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Skip the Prep, Savor the Memories: Make Breakfast in Minutes with Flourish Mixes

Remember those Saturday mornings as a kid? Cartoons blaring on TV, sunshine peeking through the curtains, and the most delicious aroma wafting from the kitchen. For many of us in Nigeria, that aroma meant one thing: breakfast was calling! Who can forget the fluffy moin moin, the steaming hot ogi, or the crispy akara dipped in pepper sauce? These meals were pure comfort, a taste of tradition passed down through generations. But let's be honest, the prep work? Not so fun. Washing mountains of beans, painstakingly milling them by hand – it was a labor of love, for sure, but also a time commitment not everyone has these days. We get it. You crave the taste of home, the memories...

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Spice Up Your Easter Feast: Try These African-Inspired Menu Ideas!

Easter is just around the corner! Guess you know what that means. Time for a delicious family feast! Yes, we know bunny cakes are a regular but you should try something new this season. Why not celebrate Easter the African way with vibrant spices, delicious rice, and sweet treats that will have your taste buds do a happy dance? Here are some menu ideas that will spice your Easter celebration, making it an unforgettable experience. Jollof Rice No Easter celebration is complete without the legendary jollof rice! The rich tomato base and aromatic blend of spices will have everyone digging in for seconds (and thirds!). You can pair jollof rice with salad, grilled chicken or fish. For that zesty touch,...

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I CRIED AND CRIED FOR THIS BUNS / DROP DONUTS You might be wondering why I cried for this recipe. I have a lot of products to my name, and I do work on recipes a lot. After I got my puff puff mix in the package, it was time for the buns. From childhood memories of eating fresh hot buns on the street of Lagos and the Ghana rock buns hawked on the streets of Lagos, it indeed stayed on my head, and I can still feel the taste and how crunchy it was. My memories of buns are nostalgic. I love buns more than puff puffs because I can enjoy them hot or cold. “Crunchy on the outside, soft...

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