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Ground Crayfish 1 lb./16.oz Bag

Crayfish is an essential ingredient in making authentic Nigerian dishes. It is very flavorful and adds a distinct traditional taste to the meal. If you have watched any of my cooking show on periscope, you will understand what I mean. Whether you are making Egusi soup, Oha soup, Ogbono, Nigerian vegetable soup or perhaps beans porridge, you need crayfish. It is a must-have for most Nigerian dishes.

Ground Crayfish 8oz Bag

Crayfish is an essential ingredient in making authentic Nigerian dishes. It is very flavorful and adds a distinct traditional taste to the meal. If you have watched any of my cooking show on periscope, you will understand what I mean. Whether you are making Egusi soup, Oha soup, Ogbono, Nigerian vegetable soup or perhaps beans porridge, you need crayfish. It is a must-have for most Nigerian dishes.

Ground Egusi 1 lb (Melon Seeds) 100% Natural

Egusi soup is one of the best exports of Africa. Made with ground melon seeds (egusi); it can be enjoyed with garri, “fufu” cassava, pounded yam or even served with white rice. If you ever want to cook egusi soup, then you need egusi.

Whole Egusi (Melon seed)

If you prefer to grind your melon seeds for perhaps freshness, then you can. Buy Fresh whole seeds and grind them up whenever you are ready to prepare the delicious egos soup. Yum!

Ground Ogbono (Africa Bush Mango Seed) 8oz.

Growing up I loved ogbono soup, and I still enjoy it as an adult. I will like to refer to ogbono as a big sister of okra. Some people use both together, sometimes I do. Ogbono is one of the most popularly eaten soups in Nigeria. I prefer ground ogbono because I feel there a “special” grinding machine for its seeds. But you are free to purchase the whole seed if you so prefer.  

Ogbono (Africa Bush Mango Seed; WHOLE) 8oz.

Growing up I loved ogbono soup, and I still enjoy it as an adult. I will like to refer to ogbono as a big sister of okra. Some people use both together, sometimes I do. Ogbono is one of the most popularly eaten soups in Nigeria. I prefer ground ogbono because I feel there a “special” grinding machine for its seeds. But you are free to purchase the whole seed if you so prefer.

Red Palm Oil, 1-liter

In other to prepare most Nigerian soups and stew you need the authentic African Red Palm oil.

Red Palm Oil - 2 Litres (67 Fl Oz)

In other to prepare most Nigerian soups and stew you need the authentic African Red Palm oil. 

Garri (Ijebu Gari) 4lbs Bag

Garri or Gari is such an everyday food that everyone in Nigeria can identify with; a common food, made from cassava yet, eaten in different ways. Some people drink it with coconut as a “snack.” Most people prepare it with hot water and eat it with soup. Some people could also refer to Garri as “fufu.” Garri comes in yellow as well. If you want to drink garri with coconut as most Nigerians do sometimes when the weather is sweltering, drink the white garri. That is my personal preference though.

Yellow Gari 4lbs.

Garri or Gari is such an everyday food that everyone in Nigeria can identify with; a common food, made from cassava yet, eaten in different ways. Some people drink it with coconut as a “snack.” Most people prepare it with hot water and eat it with soup. Some people could also refer to Garri as “fufu.” Garri comes in yellow as well. If you want to drink garri with coconut as most Nigerians do sometimes when the weather is sweltering, drink the white garri. That is my personal preference though.

Beans flour – gluten free (2LB/32oz)

Moi-Moi and Akara are two Nigerian delicacies made with beans paste. And in other to get beans paste you would have washed your beans to remove that husk or chaff. If you love moi-moi or akara, but you despise the process of long-suffering wash, then this beans flour is for you. All you need to do is to add the desired amount of water/liquid to get the right consistency for your moi-moi and akara paste perfect paste.

African Tuber of Yam (1 Tuber)

African yam tuber is one of those foods that can be referred to as the OG. Made and eaten different ways by different people. Personally, I can make yam porridge, yam pepper soup, pounded yam, fried yam, roasted yam or even just cooking it plain and serve with stew on top. The question isn’t about what you can make with African yam tuber but rather where can you find it. And am happy to show you where to get it so you can enjoy it.

African Yam Flour (5Lbs)

This yam flour is made from African yam tuber and generally used for making amazing pounded instantly. My kids love eating this pounded yam with okra and Ogbono soups. 

African Suya Seasoning (Suya Pepper) 8oz.

Suya is a type of meat prepared uniquely. People do not joke with Suya meat in Nigeria. No matter where you live this spice allows you to enjoy that unique suya taste without leaving your house. Make Suya your way with this spice.

African Pepper-Soup Seasoning – 2 OZ.

Pepper soup is a Nigerian dish so loved and enjoyed across the continent of African. And this dish requires a special seasoning without which the meal isn’t complete and wouldn’t taste like one.

African BIRDS EYE CHILI Red pepper Powder Extremely Hot (8oz).

This pepper is very hot in other words use it with caution especially if you have little kids.

Maggi Seasoning Cubes 100 Piece

I love using this very seasoning cube to make my yummy Nigerian dishes. Maggi is a very common seasoning cube used by most Nigerians and beyond. Remember there are many varieties of “Maggi” this exact one is a winner when it comes to making Nigerian dishes.