Arewa Cuisine

As many as there are dialects in the North of Nigeria, there are even many more menus to choose from. Arewa Cuisine will identify and celebrate our local delicacies. This section will explore the intricacies and simplicity behind Northern cuisine, serving as a gateway to understanding our food better, learning their histories and nutritional benefits.

How to make Miyan Ridi (Beniseed)

Ridi brings back memories of my holidays in Mubi. The women in the market close to my grandma's will have them displayed in large...

Ravioli inspired Pakasau

For the Pankasau - 3 cups of wheat flour - 1/3 cup of sugar - 3 teaspoons of yeast - 2 cups of warm water - 1 teaspoon of...

How to make Miyan Taushe (Pumpkin soup)

Sometimes I wonder why we have to suffer and endure eating just a set of food over a long period of time when we...

How to make miyan Kuka

Miyan Kuka is a favorite in many arewa homes. It tastes even better on a Sunday morning when you are in the mood for...

How to Make Awara (Tofu)

Despite my busy schedule, I love cooking and creating new food recipes. The video below will first teach you how to make soya beans...

Top 10 Best Suya Spots in Kaduna

The guys at Santi Express provide us with a top 10 list of the best Suya Spots in Kaduna. Enjoy this delightful tale. A story of Northern...

Nigerian Moi-moi baked in a muffin pan

Moi-moi is a very popular known delicious   Nigerian dish , made out of black eyed  beans. This dish can be eaten as either breakfast...

Kunu Aya

My first impulse after a long walk under the sun is usually to open the fridge and pour myself a cold glass of soda...

Okoho Soup

Every locality has a food that is most peculiar to their people. When you attend an event hosted by a particular tribe, a certain...

How to make Miyan Karkashi

Are you looking for something different to cook this weekend? An arewa inspired classic, and very rich and nutritious? We have the answer.  Miyan...