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Spinach Egg Sauce

Admitted, you know that egg sauce we all do in a hurry, stirring in all the uncooked eggs in the sauce and the eggs come out looking grain like when cooked? That’s great! But, i also love my fried eggs in the simple, no drama version; crack eggs, add salt, fry! You know what else [...]

By | April 4th, 2017|foods, ingredients and spices|0 Comments

How you can make Money from Moringa Farming

Today we will be talking extensively on the plant called MORINGA and how you can also make money from it. First of all, I want you to know that there is money in Moringa seeds business only if you know how to do it… You can make good money from the sale of Moringa seedlings, [...]

By | March 17th, 2017|agric and agric entrepreneurship|5 Comments

How To Make Yam Flour

Yam flour is powdered starch widely used in food preparation. Typically white, the flour is commonly used in African dishes, such as amala. It may be used in many other recipes if desired as well. It is prepared by grinding dried yams until they reach a powdered consistency. Dehydrated flour from yams may also be [...]

By | March 14th, 2017|agric and agric entrepreneurship|0 Comments

Melon Seed Stew With Spring Onions (Egusi)

Why have i been pausing lately before calling a dish “soup”, “stew” or “sauce”? Why does it all seem so confusing? Lol! Jokes apart, if you question the angle i am coming from, just go to Google and check out the various definitions of soup, stew and sauce and if you are a Nigerian, you [...]

By | March 13th, 2017|foods, ingredients and spices|0 Comments

Get rich from sesame seed farming

Sesame seed, sesamum indicum is a flowering plant. This is seed has a wide variety of relative spread in Africa. Widely naturalized in tropical regions around the world and dating as old as man’s existence, it is the oldest known oil seed to man. Sesame seed was domesticated over 3000 years ago for consumption. It [...]

By | March 10th, 2017|agric and agric entrepreneurship|0 Comments

Crispy Akara Shrimp

Crispy Akara Shrimps a.k.a Shrimp in Bean Fritters…. Lets just take a moment to think about it….. Okay! Are we smart or what? I did this because i know you want it and also because, just like me, you’ve known that Akara that has been saving lives since “1867” can be so much more beyond [...]

By | March 9th, 2017|foods, ingredients and spices|0 Comments

Steamed Okro with Mushrooms and Mixed Peppers

Whatever happened to Olu (mushrooms)? Olu is the yoruba name for mushrooms. I mean, Olu was something our grannies and great grannies were overly excited about if they saw a couple sprouting in their compound, eager to pluck them and throw in their pot of soup to make it extra special, now we treat it [...]

By | March 9th, 2017|foods, ingredients and spices|0 Comments

Cashew nuts on high demand in FCT markets

The demand for cashew nuts by traders in some markets in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has drastically increased during market days in the recent time. A survey conducted by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Wednesday in the FCT, revealed that cashew was fast selling more than any other farm produce in the [...]

By | March 8th, 2017|Trends, news & info|0 Comments

How to produce corn syrup

Background Corn syrup is one of several natural sweeteners derived from corn starch. It is used in a wide variety of food products including cookies, crackers, catsups, cereals, flavored yogurts, ice cream, preserved meats, canned fruits and vegetables, soups, beers, and many others. It is also used to provide an acceptable taste to sealable envelopes, [...]

By | March 2nd, 2017|agric and agric entrepreneurship|0 Comments

23 Nigerian Foods The Whole World Should Know And Love

1. Jollof Rice What it is:  Jollof’s base ingredient is always rice, and “TPO” (tomato, pepper and onion) plus scotch bonnets. It’s customisable according to your preference: make it hotter than the sun, or as mild as a European’s palette. Add mixed vegetables if you want. Best enjoyed with piping hot dodo (see below) and a [...]

