African food with a modern flair.
looks tantalizing :D
This woman, well done. I may not have been commenting but I've been reading. So, yesterday, I did apapo of the recipes - indomie + blanched basil + chicken etc = happy meal. It came out well :)
with dodo too :-)
@e_victor: Yeiiiii thank u sir!!@os: waooooooo- you did it all, good one.
I've got my eye on something like this. I definitely want some/all of that chickenAdiyaMuse Origins (Creative Nigerian Features)Muse Origins
I do like it with mixed veg though I'm not really an indomie fan.
Now you are making me wanna eat noodles...
This is my favourite so far and I do make a version of this from time to time.My take on this is that I use:- A dollop of oyster sauce;- A dollop of sweet chilli sauce and - Chopped chicken thigh instead of breast (I find breast a tad dry)
this is just heaven sent. hurry up and open a resto.www.secretlilies.blogspot.com
Aww 9jafoodie, this looks yummy! I don't know but I actually started perceiving something in my nose sef :D.
@Nikkisho, Adiya, Naijaline and Dayor; Thanks much!!!@NIL: sounds yum with sweet chilli, I agree chicken breast can become easily dried out if it's not cooked at the right temperature.@TMK: SOON my love:) Thanks!@MSJB: lol...LWKMD.. you just made my Sunday. lmao. Thanks ma :)
9ja foodie I couldn't send u and email of my own! cos i cant find your email....and I made it all for you :( Can i be your last indomie recipe??
@Sisiyemmi: sorry, I sent you an email. my email is 9jafoodie at gmail.com. Yes you can be the last recipe, please send it in!!@enybees-hub: thanks much :)
I just made this, and even with rubbish American Ramen it still tasted AMAZING!!!
Yeiiii.. I am happy to hear that :)
mouth watering! will try it one of these days and hope to get it right.you doing a great job my dear.
@Priscy: that means a lot. Thank you :d
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