African food with a modern flair.
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Haba! why are you doing this to me nah 9jafoodie??..is not fair ooo...not at all! now i am craving for this food seeing it looking so yummy....now i can surprise hubby with it because he had been talking about it..for the fact that i am just a passive cook, he would appreciate my effort..even though there would not be enough salt as usual...hahahahaha..tnx for the recipe. :)
Lovely. I've been curious about afang. Thanks for the recipe. You make it look like it's easy to cook. I'll cook it soon.Can we have one for edika-ikong too? (Did I spell that right?)
@Vic... I am not even in the zip-code of easy...lol...nah mehnn all credit to Ms.Edoho!@NG: HAHAHAHAHAH....I didn't mean to make u hungry*wink*. yeaiiiii...attempt it, it shouldn't b half bad if you get stuck, send me an email!! olobe lo loko :D@Naijalines : hahaha...let me know ao it turns out. Edike gini?? lol.... I don't know ao to make it, however, you have spooked my curiosity. going on the list of dishes to learn. I will update you once I perfect it.
auuuw, i need a flight ticket to Nigeria,am missing home made mealhttp://chizys-spyware.blogspot.com
...sowwy boo. you can create ur own 9ja experience in ur kitchen. all you need is good food n good music!
*clapping*You've done it again.lol @ NG's "even though there would not be enough salt as usual...hahahahaha"
Gbemi... U know I av to rep now. lol. Thanks my love. Don't mind NG.lol
nna popo mehn yo...lolgood job miss
Yeiiii..Thanks madame. lol
First time I ate Afang soup was during Youth Corp, my Akwa Ibom friend tantalized me with it n I almost finished her pot...hehehe.Now u've made me hungry for it again.....
lol@Omo..glad I could help. lol. thanks for stopping by.
Ahhhhh! So this is how it's done. It seems simple oh. Thanks babe :D It looks great as usual.Adiyahttp://thecornershopng.blogspot.com/
I Love Afang soup...I cant wait to try this recipe...:D
@Adiya....thanks hon@Lollipe... yeaiiiii... let's know ao it turns out!
Cant find this afang leaves here in yankee :-(
FOR real?? Have you tried your local African store? sowwy boo
I never chop afang before sha
Hen.... a whole nice Anon, what are you waiting for? chaii... I for vex ship am to you self. it's sooo sooo yum. u should try it.
just discovered ur blog and babes ur really holding the kitchen down o.....consider yourself followed cos my kitchen needs to tap from ur blessings :)
tHANKS Olori!!! *happy dance* such kind words. you are welcome to M.A.C :D
hey dear nice , but i'd like to comment and say that to get the real affang taste, you need to substitute the SPINACH with waterleaves. i love your blog just dat it leaves me so hungry and wishing :(
Note taken :)hahaha... I hope you are no longer hungry.
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