Saturday, 18 May 2013

Nigerian Dinner (Supper) meal ideas by Dobbys Signature readers (Pictures)

Shredded chicken gravy by Don
Roasted Irish Potatoes with Gravy Sauce. By Cynthia emenife...SimplyYummy!!! 
Boiled Irish potato with veggie sauce
Abacha Ncha garnished with garden eggs, ugba, onion rings and pepper
Achicha
Red tomato stew with white rice and beans
  
Jollof pasta garnished with Kidney beans & cucumber

Pork chops with carrot & Onions

Potato chips, coleslaw with ketchup
Fried plantains, fried yams, fried eggs with baked beans
Irish potato porridge
Jollof noodles with cucumbers

Jollof pasta with pineapples

Noodles with fried eggs and cucumber
Okra soup with white garri
Got more Ideas??? Send your Dinner pictures to me at dobbyssignature@gmail.com or on twitter  @dobbyssignatureI'd keep updating this page so keep sending in your Dinner idea pictures.

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30 comments:

  1. Anonymous6:04 am

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  2. 9ce posts! Plz dobby hw do u use bay leaf in making beef stock n in cooking jellof rice? Do u grind it or........#urgent answer plzzzzzz#

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    1. You don't need to grind it. Just wash and drop it into the pot 'Whole'. When you r done cooking, all you have to do is scoop it out.

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  3. Anonymous6:03 pm

    Gosh u just got me salivating over these foods.I wish I could eat them from my screen

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  4. Hello, just discovered this blog when I googled how to make chicken burger yesterday. Great job dear. U doing a fantastic job. I got a book to write almost everytin down. Thank u, thank u thank u!!! Kip it up. Ur new fav fan. Lol

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    1. Thank you too tama :)...you are most welcome

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  5. This is whao! I have bookmarked ooo, will sure try these. Thanks my sugar pene....lol!

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    1. You are welcome my sugar pee nee nee :D

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  6. Chai! You have killed me with that abacha ncha up there....that's the only food I saw in this post. My best food!

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    1. Lol !!!....I just couldn't skip it too...thanks chinazor :)

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    2. As in ehhh,dat abacha z da bomb!!!!! Just discovered dis blog nd I've bookmarked almst evrytin.kip up d good work dear

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  7. I first thot those potatoes were pineapples. I was like what? Pineapple and sauce?

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    1. It sure looks misleading... :D

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  8. This is making me hungry...healthy choice.

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  9. Hmm...Dobby...I want to lose weight o! :D Yup! I like food! Well! Lemme dig out some of my food pics...and thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog.

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    1. Lol! I doubt if it'd be possible to lose weight with this blog :D. You are most welcome. Please dig 'em out so we could share it here ;)

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  10. Cynthia5:19 pm

    Yayyy! My food made it :D Dobby, u ve turned me to a serious foodie ;)

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    1. I'm sure glad I did...thanks cynthia :)

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  11. Anonymous6:19 pm

    Dobby, where are u from? The Achicha!!!!!
    Love it!

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  12. Anonymous9:03 am

    Hi dobby I love ur blog nd I looovvveeee food a lot. I would love to know how to make irish potato porridge. Thanks

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    1. Thanks anon :). Would put up a post on that soon.

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  13. Hello Dobby, please can you update the recipe for the irish potato porridge? I usuall buy something similar for lunch at a restaurant here in Lagos (very delicious)but it has this sweet taste ( I dunno if it's sugar syrup or some other ingredient) which makes it even more delicious! Pls help a sister! The dish (at the restaurant) is called potatorific. Hoping to get swift response from you. Thanks in advance.

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  14. Anonymous11:21 pm

    The potato porridge method I know, is u make it like u would yam porridge, wiv crafish,g.nut oil and spring onions. but in place of fish, use chicken, "not frozen" and in place of ugu leaf use, cabbage,(shredded) carrot. and green pepper.

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  15. Anonymous4:13 pm

    Wonderful delicacies...
    Luv all.
    Keep the good work going, God bless.

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  16. Anonymous4:04 pm

    Oh my God I love all this and I gonna make one of them tonite.

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    1. Do keep us posted :)

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