African food with a modern flair.
This na Abacha, you no get IBB.....lol.? This looks yummy...Mouth watering, you no go kill us with food
na wa o! na oppression be dis o! Now i want abacha
LWKMD@aunt D, IBB dey ooo..... even OBJ self. lol.hahhahh. thanks aunty mi@ Nice Anon : no b oppression oo... na love. lol. make some, it's quick n easy!
kai! you do am again! M.A.C!..so which one dey for GEJ nah?....heheheee.p.s..abacha is the same with africa salad?
I don't understand the recipe, what is the oil used for? What is akau?
I love the way you presented it. I've only eaten this once and i don't want to again honestly. But it looks like you cooked yours differently from the one i ate. :DAdiya
lol @ NG....lol... yes indeed, it's what pple call African salad ( I don't know what makes it a salad sha. lol)@Joxy : this is a cold dish, the palm oil is mixed in with everything else.@ Adiya : hahahha....:D, what didn't you like about it the first time you ate it?
@ JOXY....akau is a form of potash used in cooking. the local name is "kaun" or "akau"
i totally rem this dish!Chei where do i find the ingredients now o??
Ur local African store should have the ingredients! thanks for stopping by!
I've never had this before. Interesting.
A trial might convince u :)
Ohh isnt this also called African Salad...I miss eating this in PortHarcourt!
you are right Lohio.
I love ur blog!!!! Im a fooodie!!!lol
Yeaiiiii.... welcome to MAC Sisi Yemmie :). thanks much, stop by often.
oh woooow that abacha look nice mehn....dats my mums favourite food.... lovelycoco-caramel2011.blogspot.com
Thanks @ Coco. off to check out ur blog.
OMG,u don kill me finish.i'm salivating.
lol...Wasn't my intent Anon :)
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