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Combine the above ingredients with flour until doughy (that is, can be mixed out). Cut into small squares and twist. Fry in oil.

In a large skillet, brown chicken pieces on both sides in hot oil (about 15 minutes); remove from skillet. Set aside, reserving drippings. Add the ...

Combine butter and sugar; add flour. Mix together 2 minutes and add vanilla. Mix until batter is smooth. Separate cake into three pans. Stir a drop ...

Bring chicken to ... taste. Serve over hot cooked rice with side dishes of tropical fruits as you would curry. "Ground nuts" is the Nigerian name for peanuts.

Season chicken, add chopped onions in pot. Boil for about 5 minutes. Put 1/2 cup of cooking oil in a skillet. Lower heat on the skillet when warm. ...

Heat 2 tablespoons oil in heavy saucepan. Brown the beef, adding oil as needed. Add gingerale, red and black pepper, and salt to taste. Add chopped ...

In a large ... tomato, chopped pineapple, chopped peanuts, chopped olives, Nigerian dried fish flakes. Sprinkle any or all of the above on top of the stew.

Put first 3 ingredients and 3 cups water in a sauce pan; bring to a boil and then simmer, covered, until almost tender, about 1 hour. Combine ...

In the mangroves of West Africa, oysters are abundant and are the basis for a number of recipes from this region. Shuck the oysters (or buy already ...

Soak peas in 3 cups of water for 1 hour. Wash off the black eye and membrane covering. Blend fine in blender with onions and tomatoes. Add salt, if ...

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