User Posts: Winnie
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The Importance of Staying Hydrated
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In order for your skin to look its best and most youthful, it is vital to remain well hydrated at all times. This means drinking lots of pure, cold or room ...

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Okra Soup Recipe
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INGREDIENTS 2 cups chopped okra 1/2 cup palm oil 10 pcs goat meat 5 pcs kpomo (Cow skin) 3 pcs smoked fish 3 pcs stock fish 1/4 teaspoon ...

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Golden Skillet Potatoes
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Prep Time: 20mins.  Cook time: 15 mins.   Yield: 6 servings.  Level: Very Easy. Golden Skillet Potatoes INGREDIENTS 10 medium irish potatoes, ...

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Crispy Fried Chicken Recipe
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Prep Time: 1 hour to 24 hours (depending on how long you are marinading the chicken).  Cook time: 8-10 mins.   Yield: 20 pieces of chicken.  Level: Easy. ...

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Yam Goulash Recipe
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INGREDIENTS 1/2 tuber of a medium size yam 5 large fresh tomatoes 2 fresh peppers 3 medium red bell pepper 1 medium green bell pepper 3 ...

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Nigerian Jollof Rice Recipe
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I am yet to find someone that doesn't like Jollof Rice. I mean, what is there not to love? The name alone, 'JOLLOF' is one of the things that makes this dish ...

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Plantain and Egg Frittata- Oven Method
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Talk about an easy breakfast recipe and the first thing that comes to mind is my Baked Plantain and Egg Frittata recipe. There are many reasons why I love it ...

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Plantain and Egg Frittata- Gas Cooker Method
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I guess most of you are already acquainted with my baked plantain and egg frittata. I got lots of amazing feedback when I posted the recipe few days ago. I was ...

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Yam Picatta Recipe
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Are you looking for a great breakfast idea? Then you should totally try out this recipe. You will love every bite. The addition of vegetables makes it a very ...

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Banga Soup Recipe
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Prep Time: 20mins. Cook time: 45mins. Yield: 8 servings. Level: Easy. INGREDIENTS 6 cups palm kernel extract 5 Pieces goat meat 5 ...

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African Salad a.k.a Abacha and Ugba
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African salad is a local delicacy that originated from the eastern part of Nigeria. It is one dish you can make with a very low budget but always turns out ...

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Important Points to Note When Trying Out a Recipe for the First Time
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Trying out a new recipe may not be as easy as it sounds. I’d advise that before you start the cooking process, take out time to read the recipe from top to ...

Browsing All Comments By: Winnie
  1. Hmmmmmn….

  2. You are very welcome Eva.

  3. Hello Bridget, Thank you for reaching out. Do you live in Nigeria?

  4. Thank you so much Agnes for your feed back.I appreciate.

  5. Thank you Stella for your feed back. Grilling the peppers helps enhance the smoky flavor of the ofada stew which is what makes it taste different from the usual tomato stew.

  6. Thank you so much dear.

  7. Nice! I am sure he will love it. You are welcome.

  8. Hello Truslyne. Thank you for your comment. I have a recipe for carrot cake on the site. Please click on this link http://zeeliciousfoods.com/home-made-carrot-cake-recipe/ or click on the search icon and type carrot cake recipe. Have a great day.

  9. Hello dear, you don’t necessarily need to boil your meat before grilling. But if you are dealing with a very tough meat, you can boil it lightly to soften it a bit before grilling. Thanks.

  10. Hello Ngy,

    I used olive oil to sauté the onions and garlic…also used it because it is healthy and also has a great flavor. You can use any oil that you have readily available to you. Thank you.

  11. You are welcome Seun. Let me know how more i can be of help. Thank you.

  12. You are welcome dear. I got mine from Shoprite 2 weeks ago. You can also get from Spar or any super market around you. By the way, watch out for the Christmas episode of my show on Loveworld Plus. I am sure you will love it. Thank you.

  13. Hello Ify, I really don’t know if they sell Ofada rice in the US because i am in Nigeria. But you can substitute Ofada rice with any type of brown rice. Thanks.

  14. Hi, you place your marinade in the fridge, not freezer.

  15. Hello Phrances,

    Thank you for your comment. I didn’t use any machine to cut the vegetables. All i used was a sharp knife and a chopping board.

  16. Thank you so much Maryam…You should try out this recipe then…you will fall in love with Ofada rice even more. I promise you.

  17. So glad you learnt something new. Thank you.

  18. Hello Ayokunle,

    Thanks for your comment.

    I believe you can create a Zeelicious meal on a low budget. Send me a mail at zeeliciousfoods@gmail.com telling me what you’d like to prepare and how much you have budgeted for it, and i will come up with a list of ingredients you can use to prepare the meal that perfectly suits your budget.

    Have a fabulous day!

  19. Thank you Tope.

  20. You will love every bite! let me know how it turns out.

    Thank you.

  21. Thank you KenOne.

  22. Hi TC,

    Thanks again for your comment.

    I am not really a big fan of Amala but everyone is of the opinion that it is one of Nigeria’s best dishes…and so for this, i think it is worth trying. I will summon up courage sometimes in the nearest future and have a taste of this local delicacy and i think you should do the same.

  23. Hello TC,

    Thanks for your comment. It is okay to politely decline the offer to eat whatever is being served but you must explain to the host the reason for your decision, in the nicest possible manner so he/she understands clearly. But in cases where you do not like what is being served, look for a good excuse to avoid eating the food but never tell the host outrightly that you are not a fan of the meal being served…most people take it the wrong way.

  24. You will love the experience Deo…

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