Tuesday, 26 May 2015

5 easy ways to preserve food without refrigeration

It's no longer news that the fuel scarcity which has lingered for the past few weeks has really crippled the Nigerian economy. With reserved fuel hoarded by the black market traders going for as much as 500 Naira per liter and almost none in circulation at all, the hardship and discomfort seems to be getting even worse.

Thursday, 21 May 2015

How to make Curried Rice

Eating white rice could be quite monotonous and sometimes boring. To jazz up white rice, i sometimes add curry powder to improve the taste as well as give it a visual appeal. When prepared with stock and stir fried with vegetables then you've got fried rice. When paired with chicken stew, veggie chicken gravy or even beef and potato soup, it takes the flavor overboard. Here's a quick tutorial on how to make curried rice.

Monday, 18 May 2015

Beef and potato soup recipe

There's this restaurant i go to eat in once in a while located not too far from where i stay. They've got a lot of tasty meals on the menu but one meal that stands out for me is this beef and potato soup. At first, i probably got attracted by the colors but then it takes more than colors to keep me coming back for more. So, instead of enjoying this meal alone i decided to start making it at home for the fam . This recipe is very much inspired by their beef and potato soup creation...although I do not know their recipe and this isn't exactly a "copycat" version per se. This is just an easy way to make something similar at home for everyone to enjoy and i think it tastes even better ;).

Thursday, 14 May 2015

How to Make Domino's Pizza + Giveaway!!!

Brace yourselves friends! In this post, i'd be giving you a rare glimpse inside Domino's pizza kitchen...where the global pizza brand is made.

Monday, 11 May 2015

How to preserve tomato and pepper puree without refrigeration

With bumper recipes which require a mixture of tomato and pepper as a base such as jollof rice, jollof spaghettistews and sauces, pizza, figuring out how to preserve these perishable goods couldn't be far fetched. Also, with the current state of the already epileptic power supply in the country, learning to store these goods without placing it in the refrigerator or freezer would come in handy. Preserving it this way makes it easier to use when ready and can also store for several days and even weeks with or without refrigeration. 

Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Dominos Pizza Celebrates Ajao Restaurant

Domino's Pizza  Nigeria celebrates their restaurant located at 9a, Osolo Way, Aswani, Ajao estate, Lagos. There is Usually a misconception that Domino's pizza is an expensive Brand. To dispel this wrong Assumption, the brand is providing an opportunity to EVERY resident and worker in and around Ajao to have a taste of their quality products and services by having a Mega Sales Week from 4th to the 7th of May, 2015; where any medium Pizza would be purchased at half the Price! The sales pitch for this week is "a meal for two from =N= 800".

Domino's Pizza as a brand is committed to being the number one pizza restaurant in every neighborhood. the brand does not just pick one location, set up shop and make sale; they work hard at being part of the community.

We urge you to take advantage of this opportunity and have a fresh, hot and wholesome meal that can only be found at Domino's Pizza restaurant. In the month of may, Domino's Pizza would also be celebrating daily deals that would keep every guest happy and saving a lot of money, while eating quality meals. So for all the public holidays in the month of may, Domino's Pizza is definitely the place to be with your loved ones.   

Monday, 4 May 2015

Abak Atama Soup recipe

Happy new week people! Hope y'all had a splendid weekend like i did. Over the weekend, i cooked one of my favorite soups known as Abak atama. For those who don't know yet, Abak atama is a popular soup Native to the Efiks which is an ethnic group located primarily in south-eastern part of Nigeria i.e Cross River State. It's similar to Ofe Akwu of the easterners and Banga soup of the southerners with the only difference being the spices and herbs used in cooking. The name "Abak" simply means palm fruit extract and "Atama" is a vegetable also known as Beletete in delta state hence the name Abak Atama which is derived from a combination of the palm fruit and vegetable used in cooking it. It's mostly prepared with seafood which is quite popular in the region but you can use beef in the preparation also. Below is a quick tutorial on how to cook it. 
p.s: Do you have recipes you've tried out on the blog or recipes you want to share with us? Do send it in to dobbyssignature@gmail.com and we'd be glad to feature you. 

Friday, 1 May 2015

Blog Visitors Mail #2: Room 411

Happy New month Blog fam!
I just love the month of May because it tends to bring along with it good tidings. It's not just a new month, it's a new day and a new dawn. This simply means you can start a new page in your life with new hopes and exciting new quests to conquer. Always remember, anything is possible with a willing heart. Happy May Day!!! :). Fastest fingers below.

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Naija Toast - French toast recipe using agege bread

I have a theory, that once breakfast is good, the rest of the day goes on perfectly well. Our very own Naija toast is one good way to bring stale old bread back to life. This is a recipe adopted from the popular french toast using Agege bread. If you're confused on what to have for breakfast then look no further. This recipe works best if you've got old dry bread although you can use any type of bread you want. The theory applied to Naija toast is simple. Hard agege bread is dipped into a mixture of milk and eggs then pan fried with butter and served with a syrup by the side...Straight forward isn't it?