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Straight From Mom's Kitchen: Brilliant Hacks That'll Change Your Cooking Game

If there's one thing moms are pros at, it's finding shortcuts and smart kitchen hacks to get delicious homemade meals on the table faster. Their mad multitasking skills and wisdom from years of meal-prepping, lunch packing, and putting out dinner fires (sometimes literally) make them the ultimate kitchen lifehackers. Here are some kitchen tips and tricks that stellar mom chefs and food bloggers swear by.  Dedicate a couple of hours on the weekend to chopping vegetables, prepping ingredients, and even pre-cooking some staples like shredded chicken. Portion them into containers for easy grab-and-go meals throughout the week. Frozen vegetables are a lifesaver! Steam them in minutes for a healthy side dish or toss them into stir-fries and soups. You can add...

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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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This is the best thing that ever happened to me in the history of Akara. Akara is known as beans cake , I also call it beans fritters. just because  of its shape and its deep fried. So today we are not looking at our regular generic akara. So the process is peeled beans is blended  with little water ,add all your seasonings with chopped onions and deep fry. So for our pan fried Akara, you can add as much water as you want because you are frying it like pancake or crepes . The only difference is ''It's made from peeled beans". This is much more healthy than flour. Enjoy with syrup or pepper sauce. I had mine with...

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