By | February 20th, 2017|foods, ingredients and spices|0 Comments

Preparing buttered prawns

A flavoured filled recipe of prawns baked to perfection which will awaken your taste buds. INGREDIENTS 280g Butter 2 Tablespoons Mustard Syrup Juice of half a lemon 2 Cloves garlic (chopped) Half a bunch fresh parsley, (chopped) 1Kg Medium raw prawns (peeled with tails attached) Seasoning cubes. PREPARATION METHOD Preheat oven to 230C. In a [...]

By | February 8th, 2017|foods, ingredients and spices|0 Comments

Ewedu Farming; A Very Profitable And Lucrative Business.

Ewedu farming can actually put real money in your hands. There are so many opportunities surrounding us more than we ever think exists. White collar jobs seems to be the norm in our society today to the extent that even house wives that know what it cost both to purchase and prepare their family meals, [...]

By | February 8th, 2017|agric and agric entrepreneurship|0 Comments

Plantain Mosa (Plantain Puffs)

Plantain Mosa is overripe plantains mashed and mixed with other ingredients then deep-fried in vegetable oil. This version of Plantain Mosa is similar to Nigerian Puff Puff. Now, don't fret at the mention of Puff Puff because this is not as challenging as Puff Puff. ;) Plantain Mosa Ingredients The following ingredients give 16 medium [...]

By | February 7th, 2017|foods, ingredients and spices|1 Comment

39 Business ideas in Agriculture for Young Entrepreneurs in 2017

What are the best agricultural business ideas for villages? What are the best agro-allied business opportunities for big towns and mega cities? What business can one start in the agriculture industry and succeed? This article will put these questions to rest. Do you know that Agricultural businesses are the most lucrative businesses in the world? [...]

By | February 7th, 2017|agric and agric entrepreneurship|0 Comments

5 Health Benefits Of Black Velvet Tamarind (Awin)

Popularly called Awin in Yoruba, Icheku in Igbo and Tsamiyar kurm in Hausa land the black velvet tamarind fruit has much more significant benefits than the pleasure derived in playfully removing it from its shell. This beautiful fruit can also be found in some West African countries such as Ghana where it is known as [...]

By | February 2nd, 2017|Trends, news & info|0 Comments

Groundnut Soup (Peanut Soup)

Groundnut Soup (Peanut Soup) is next best soup after Egusi Soup. It is prepared the same way as Egusi Soup so you can apply the two methods of preparing Egusi Soup to Groundnut Soup with great results. If you cannot find the ingredients to cook Egusi Soup where you live, Groundnut Soup is a great [...]

By | February 1st, 2017|foods, ingredients and spices|0 Comments

5 technologies that can transform smallholder farmers’ lives

One of the agreements reached at the World Economic Forum annual meetings held in Davos recently, was the need for governments across the world to take agriculture seriously to ensure sustainable supply of food for the growing mass of people in the world. Majority of the poor people in the world reside in rural areas, [...]

By | January 31st, 2017|Trends, news & info|0 Comments

How to Season and Grill Chicken

Chicken is used a lot when preparing Nigerian recipes, especially the Rice recipes and stew recipes. Chicken can also be eaten as a snack and washed down with a chilled drink. Ingredients You want to season your chicken so that it will be very tasty and you also want to prepare it such that it [...]

By | January 31st, 2017|foods, ingredients and spices|0 Comments

Top 10 Tips – Become a Better Cook

Everyone wants to become better in any skill they have. Cooking is no exception. Even if you think you are hopeless in the kitchen; like everything else, practice and increasing your knowledge makes perfect. Just relax and pretend that you are playing with the ingredients and you will realize that cooking is not such a [...]

By | January 30th, 2017|foods, ingredients and spices|0 Comments

VIDEO on how to breed your rabbit doe; sometimes easy, sometimes not

A female rabbit is called a doe. A male rabbit is called a buck. When referring to the parents of a rabbit, the mother is called the dam, and the father is called the sire. When you mate two rabbits together, this is called breeding. When you check to see if the doe [...]

By | January 29th, 2017|agric and agric entrepreneurship|0 Comments
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