stir, add tomatoes and pepper, go easy on salt or knorr cubes(seasoning of your choice) as corned beef are already salted. Stir for a few minutes and set down.
Servings: Serve with pancakes.



I have been so out of touch lately and everyone has been clamouring for a new food post. so will be dropping more yummy meals for us to try.

Freshly rinsed Pumpkin leaf chopped
Smoked Atlantic mackerel fish popularly known as Titus fish in Nigeria (shredded beef or chicken optional)
Dried shrimps/ prawns
3 tomatoes chopped
3 red peppers chopped
Onion sliced in rings

Preparation: place sauce pan on fire, add cooking oil of choice(palm oil), add onion rings, add curry powder(if using vegetable oil), add tomatoes and red peppers and stir till water dries up, add smoked fish and shrimps, add seasoning(knorr cube), stir for a few minutes, add pumpkin leaf taste for salt, add a little and let simmer for 2 minutes and set sauce pan down.
Serving: serve with Rice or boiled yam.

Hope you get it right. would love to hear your feedback how it turned out.CIAO.



I love noodles so much that, if i were to be hungry and needed to make something quickly, noodles would be my first choice. The particular brand I enjoy making, is the Indomie chicken brand that comes in small packs. I always feel it taste better than the bigger pack. (Never mind, my personal preference). sorry peeps, don’t mind the picture quality. It was done with my phone.



Fig1: noodles with carrot,peas,onion,red pepper and shredded chicken

Fig2: noodles with tomatoe, onion,red peppers served with roasted chicken leftovers

Fig3: noodles with carrot,onion,red pepper served with fried egg

Fig4: noodles with tomatoe,onion,red pepper served with fried plantain and fried egg

Fig5: noodles with coleslaw leftovers,onion,red pepper and shredded beef

Fig6: noodles with tomatoe,onion,red pepper,shredded susage served with boiled egg


2 pack of indomie chicken noodles

1 fresh tomatoe

2 fresh  red pepper

1 small onion bulb

green peas


1 green bell pepper

shredded chicken, boiled or fried eggs, meat or fish


Put pot/pan on fire

Add 1 ½ cup of water into pot

Allow to boil

Add  2 packs of noodles in water don’t break(love it long so I can roll with a fork while eating, more enjoyable. lol)

Allow to boil for 3 mins, taste to make sure is not over cooked or too hard( best when it’s not too hard or too soft)

Drain out water

Put pot/pan back on fire

Add 2 tsp cooking oil on fire

Add onion, pepper, tomatoes, green pepper, carrots, shredded beef or chicken

Stir, until almost cooked, so u don’t overcook veggies.

Add ½ of sachet indomie spice n stir

Add noodles and add the remaining sachet spice into it.

Serve hot with boiled egg or fried egg for added protein(winks)(optional though since you have chicken in it).


Note : you don’t have to use all the ingredients at once.but you must always have your tomatoes and fresh pepper. you can alternate adding carrots, peas, green pepper etc according to availability. preparation procedure remains the same.

There are lots and lots of way to eat your noodles, but this will do for now. ciao



 courtesy goggle images


hmm! who here doesn’t love food? lol guess not as much as I do. I enjoy cooking as much as i love eating them. I have a friend and every time I visit her blog, i feel like eating up the site. I don’t eat everything I see, but I love to sample new foods and then try them out myself. sometimes when you follow food blogs, their recipes, sometimes consist of  ingredients that you sometimes find difficult to get, reason been that over here in Nigeria, we enjoy eating more of our traditional African food.

so finding the right supermarket to cater for your ingredient list might be difficult. I have heard people say we don’t have enough dishes to choose from, what else do we have? apart from yam, rice, beans, garri(cassava) or plantain. But I disagree. we have a lot of soups, veggies and variety of dishes to choose from. I always love to say “Food is Art”. Even if we have four types of dishes, there are many ways you can spice things up to make it different all the time.

I would be sharing with you very soon, some of our local foods prepared with ingredients that are easily accessible and affordable. I will also be introducing, the various ways you can eat your popular staple food rice and a host other food. I invite you to join me on this yummy journey.Ciao