Fried Plantain

Plantains are member of the banana family. It is starchier than bananas. Fried plantain is eaten in many cultures and the Yoruba people especially love to eat it in so many ways. Learn this fun recipe and enjoy it as a side with rice or beans or as a main meal with stew or simply with fried eggs! TOOLS AND KITCHEN EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Frying pan Kid-Safe Knife Measuring cup Chopping board

Mother Sauce

The Mother Sauce, popularly knowns as “Ọbẹ̀ Ata” in Yoruba, is a sauce used as a base in making several Yorùbá Recipes. Know how to make this basic staple and you are halfway in making a whole lot of Yummy Yoruba Recipes! TOOLS AND KITCHEN EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Immersion Blender Non-slip cutting board A Kid Safe Knife Colander Wooden Spoon Stock Pot Bowl

Eba (Cassava Swallow)

Swallow is a traditional food in Nigeria that is eaten with soups or stews. It’s called swallow because you take a small protion of it, roll it into a ball, dip it into your soup/stew, and swallow it. Yum! TOOLS AND KITCHEN EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Wooden Spoon Cooking Pot Bowl

Fresh Okra Soup

Okra soup is a staple in some Yoruba households. It is a tasty, healthy, yet easy-to-make soup that is often served with stew and a swallow. TOOLS AND KITCHEN EQUIPMENT NEEDED: